Transform your body, your health, and your time.

Fitness that transforms through expert trainers and private space.

I have never looked or felt this good.

And I’ve never spent so little time getting such great results.

-Gabriel

I was skeptical. I have been a six day a week gym devotee.

Well, now I'm a believer and an advocate. Paul and Adam are the trainers I never thought existed and their program works.

-George

I am more active and energetic than ever. I know I have to be strong if I'm able to lift, push and pull the amount of weight I'm working out with.

I am 55, and a grandmother and I've tried it all, and this is truly the best!

-RoseAnn

I can't believe my body changed so dramatically...and so fast!

-Destiny

All I do is workout at Transform once or twice a week and I've never felt better. I'm stronger, leaner, and healthier than I've ever been.

-Paul

Rebuild Your Body and Mind

Balanced energy is the key to physical and spiritual success, especially in New York City. By applying customized techniques to suit our clients’ individual needs, and focusing on the present rhythms of each session, we are able to maximize your workouts in order to deliver short term, as well as long term results. Committing to the fundamental principal of a well rounded routine along with consistency and ongoing education, Transform Fitness NYC, located in Midtown East, continues to deliver an optimum level of physical health and fitness.

  • Grow Stronger
  • Get Leaner
  • Balance Strength with Flexibility
  • Develop a Deeper Mind-Body Connection
  • Optimize Your Overall Health and Wellness

» Start your transformation today — contact us to set up your first training session in New York City.

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