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In The Press - Alpha Fit Magazine

Fancy being a personal trainer? You could be in six weeks...

Global Administrator | 18/12/2012 15:27:57

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Kevin Betts - Part Time Course - Weekend 1 & 2

Hi, I’m Kevin Betts and I’m a 28 year old runner and mental health campaigner with a passion for goal setting and pushing myself and others beyond expectation.

Global Administrator | 13/12/2012 16:00:33

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Win a Reebok Exercise Bike

At the Training Room we strive to do our bit to help you reach your fitness goals. That’s why we’re so excited to give away this fantastic prize.

Global Administrator | 28/11/2012 14:02:00

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David Swift - Great Britain BobSkeleton Team

I am a member of the Great Britain Bobskeleton Team aiming to compete at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. I have been sliding for 6 years now and am one of the fastest push starters in the world

Global Administrator | 20/11/2012 16:44:43

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Help For Heroes Student - Owen Pick

Owen was in the Army Cadet Force from the age of 12 and always knew that he wanted to join the forces, which he did straight after finishing school. In 2009 he was deployed to Afghanistan, serving for the 1st Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment, and just 3 months later was injured when he stepped on an explosive device.

Global Administrator | 09/11/2012 15:47:54

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Carl Anstey - Help for Heroes Student

Carl was a member of First Battalion, the Rifles for 5 years. He was hit by the blast from a rocket-propelled grenade in Afghanistan, in 2009, just after his 24th birthday. The damage from shrapnel shattered his femur and severed his sciatic nerve. Surgery has left him with a right leg almost two inches shorter than the left.

Global Administrator | 09/11/2012 14:27:31

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Help For Heroes Student - Ross Austen

Ross has always been a really active person and was a keen footballer prior to joining the forces. Having served in the Army for twelve years, he was on Operations with a Commando Engineer Regiment in Afghanistan in 2008 when he was injured in an explosion. His leg and knee were shattered and since then he has undergone over 20 operations. Ross then had to make to very difficult decision, due to the severity of his injuries, to have his leg amputated above the knee.  

Global Administrator | 09/11/2012 11:30:16

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Turn Your Fitness Hobby Into A Job

Everyone has been hit hard by the recession and people are constantly trying to find new ways to make ends meet. But it might not be as hard as you think, in fact you could soon be making money in a way you probably didn’t think possible: exercise. That’s right, if you’re a bit of a fitness geek, or are passionate about working out and training, then you should consider becoming a fitness instructor!

Global Administrator | 22/10/2012 16:57:40

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Running Outside in the Winter Months

As we move into the colder months, those of us training outdoors can be faced with harsh weather conditions and lots of UK personal trainers face questions from clients about the best way to tackle this. Here are some top tips for optimum outdoor training during the cold months.

Global Administrator | 19/10/2012 11:20:49

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Amy Betts At The Run Event In Brighton

On Friday 14th September I was invited to the RUN Sportsshoes event in Brighton. Attendees included running novices, fitness experts and internet bloggers to name a few.

Global Administrator | 18/10/2012 16:50:39

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