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Offers workout routines, personal training, weight loss programs, sports nutrition, and more.www.lapf.co.uk
A unique combination of Pilates and Yoga shop and Pilates studio. Based near Richmond, Surrey, Pilates Plus has everything you need for a relaxed, ...www.pilates-plus.co.uk
We like to work closely with our clients, tailoring your programme to meet your ... If you would like to know more about Pilates-east please email ...www.pilateseast.co.uk
Listing of Moves Fitness exercise classes in England ... Here you will find information on our teaching methodology, classes and how to join them a...www.movesfitness.com
Personal Trainer and Pilates Instructor Hull East Yorkshire UK ... New - Why use a Personal Trainer in Hull ... You have probably come to this site...www.zestforliving.co.uk
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Does one need any certification or any specific registration, or anything else to become a self employed business consultant? And can one become not only a business- but also some other type of consultant - like "universal consultant"? (e.g. general business consultant + fitness consultant + total well-being consultant + happiness consultant...) Thanks guys.
I am just graduating fitness and health promotion and i have my CFC and CPT which are certified fitness consultant and certified personal trainer. we get these through CSEP. but what other certifications can i take to stand out and make me a better personal trainer.
I'm a qualified fitness consultant & trainer but it's always a challenge to get new clients (and retain existing ones). Can someone recommend me a book or resource where I can learn to deliver better... something I can relate to as an independent trainer?
It seems like they do the same thing. What are the differences between them. I want a career in health, fitness, and nutrition and I don't know what career I should pursue. Any suggestions?
I would like to become a fitness instructor and weightloss consultant to help overweight people as well as seniors. What type of training should I get? What type of classes?
Like a fitness trainer or physical therapist.. but what are the different options? As someone with MD and struggling with my own problems, and then succeeding the odds, I'm motivated to help other people with similar problems or just fitness overall, but I don't want to work at a regular gym. I'm not super fit and muscular, but it's just something that interests me and I just found out while taking a human anatomy class and learning all the muscles. I got so much into it and researching what each muscle does, and what exercises work those muscles, etc. That helped me out a lot with MD, and I hope to one day help others. any suggestions? All I can think of are physical therapists (because i've seen some), but there must be other careers/jobs out there in that field?
I am looking for hourly pay vs. lump sum for project and how much on each. I have the experience in fitness and getting what people what they want in a fitness center, I have always included that as part of being gym manager. I am now managing a facility, and have been approached by someone outside my competition area. Answers preferably from someone who consults and does gym build outs for a living.
The minor will cost thousands more, but may be a better credential to have if I want to be a trainer or fitness/nutrition consultant down the road. What do you think? Which would you rather see in a trainer you are thinking of hiring?
I'm a fitness freak and would love to work in a gym - eventually I want to be a trainer but I've got to start somewhere, and I think working for FF would be a better advantage than what I do now (which is, rather ironically, managing a Pizza Hut). I'd love to hear from anyone who worked in sales, especially at gyms about whether it is a good idea.
In minnesota can a person give out nutrition/fitness advice as a type of consultant if he/she does not posess a certification in Nutrition or personal trainer. I'm contemplating become a diet/exercise consultant and I'm taking some courses, but these will not get me certified. I'm just wondering legally if this can be done without the certifications. I know in most states you don't need the certifications.