Before you chose a Personal Trainer to help you reach your fitness goals, make sure the trainer you’re interested in can pass the test before they try to push you to your limits. Ask for qualifications, the better educated your trainer is, the more you benefit from it.
A trainer should be able to show you a fitness certification in their particular area of expertise. To become certified, personal trainers must pass an exam through accredited organisations. If you find that they are certified, that certification should come from a legit certification body.
Your personal trainer should also be currently certified in first aid and have an insurance, in case anything happens while training.
- Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Fitness Instructing and Personal Training
– Anatomy and Physiology for Exercise & Health
– Health, Safety and Welfare in a Fitness Environment
– Principles of Exercise, Fitness and Health
– Delivery of Personal Training Sessions
– Delivery of Group Fitness Classes
– Applying the Principles of Nutrition to a Physical Activity Programme
- Nutritional Therapy and Weight Management Level 1 & 2 Foundation Degree
- Metafit Instructor Qualification
- Boxercise Instructor Qualification
- Kettlebell Instructor Qualification
- First Aid at Work Certified // British Red Cross Certified