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  • Writer's pictureTim Soper

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In time, one-on-one training will require more sophisticated skills in identifying an individual’s postural and movement quality concerns on the path to reaching their larger goals. It will increasingly become about zeroing in on the very specific movement needs of the individual.

If someone wants a workout, one-on-one training is most likely too expensive, and the frequency will only make the expense greater.

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