The Fitness Standard Boston

at , Boston, 02116 United States

The Fitness Standard is state of the art concierge style on site or in-home personal training with 5 star service.

The Fitness Standard Boston

Boston , MA 02116
United States
Contact Phone
P: (617) 431-6240


The Fitness Standard is where uncompromising quality Personal Training meets the five star service experience. The Fitness Standard was created to address the needs of those who lead busy lives and want the best for their Health & Fitness. All you need is a 6x6 room in your home. No commute necessary. We come to you in our Fitness Standard branded SUVs ready for an exhilarating, ever changing workout experience, chilled towel service, and a top notch NASM Certified Personal Trainer.

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