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Matrix Fitness Offers New MX4 Small Group Training Program

Matrix Fitness will be launching MX4 Small Group Training sessions featuring best-in-class training tools and original workouts.

The new program is open to people of all fitness levels who want to improve their cardio, power, strength and endurance in a motivating environment that provides equal parts camaraderie and accountability.

Bespoke system

“MX4 is a draw for fitness enthusiasts of all kinds,” says John Frayne, Managing Director for Matrix Fitness “Whether they’re looking to drop a few pounds, or their improve performance or fitness, MX4 can help them achieve it. Everyone gets plenty of personal attention from the trainer, and the team environment motivates members to keep coming back for more.”

MX4 Small Group Training combines a variety of unique training tools including a functional training system, a self-powered treadmill, a rower, a S-Force performance trainer and an upper-body cycle to help everyone from beginners to elite athletes maximize their results. Diverse, progressive workouts keep sessions fresh and engaging while helping members improve every aspect of their fitness.

Group dynamic

Since each session is limited to 4 participants, members can count on plenty of one-on-one time with a trainer who will help tailor the program and exercises to their ability levels and goals. Ultimately, this blend of equipment, programming and personnel will help participants take advantage of the benefits of a personal training service in a focused, group environment.

MX4 Small Group Training sessions will be exclusively launched at FIBO on 26, 27 and 28 October, with sessions expected to fill up quickly. For more information and to find out about MX4 Small Group Training Franchise opportunities, visit www.expressfitness.co.za.

Author: Pedro van Gaalen

When he’s not writing about sport or health and fitness, Pedro is probably out training for his next marathon or ultra-marathon. He’s worked as a fitness professional and as a marketing and comms expert. He now combines his passions in his role as managing editor at Fitness magazine.

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