1. Membership

All A WOMEN’S GYM Members know exactly what they are going to do every time they walk into their gym. They all:

  • receive a fitness analysis
  • receive a thorough one on one orientation on all gym equipment
  • are educated on proper technique
  • receive personalized written exercise routines

Here are 3 ways you can pay for a Membership at A Women’s Gym:

1. Our Best Value! Pay for 1 full year and receive one free month
2. Pay an Initiation of $430 plus monthly dues of $80*
3. Pay $120 per month*
*(Monthly payments are made by automatic deductions using debit or credit cards, Visa, Master Card or American Express and require a one time bank processing fee of $65)

 Trial Membership One month only $125

Corporate and Friends & Family Membership:
Businesses and friends & families who have 4 or more women interested in memberships at A Women’s Gym may be eligible for discounted initiation fees. The monthly dues will remain unchanged.

We would be happy to answer any questions you have about A Women’s Gym, Just call (312) 587-8900

2. Personal Training

Personal Training is different for women at A Women’s Gym. When you pay for personal training at A Women’s Gym we understand that we now work for you. Our job is to make sure that every training session you have with us takes you closer to your Fitness Mission Statement (FMS), by giving you workouts that are specific to your goals and your abilities. We also give you advice on what you can do and should not do outside of the training sessions to reach your FMS faster and maintain it.

Top 11 Reasons Women Have Purchased Personal Training At

A Women’s Gym.

  1. Word of mouth

  2. It’s a women’s only gym

  3. To make sure they get to the gym

  4. To reach their fitness goals faster

  5. To change eating habits

  6. To learn how to continue to eat to lose or maintain their weight

       during the holiday seasons.

  7. To prepare for special events - weddings, birthdays, reunions etc.

  8. Health reasons -  to feel better, increase energy, lose baby weight,

       improve posture

  9. Summer attire - shorts, swimsuits, short sleeves, take tops

10. To learn how to exercise correctly - to help prevent injury

11. To help an injury heal faster after physical therapy


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Learn how to use free weights for in the gym and at home
You will be taught:
Proper form and technique
Proper order of each exercise to prevent injury
How to choose the amount of weight you should lift
How to know when to increase the weight
You will also be given a written routine

Tighten your stomach inside and out. Learn what to eat and how to exercise to flatten your stomach and keep it that way.

The pressure on your neck, shoulders and/or back may not be stress. It may be poor posture. Do people tell you to stand up straight all the time? When you do straighten your back is it hard to keep it straight? Find out why and what you can do about it.

Wear your blue jeans, bikini or anything else you want with slim hips and thighs. Get instruction on how to make your hips and thighs smaller and tighter.

Learn why the backs of your arms are softer than the front and what you can do about it. Get great looking arms and shoulders without getting bulky.

Stretch your body from neck to toe. Enjoy how it feels to stretch your body 34 different ways. It will relieve tension stress and relax your mind. It’s an hour every body needs.

3. Weight Loss and Maintenance Coaching

If you love to eat, need help with: portion control, missing meals or figuring out what to eat, etc., we can help.
If you would like help meal planning with the foods that you like to eat, we can help.
If you would like help sticking to a diet of your choice or doctors prescribed menus etc., we can help.
Talk to a Weight Loss Coach once a week:
Weigh in, discuss and reshape eating habits and behaviors.
Learn how to:
Think to lose weight
Eat to lose weight
Exercise to lose weight
Maintain your ideal weight

4. Body Composition Analysis (BCA)
With the results of your BCA you will know what your daily caloric intake should be and the type of exercise you need to do to achieve the body you want.
Weight alone can be deceiving. Fitness goals can best be achieved with increase physical activity and a balanced diet over an extended period of time. Repeat dieting without enough exercise can actually increase your percentage of body fat and risk for disease. Don’t focus on the number on your scale. Fit people come in all weights, sizes and shapes. That’s why standard height-weight charts may be misleading. Extra weight may be due to an above-average amount of muscle. On the other hand, it’s possible to be “over fat” even if the scale doesn’t indicate that you’re overweight. Many experts believe that percent body fat is a better measure of physical fitness than weight alone.
Body fat is vital to daily bodily  functions. It cushions the joints and protects the organs, helps regulate body temperature, stores vitamins and is an energy reserve. While health risks are associated with too much body fat, when body fat is too low it’s particularly troublesome for women and young girls. Super - low body fat can lead to problems such as irregular menstrual periods, permanent bone loss and high rate of bone fractures.
The Body Composition Analysis is most useful when done in conjunction with Diet Counseling, Gym Membership, Personal Training and or Exercise Prescription

5. Machine Aerobics Class
Save time, do your aerobic exercising, stretching and strength training all at the same time in this class. Janice teaches this class Saturdays at 7:00 am.
Members attend this class for free.
Nonmembers pay $35 per class                    

6. One On One Motivation Sessions
Is there something you would like to do but can’t seem to get started? Would you like to lose weight, be your own boss, write a book or find a new career, etc.? Make an appointment for Personal Coaching.
(Group sessions available also)

7. Exercise Prescription
Make an appointment to receive an exercise prescription and receive answers to questions such as:
Do I need a gym membership? Can I just workout at home?
I have a busy schedule how do I incorporate exercise into it?
How many days a week do I really need to work out and how much time should it take?
I want to flatten my stomach and tighten my arms and thighs. How do I do that?
I have a gym membership but I am afraid of the machines, so I just take a class or get on the treadmill. I am not reaching my fitness goals what should I do?

8. Peace Officer Wellness Evaluation Report

(POWER TEST)  Training  at A WOMEN'S GYM
Before police candidates are allowed to enter the police academy they must first pass the POWER test. Training police candidate hopefuls to pass the POWER Test is exciting, fulfilling and one of our favorite training’s to do. These women are willing to serve and protect our community. The cost are the same as the Personal Training sessions.

Services for Members and Nonmembers

1. Membership

2. Personal Training

3. Weight Loss and Maintenance

4. Body Composition Analysis

5. Machine Aerobics Class

6. One on One Motivation Sessions

7. Exercise Prescription

8. Police Academy's POWER Test Training


Contact us: 1-312-587-8900