Beyond the Gym Tulsa

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Personal Training Services FAQ

How much does personal training at Beyond the Gym cost?

We offer both 30 minute and 60 minute long personal training sessions. Our single session rate for 30 minute sessions is $50 per session and the single session rate for the 60 minute session is $75. We offer various packages that allow you to save on the single session rate. Contact Jamie Booker to hear all of the options.

What forms of payment are accepted?

We accept:

  • Credit/Debit
  • ACH from bank

We DO NOT accept Cash.

What should I bring to my first personal training session? How do I prepare for my first session with a personal trainer?

Some key items to bring to your first personal training session:

  • a water bottle
  • proper workout attire (shorts, golf skirt, t shirt, tennis or weightlifting shoes, etc)
  • a great attitude
What does a typical personal training session look like?

A typical personal training session will consist of:

  • a short warm-up
  • a main strength movement (sometimes with a barbell) and some smaller accessory movements.
  • Depending on your goals there may be some plyometrics, abdominal work, and/or some conditioning work on a machine.
When do you need a personal trainer?

If you:

  • are thinking of beginning an exercise program (specifically if it involves resistance training) for the first time, or for the first time in a long time
  • are uncertain about what to do
  • have health and fitness goals but are uncertain about how to achieve them
  • are nervous or anxious when you think of going to the gym
  • have been injured before
  • are dealing with current pain or injury

Schedule a consultation with our physical trainers or an evaluation from one of our Doctors of Physical Therapy to best answer this question.

How long does it take to see results with a personal trainer?

Usually you will see some results of personal training within the first couple weeks – but this is highly dependent on what your goals are and what challenges you are facing.  For highly deconditioned bodies due to chronic illness, expect to proceed slowly and safely so you don’t end up in a painful flare cycle.

How many times a week should you do personal training?

How often you train will depend on your goals and level of current knowledge and training. For a novice, we recommend more than once per week for shorter training sessions to promote repetition and commit important lifting techniques to memory. Some patients with chronic illness may only be able to handle one short session per week at first, but can slowly add more short sessions per week with time.

Do you lose weight faster with a personal trainer?
  • You can lose weight faster by working with a personal trainer, but most importantly, our trainers help you to sustainably and healthily lose weight.
  • Our main focus at Beyond the Gym is to help you build a more functional and resilient body, and weight loss is only a small part of that.
  • Losing weight too fast can be detrimental to your health and only reinforce bad eating habits later on
  • Ultimately, the most important thing is our clients’ quality of life, their ability to function in life seamlessly without pain or limitation
  • Our gym is not where we train Olympic athletes or try to compete in bodybuilding. We are experts at the human body and its longevity and how to help someone live a more fulfilling and meaningful life with their health and fitness as a key component of their journey
What are the benefits of personal training with Beyond the Gym?
  • Safety – It helps to have a professional intently watching and making the necessary adjustments to not only your exercise technique, but your entire workout program as well.
  • Accountability – The concept of accountability is key with any endeavor, and your physical fitness is no different. Paying for coaching is the personification of the old saying “Put your money where your mouth is.” You’ll be more likely to show up on those days that you just don’t “feel” like working out, making progress you wouldn’t have made without an accountability partner.
  • Goal setting/achieving – Your personal trainer can help you to get to the core of WHY you sought out their assistance in the first place. Setting a deep, emotionally driven goal can help you identify unhealthy habits as well as healthier habits to replace less healthy ones.
  • Motivation – It can be difficult to truly push yourself on your own. When you put the programming into the hands of a professional, they can help you figure out just how far you can really go. Oftentimes a personal trainer can guide you to do things that you never thought possible for yourself.
  • Support SystemYour trainer won’t just be a source of motivation but a wonderful source of information that will help you approach your physical and nutritional health with a sense of clarity and confidence.

     

Recovery Exercise

rehabilitation and recovery exercise

Our Rehabilitation and Recovery Exercise Personal Training is designed for those seeking a tailored approach to fitness and well-being. Our focus on the conservative management of injuries or orthopedic conditions ensures a safe and effective journey to an active life post-surgery or post-injury. Recondition your body with confidence through our specialized programs, including gentle strength training for chronic pain and fatigue conditions like Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Long Covid, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. At Beyond the Gym, we guide you on a personal training path to return to a full range of motion, empowering you to rediscover a life filled with strength, flexibility, and vitality.

