The Chi Bang Bodies team offers a diverse portfolio of personal training services that cater to your specific needs and abilities. Whether you have a short-term goal of getting in shape for a wedding or competition, or a long-term goal of overall fitness or weight loss, Chi Bang Bodies has the right trainer and program for you. Come in for an initial consultation and we’ll devise a plan to achieve your fitness goals and nutritional objectives. Ensuring your safety and success is our #1 priority.


  • Nutrition Coaching
  • Body Fat Analysis
  • One-on-One Training
  • Small Group Training
  • Customized Meal Preparation
  • Gym Design: Residential & Commercial

Service Details

  • All sessions are 60 minutes unless specifically indicated.
  • Please contact us today to see what rates & specials are available for new clients!


  • Agility Training
  • Barre
  • Battle Ropes
  • Bodybuilding
  • Boxing
  • Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
  • Flexibility Training
  • Kettlebells
  • Mixed Martial Arts
  • Plyometric Training
  • Powerlifting
  • Sand Bag
  • Shaolin Kung Fu
  • Sport-Specific
  • Suspension Training
  • Yoga


  • Our Coaches have studied a wide gamut of fighting arts throughout their lives. We honor these arts by instilling the work ethic that is required to hone and sharpen one’s technical skills. Passing these guiding principles to our students and clients ensures their success in their lives.“Rather than being confined to a separate dimension, martial arts should be an extension of our way of living, of our philosophies, of the way we educate our children, of the job we devote so much of our time to, of the relationships we cultivate, and of the choices we make every day.” – Daniele Bolelli, On the Warrior’s Path
  • Disciplines:
    • Boxing (aka Pugilism): While people have fought in hand-to-hand combat since before the dawn of history, the origin of boxing as an organized sport may be its acceptance by the ancient Greeks as an Olympic game in 688BC. Boxing is the rudimentary foundation of throwing a punch. Learn the basics or put it all together for some fierce combinations.
    • Wrestling: a combat sport involving grappling type techniques such as clinch fighting, throws and takedowns, joint locks, pins and other grappling holds. Learn to manipulate and utilize leveraging and body positioning to gain a dominant position.
    • Muay Thai: This discipline which includes combat on shins is known as "the art of eight limbs" because it is characterized by the combined use of fists, elbows, knees and shins.
    • Tae Kwon Do: Taekwondo is characterized by its emphasis on head-height kicks, jumping and spinning kicks, and fast kicking techniques. To facilitate fast, turning kicks, taekwondo generally adopts stances that are narrower and hence less-stable than the broader, wide stances used by martial arts such as karate.
    • Shaolin Chin Na: the set of joint lock techniques used in the Chinese martial arts to control or lock an opponent's joints or muscles/tendons so he cannot move, thus neutralizing the opponent's fighting ability.
    • Brazilian Jiu Jitsu: born from the Japanese Judo system, BJJ promotes the concept that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend against a bigger, stronger, heavier assailant by using proper technique, leverage, and most notably, taking the fight to the ground, and then applying joint-locks and chokeholds to defeat the opponent.
    • Shaolin Wing Chun: a Chinese martial art form with origins from Shaolin Kung Fu. Wing Chun utilizes simultaneous striking and trapping (pinning of opponent’s limb) while specializing in close range combat. The focus of Wing Chun is efficiency of motion along with speed and sharpened contact reflexes.
  • Flexibility is needed to perform everyday activities with relative ease. To get out of bed, lift children, or sweep the floor, we need flexibility. Flexibility tends to deteriorate with age, often due to a sedentary lifestyle. Without adequate flexibility, daily activities become more difficult to perform. Over time, we create body movements and posture habits that can lead to reduced mobility of joints and compromised body positions. Staying active and stretching regularly help prevent this loss of mobility, which ensures independence as we age
  • Improved flexibility may enhance performance in aerobic training and muscular conditioning as well as in sport. There is scientific evidence that the incidence of injury decreases when people include flexibility training in their routines due to the enhanced ability to move unimpeded through a wider ROM. The only exception to this would be when there is an excessive or unstable ROM, which may increase the likelihood of injury. When used appropriately, flexibility training allows clients to become more in tune with their body. It is a form of active relaxation that can improve both mental and physical recovery.
  • Assisted Stretching : PNF stretching, or proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation stretching, is a set of stretching techniques commonly used to enhance flexibility and increase range of motion in order to improve motor performance and aid rehabilitation.
