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Discover 3 simple steps to get started with an ACE-certified professional using your AARP discount.
1. Find an ACE-certified Fitness Professional
After searching for an ACE-certified fitness professional in your zip code and browsing the profiles, select Contact Trainer. At this step, you are asked to provide basic information that will allow the trainer to best understand your needs and initiate discussion.
2. Receive Information on Training Packages & Discounts Available
The trainer will review the request and contact you to discuss available training packages and discounts to ensure the best fit for you, your schedule, goals and budget. Make sure to discuss options for one-on-one, semi-private, small group exercise classes and/or yoga classes, if available.
3. Schedule Training Sessions
When you and your trainer agree to your fitness plan, the trainer will contact you to schedule your first session in a mutually agreeable location – perhaps your home, the trainer’s home, a park, the local gym, YMCA or JCC. This first session will likely be your free consultation or free group fitness class (depending on the special offer your trainer is offering). For the sessions thereafter, payment will be made directly to your trainer, as mutually agreed upon.
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AARP Health is a collection of health-related products, services and insurance programs available through AARP. Neither AARP, nor its affiliates are the provider.