As the healthcare sector’s demand for referral specialists continues to increase, opportunities for those qualified as fitness specialists are on the rise.
Personal Trainers looking to tap into the increasing need for fitness specialists, must demonstrate skills that show they understand just what’s required to treat and manage a range of health issues. Until now, there hasn’t been a professional fitness course to provide the key tools required to do so. That’s why we at Focus Training have developed two brand new elite qualifications to help Personal Trainers specialise in shaping the nation. The first, is our Master Personal Training Diploma. The second, the Specialist…
With the drive to improve the health of the nation, healthcare experts are in need of qualified specialists to provide carefully planned, well executed and meticulously measured exercise programmes to prevent and improve a number of health issues.
Whether it’s tackling the increase in sedentary lifestyles, using exercise as a treatment for poor mental health, ensuring new mothers are getting back into fitness safely, or providing fitness plans for those experiencing age-related health concerns. As a Specialist Personal Trainer, you’ll be qualified to cater to the growing number of niche areas that require professional fitness support.
As part of your Specialist Personal Trainer course, you‘ll complete two further modules, Exercise Referral and either Ante & Post Natal Fitness Instructor or Older Adult Coach, in addition to the 3 mandatory modules for the Personal Trainer Certificate.
It’s a tough industry out there, and with more and more fitness fanatics choosing a personal training career every day, branching out into specialist areas will help ensure you stay ahead of the game.
Where will you specialise?
Determine whether you’ve what it takes. Personal trainers need a wide range of skills! Sure, you will have a passion for fitness and an understanding of what the job of a personal trainer involves. But to be able to cut it, you’ll also need to be analytical, patient, persistent, organised, a strong motivator and, most importantly, a good listener. Our popular Focus Training courses relating to this blog post on demand for specialist personal trainers on the rise include our gym instructor courses, exercise referral courses, sports massage courses and the extremely popular personal trainer courses.
You don’t have to look as a body builder to turn into a personal trainer, but you need to definitely lead a healthy lifestyle to be a good role model for your clients. All our courses are actually intended to give you the essential tools to become a fully certified fitness professional. Via our home page you can find personal training courses.