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Pulse Fitness Helps Members Find Their True Strength with a Personalized Fitness Program

By Kelly Church

Acting as each member's personal fitness studio, Pulse Fitness Training wants to be about each person's personal goals. The Warren, MI gym features all the traditional gym equipment and classes, and more. Owners Scott and Jennifer Genord focus their fitness studio on personal training and group classes, however they do offer a limited number of open gym memberships as a way of preventing overcrowding at the gym.

The duo says their gym has many different training styles to allow members to challenge themselves in different ways and ultimately achieve their physical fitness goals. The key is variety, they say, to keep people interested and coming back for more. There's a small group of personal trainers that have all different backgrounds and inspirations. There is also a group of instructors that teach the group fitness classes. Scott is a personal trainer, while Jennifer teaches group classes.

Group classes cover a range of workouts, from boxing to boot camp and even aerial dance. There are women's specific classes ? the Women's Fit Camp ? and holiday inspired classes ? like the Beat the Stuffing out of you Bootcamp on Thanksgiving day. Some classes blend strength training and cardio, and some are focused specifically on toning, including the Cardio Barre class. There's something for everyone at Pulse Fitness, no matter his or her goals.

What the Genords want people to know about their gym, is they are truly focused on each person's individual goals. They describe their gym environment as "inclusive," a place that gives each member a sense of belonging, free from judgment. They help a lot of clients achieve weight loss goals. When it comes to giving new clients weight loss advice, the Genords only have one word of advice. 

"Patience," the pair says. "In most cases, it takes time to gain weight and have that out-of-shape feeling. Be true to yourself and understand it takes time to lose weight and get back in shape. Set monthly goals rather than weighing yourself everyday. A scale only measures weight, not [the] fact that you have more energy, added lean muscle or have changed the shape of your body." 

At Pulse Fitness, new clients can take their first class for just $8. Beyond that, they offer an array of membership options to fit any type of client. Group classes can be bought in packs, or as an unlimited option. There's a selection just for open gym time. There are training camp options, and more.

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