Precision Fitness TT (PFTT) was established on March 5, 2012, with the objective of providing a personalised outdoor fitness training service in Trinidad and Tobago.

Our programme is suited to anyone who wishes to stay fit or get in shape. It is designed to develop the overall capabilities of your body by improving your muscular and cardiovascular strength and endurance, as well as your flexibility, coordination and balance.
The main types of exercises performed are:

Calisthenics/Body Weight Training
Resistance/Weight Training
Plyometric Training
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

In addition to physical training, we provide our clients with a guide to healthy eating, as exercise and diet go hand in hand. In order to monitor your progress, periodic full body evaluations are conducted prior to, during and after the cycle, the results of which are recorded on your personal file.

Indeed, we will encourage and motivate you at every step of your journey to ensure that you achieve your personal fitness goals and get in the best shape of your life!

Our workouts take place every day, from Monday to Thursday. At present, we conduct classes at 7 locations across Trinidad: Port of Spain, Tacarigua, Arima, San Juan, Chaguanas, San Fernando, Point Fortin.

With an intense 45-minute to 1-hour workout per day at four days a week, clients have lost up to 50 lbs on our 12-week programmes. 

When it comes to workout sessions, we allow total flexibility. You can therefore alternate between classes, or even locations. 

Saturday sessions are held occasionally. Clients from all 7 workout areas meet at one location. The workout begins at 6:00 am sharp, and lasts for approximately 1.5 hours. Locations include:

Maracas Beach / Tyrico Bay, North Coast
Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain

“The Trail” (next to Emperor Valley Zoo), Port of Spain
Bamboo Cathedral, Macqueripe
Mt. Moriah 100 steps, San Fernando
San Fernando Hill, San Fernando
National Cycling Valodrome & Aquatic Centre, Couva
Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar, Arima
Ball Mark (Marvin Lee) Stadium, Macoya
Turure Falls (PFTT Hike)