GoRecess Studio Spotlight: XFit2You Mobile Fitness; Austin, TX



Founder & Owner: Rachael Brown, a former junior Olympic swim coach in Virginia who got her start in personal training in 2007 to help her swimmers become better athletes.

Types of classes offered: XFit2You offers a number of programs ranging from one-on-one personal training, corporate wellness programs, small group classes of 2-4, large groups up to 30, free kids programs for members’ children and community building events.

In addition to its mobile gym, XFit holds regular classes at Bowie High School Parking Lot and Austin High School East Parking Lot.  XFit Classes are designed for all fitness levels with a variety of exercise equipment to keep the workout exciting and new.

What makes it unique and why you should try it:  XFit2You is a self-contained mobile gym with everything needed to train 2 to 30 clients aboard its mobile facility to make exercise more accessible and take away the excuses. XFit can set up in the parking lot, neighborhood cul-de-sac, local park, your backyard or any other place that is convenient for you.  Not your typical boot camp, CrossFit or Body Pump class, XFit provides the one-on-one instruction you would receive in a personal training session in a group setting, with licensed trainers there to help motivate and educate you in form and proper nutrition.

XFit2U_4Rachael's advice for first-timers? Be open to stepping outside of your comfort zone, be ready to challenge yourself while having fun with others.  Forget anything you've heard about traditional CrossFit and boot camp classes - XFit2You is unique and for all ages and fitness levels.

Favorite spots in Austin: Lady Bird Lake, the dog parks, Barton Springs Pool

Don't have time to get to the gym or studio? Let XFit2You come to you! 

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