The foundation of every successful training program is the athlete. The best coach is an experienced guide who begins with the hopes, dreams, and desires of the athlete in mind and then tailors a training plan based on the athlete’s current fitness, race schedule and lifestyle. Since 1998, Well-Fit has helped thousands of individuals achieve success in many fitness areas. Well-Fit’s training programs are directed by Sharone Aharon, the Midwest’s first USA Triathlon certified Level III coach, and supported by certified and experienced coaching staff of USA Triathlon, USA Track & Field, and USA Cycling.
Three elements form the cornerstone of every Well-Fit training program:
Well-Fit provides easy-to-understand instruction based on scientific research which is delivered using the latest technology. The combined coaching and competitive experience of its certified coaching staff plays a key factor in the quality of our programs. Constant communication and the open exchange of ideas ensure a valuable and rewarding experience for athletes of every level.
Well-Fit Performance is Chicago’s oldest and most widely known provider of multisport coaching and personal training. Well-Fit was founded by Sharone Aharon, a former special forces commander and a secret service agent, in 1998 and operated on a “consulting” basis. The mission is to help people and coaches of all ages and abilities discover their inner potential and perform at their personal best.
In January 2009, Well-Fit opened a multi-sport specific training center at 1700 W. Hubbard Street in Chicago, IL. At that time, the training center was the only center of its kind designed for multi-sport athletes in the Midwest. Since 2009 the numbers of participants involved in endurance sports increased and with it, the number of companies providing coaching services.
In 2018, Well-Fit underwent a remodel, adding a state-of-the-art computrainer cycle room with individual screens as well as the Midwest’s first and only Altitude Training Room. Well-Fit continues to stay on the cutting edge of technology, allowing its athletes to “reach new heights.”