Having a specialist skill can be the difference between a successful career as a personal trainer, and struggling to keep up with the competition in what is fast becoming one of the most popular industries to work.
These days, being able to devise fitness and nutrition plans on the gym floor isn’t enough. There is an increasing demand for fitness specialists with well honed skills in some very niche areas, to help with an array of training areas.
Athletes have begun to increase their overall strength and agility thanks to Personal Trainers, and individuals are also becoming more conscious about the monumental struggle against obesity, prompting them to make a change to their lifestyle. So it’s no surprise that the Personal Training industry continues to boom.
A great time for those considering becoming a Personal Trainer to ‘weigh’ up their options and ‘workout’ the next step in their career!
Strength and Conditioning specialists are some of the most highly regarded in the fitness sector. Some athletes will rely on having their very own personal trainer who is has expertise in building strength in training sessions via fully body workouts, in order to increase their muscle mass ready for race day.
Our Specialist and Conditioning Specialist Course provides the knowledge and training to cut above the traditional personal trainer skillset. We delve down into the biomechanical analysis of athletes, physiological training needs analysis and plyometric to outline how they can be used together to improve sports related performance.
So if you’re after more than the offerings of the gym floor, speak to the team about our Strength and Conditioning Coach course, and give your professional CV a boost!