Sports Therapy and Athletic Development

sports and athletic development

Our Sports Therapy and Athletic Development Personal Training involves strength training and conditioning programs meticulously crafted for your goals. Our expertise in the conservative management of musculoskeletal injuries ensures a safe journey toward peak performance. Experience rapid sports injury recovery with our specialized interventions, including targeted Kinesio Taping and physical therapy treatments as needed. Elevate your athleticism as we work together to improve endurance and increase speed and agility. Unleash your full athletic potential with Beyond the Gym, where every session propels you toward unparalleled fitness and athletic excellence.

Gym Anxiety? Not Sure How to Start Working Out?

Overcome gym anxiety with beginner-friendly workouts in a private, no judgment gym. Our supportive personal trainers make it easy for gym members of all ages to start their health and fitness journeys by providing the one-on-one accountability and expertise you need to succeed.

Ageless Health and Mobility

Improve mobility and flexibility personal training goals

Embrace a vibrant journey to Ageless Health and Mobility at Beyond the Gym, where we specialize in personalized fitness solutions tailored for every stage of life. Rediscover vitality with programs designed to get in shape after 40, lose weight, and improve mobility and flexibility. Our comprehensive approach includes strategies to prevent workout injuries, reduce pain, and enhance overall well-being. Step confidently toward a future of strength and longevity, where our commitment is to help you age gracefully and avoid falls through targeted fitness regimens at Beyond the Gym.

Private Gym Membership

Gym memberships Midtown Tulsa Never Give Up

Avoid the disruptions of grunters and gym jerks in our comfortable, judgment-free workout zone. We focus on a low-membership model, which means you might have the gym mostly to yourself! For those seeking gym membership with one-on-one personal training in Tulsa, we offer a premium membership at an affordable price. Whether you’re looking to go beyond physical therapy and rehabilitation or interested in improving strength and flexibility, our gym memberships are a great start to a better, healthier life.

Gym Membership FAQ

How much does gym membership cost at Beyond the Gym?

We currently offer two levels of gym membership: Basic $29.99 / mo and Preferred $75 / mo

What does gym membership include?

Basic membership gives you access every day to our fully-equipped private gym from 5 am to 10 pm. Preferred membership includes daily gym access PLUS a monthly, one-on-one personal training session for accountability and progress tracking. ONLY gym members and physical therapy patients are allowed access for a secure experience.

How crowded does the gym get?

We follow a low membership model – our private Midtown gym is rarely crowded and a lot of times you might be the only one in the gym depending on the time of day.

What is the workout schedule like?

Right now the flow of our gym is that it gets mildly busy earlier in the morning around 6 am and early evening around 6 pm (busy means there might be 8 people in the gym).

What gym equipment do you offer?

Our gym provides all necessities of a gym from free weights to squat racks, bench, machines, cardio, and more. If there is a particular machine or piece of equipment you’re looking to use, please contact our Gym Manager Jamie.

Do you offer group classes?

Not at this time. We are currently focused on providing the very best personal training one-on-one services and the best private gym environment for members. We do offer some 2 on 1 training options at this time.

What forms of payment are accepted?

We accept:

  • Credit/Debit
  • ACH from bank

We DO NOT accept Cash.

Physical Therapy Treatments

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Many of our gym members started at our two Tulsa physical therapy clinics, working on rehabilitation after injury or surgery, and transitioned to other health and mobility goals in the gym. Depending on your fitness and personal training goals, physical therapy treatments may be beneficial during your health journey — we offer these therapy services next door at our Mid Tulsa clinic (as well as at our South Tulsa location, for the convenience of our members who live in South Tulsa)!

Physical Therapy Treatments FAQ

What's the difference between a physical therapist and a personal trainer?

A Physical Therapist is a professional provider (all of our physical therapists are Doctors of Physical Therapy) that evaluates and treats musculoskeletal conditions, while a Personal Trainer is a professional that programs and delivers safe and effective exercise suitable to a client’s needs and goals

What physical therapy treatments do you offer?

Our next-door physical therapy clinic (Mid Tulsa Clinic) offers:

  • Balance Training and Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Cupping
  • Dry Needling
  • Gait and Mobility Training
  • Headache Management
  • IASTM Therapy (Scraping)
  • Manual Therapy
  • Pre- / Post-Operative Care
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Rehabilitation
  • Traction

To learn more about each service, please click here to visit Clinic Services.

What forms of payment are accepted?

We accept:

  • Credit/Debit
  • ACH from bank

We DO NOT accept Cash.

Conditions We Treat at Our Tulsa Clinics and Gym

By Area of the Body (From Head and Shoulders to Knees and Toes):

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