PersonalFit – Tokyo personal training

Expect Visible Results Custom workout Custom meal plan Constant support Anytime Anywhere Your goals , our job

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Shaping up & weight loss – Reach your target bodyfat %

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Flexibility – Fix those stiff shoulders and heavy legs

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Mass building – Want that beach body? Size does matter

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Nutrition counseling – No more fad diet, let us help you

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Athletic skills improvement – Overcome plateau with us

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Rehabilitation – Whatever your condition, we train you safely


Quality– A PersonalFit personal trainer is a certified specialist in fitness and nutrition. We will provide you a degree of service you should expect from a fitness and health expert.

Affordable– We cut on the gym overhead. Look around for qualified personal trainers of the same level, declared and insured, our prices are competitive. All this with a fully equipped studio ready to meet your needs.

Flexible– Although we conduct most of our sessions at the Ebisu Studio, other locations are an option; at home, your building’s gym, ect.

Results– We deliver! We try ourselves everything we advise.

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