Research shows that, as of 2017, one in seven people are gym members and the fitness industry is worth an estimated £4.7 billion. It’s also estimated that 10 million people in the UK will be members of a gym by 2018.
Almost half of Brits began ‘pre-toxing’ (attempting to lose weight and feel good) in the run up to festive season, but only a third will actually manage to see their shiny new diet and fitness regime through to the end of January.
With gym newbies in their masses making resolutions to turn over a healthy new leaf after an indulgent festive season, January is prime time for Personal Trainers ready to make their mark.
Far from simply setting programmes and doling out diet plans, a successful personal trainer acts as a coach, a motivator and a personal cheerleader. Those who don’t feel as confident as their co-gymmers will benefit massively from a little equipment education and a lot of motivational support.
With a qualification in personal training, you’ll have the tools, and the insight into where those embarking on a New Year’s fitness regime could use your professional guidance. Whether it’s managing their weight after a party season of excess, maintaining a more active lifestyle or working towards a goal that requires professional monitoring and measurement, through our professional Personal Trainer courses, you’ll be able to help them reach their goals.
Though once you have that reputable qualification under your belt, how do you ensure you’ll start the year as you mean to go on, as a successful fitness professional?
Leading insurance specialists, Insure 4 Sport have created ‘The Ultimate Guide To Being A Successful Personal Trainer’, using insight from many of their Personal Trainer clients. Covering everything from choosing your Personal Trainer course, to registering your PT business and creative marketing, their handy guide will help you on your way to a new career for the New Year…
Personal trainer courses. You’ll already have a passion for fitness and a savvy for what the role of a personal trainer involves. But to make it in the fast-paced world of fitness, you’ll also need to be highly analytical, persistent, organised, a strong motivator and, most importantly, a good listener. You don’t have to look like a body builder, but you should definitely be a role model in your lifestyle choices and have a passion for pushing boundaries. Our popular courses relating to this blog post the ultimate personal trainer guide include our personal trainer courses, gym instructor courses, exercise referral courses and the ever popular sports massage courses.
When it comes to career prospects for personal trainers, the fitness industry has opened up a whole new range of choices.Our personal training courses give you direct support with tutors (experienced personal trainers). All our courses are designed to give you the necessary tools to become a fully-certified fitness professional. Alternatively via our home page you can find sports massage courses, gym instructor courses, exercise referral courses and lastly personal trainer courses.