Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we do. Most people subscribe to our monthly auto-debit membership, but we do also offer a class punch pass, and month to month, and year-long memberships.
Yes. Classes are what we like to call Group Workouts and are different than personal training. Group workouts are not specified to each and every member that attends and is more of a general workout with a tiered system based on fitness levels and capabilities.
No. When you buy a class, you are only entitled to use that class to book at a particular time. You cannot redeem your class for cash or merchandise.
Perfect! We don’t expect you to excel at EVERYTHING we do. That’s why you come to train, right? Regardless if you are a beginner or an advanced athlete, you go at the pace YOU are ready for and challenged with, not anyone else.
Although we don’t offer a strictly “beginner” class, we advise anyone coming into the Training Center for the first time to try a 6:00 am or 4:30 pm class.
Think of Tony Cress Training Center as group workouts, implemented like personal training. We think of movement first, and improve upon that, so you can do more, where most places look for the general “calorie burn” workout.
It’s different for everyone, but we aren’t concerned with the number of calories that are burned DURING our classes. We are focused on improving movement within the workouts, which will then ALLOW you to burn more calories through better and increased movement.
We have had multiple babies born strong as a result of their mothers training at TCTC throughout the bulk of their pregnancy. Although every mother is different, you should probably consult with your doctor about your exercise program.
Cross Training shoes or “minimal” shoes with a low heel drop are recommended. “Running shoes” are not ideal because of the multi-directional movements done in class. New Balance, Merrell, and Reebok make some examples of ideal training shoes.
No. Unfortunately, we don’t have childcare, but if your children are somewhat responsible, there is an area they can stay in with their Ipads or toys, etc. where you can still keep an eye on them.
We do not have lockers, so you’ll have to keep your valuables stored somewhere else. We do provide cubbies where you can put your keys and clothes.