A Philly Trainer Just Launched ‘Final Fitting Fitness’ for Brides Looking to Rock Their Dress On Their Wedding Day

We’ve got all the details on this new intense five-week program.

The PrivateGym. All photos courtesy of Hector Bones.

The PrivateGym. All photos courtesy of Hector Bones.

It wasn’t quite two years ago when Philly trainer Hector Bones of Bones Fitness Partners opened The PrivateGym on Walnut Street in Center City (our buds at Be Well Philly gave it a whirl!).

Well in that time, brides were so often asking for help looking their best for their dress, that Bones decided to tailor a program just for them. And so, the intense five-week Final Fitting Fitness was born. Here’s how it work when you sign up:

  • You’ll start with one evaluation and goal-setting session. The workouts you do during these five weeks will be tailored to your actual dress, so whether your dream dress shows off your back or you want work on your butt and thighs for your slinky mermaid gown, you’ll chat with your trainer about that.
  • After that, you’ll dive into five weeks of intensive one-hour private training sessions, which will also include nutritional guidance and exercise “homework,” as Bones calls it.
  • Bones recommends signing up for this around 10 to 15 weeks before your wedding—that way, if you’d like to run through it again before your, um, final fitting, you’ll have time to make that assessment.
  • Pricing is:
    • 1 session/week for $399
    • 2 sessions/week for $749
    • 3 sessions/week for $1,049

So if you’re into the intense-condensed thing as far as whipping yourself into shape goes, give them a shout: train@bonesfp.com.

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For more about bridal health and fitness, go here.

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