  • Customized Stretch Routine : This is a great session for those that know they need to work on their flexibility but are unsure of what stretches to do. We combine a postural and flexibility assessment in combination with your goals and the amount of time you want to spend stretching on your own to create a customized routine you can do on your own.
  • Myofascial Release : Learn to use the foam roller and a variety of other tools to facilitate your own self care. This is helpful to learn techniques that you can incorporate in your routine to get the most out of your workouts, decrease risk of injury, improve chronic conditions and reduce muscle soreness after intense workouts.
  • Thai Yoga Bodywork : This form of bodywork uses no oils or lotions. The recipient remains clothed during the treatment (make sure to wear loose and comfortable clothing). The treatment is received on a padded mat on the floor. There is constant body contact between the giver and receiver, but rather than rubbing on muscles, the body is compressed, pulled, stretched and rocked. This ancient massage style is a wonderful tool to improve flexibility and get into positions that normally would be difficult. Achieve deep release with a deep sense of relaxation.
  • Looking to prepare for your first, last or next road race? Work with our expert race coach to develop a safe and effective plan. Components of running which can greatly affect your performance are: Stride, Speed, Tempo Run, Hill Training, Running Economy, VO2 Max, Aerobic Intervals, Progression Run, Fartlek, Race Pace Run, Long Runs and Recovery Runs.
  • 5K: The beauty of the 5K run is that it takes all comers. It's the perfect introductory distance for novice racers, as well as a challenging test of strength and speed for the most competitive runners. The 5K race can also be a useful part of a larger training program, building speed for runners who primarily run longer distances. No matter what your ability, a hard 5K run tests your capacity to maintain a fast pace over distance.
  • 10K: The 10K is the single event where any runner can enjoy the full range of everything road racing has to offer. As a test of both speed and endurance, this distance combines the best aspects of the 5K and marathon. That means that improving your 10K performance can put you in striking distance of improvements at those other distances as well. In fact, much of the appeal of the 10K is not only that it demands versatility of runners, but also that it helps to develop it within them. Running the 10K often means running better.
  • Half Marathon: The half marathon distance provides a challenge beyond the popular 10K while allowing for more flexibility than marathon preparation. The training period for the half marathon is three months (versus five for the marathon), and recovery is substantially faster than for the marathon. This happy news means that you can run several half marathons during a single race season.
  • Marathon: Preparing for a marathon, after all, is no easy thing. It is a big, big time commitment, and for most it demands vast amounts of energy -- physical, mental and emotional. The pay-off, of course, is equally enormous. Enhanced strength, confidence and stoicism are the treasures reaped by all marathon athletes, whatever their ability.  It is true that crossing the finish line after 26.2 miles delivers a feeling of gratification and accomplishment like no other, but a similar sense accompanies the finish of a well run 10K, or a fast mile.
  • Obstacle Course: These races are unique in that you won’t know quite what lies ahead of you until you’re at the starting line. Most race directors pride themselves on surprising participants with challenges that will push competitors in both body and spirit, from barbed-wire crawls to icy cold water crossings. But there are usually a few commonalities: Most contain a combination of running over rugged terrain plus obstacles that rely heavily on functional fitness, from wall and rope climbs to heavy carries and monkey bars.
  • You’ve heard many times over that you cannot outwork a bad diet. If you ask anyone donning that lean body which seems so hard to attain… what is the secret? 9/10 times they will tell you it is all about what is on your plate.As simple as it sounds to eat healthy, I’m sure we can all attest to the fact that sticking to a nutrition plan can be quite taxing, defeating and difficult. Don’t worry, allow our coaches to show you methods and offer insight and options if what you are doing isn’t working for you. There are many approaches which work; we just need to find the right one for you.
  • Consultation: 1 hour in person or phone conversation to discuss your needs and goals. A plan will be developed which will suit your lifestyle and ensure results.
  • Meal Preparation: For the busy professional who is looking to eat healthy balanced meals. These meals are customized for each individual with all macronutrients weighed out to fit your guidelines.
  • Grocery Shopping: A coach will take you to a grocery store of your choosing and shop for a week’s worth of healthy dishes. Learn to navigate through the aisles like a pro and decipher any nutrition label.
  • Cooking Classes: This session can take place in the comfort of your own home or at a cooking studio in Canton, MA.
  • Grocery Shopping Lists: Leave the thinking to our coach and let them compile a shopping list for the week to help you plan and prepare for your shopping trip.