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Blue Monday Doesn't Affect Personal Trainers!

Going to work in January and facing Blue Monday - the third Monday in January (January 21, 2013) and so-called ‘most depressing day of the year’ - may get some of us down, but not personal trainers, new research reveals.  Britain’s growing number of personal trainers are satisfied in their jobs, have a healthy outlook and don’t dread January or Blue Monday, according to independent research* conducted by OnePoll for The Training Room personal trainer academy.

Global Administrator | 21/01/2013 14:34:21

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Calling Female Personal Trainers!

There are too few female personal trainers says leading personal trainer academy The Training Room.  Figures from Skills Active show that of the total 13,486 personal trainers registered with the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs), 5,203 are women.  Put another way, around 65% of PTs are men and only around 35% are women.

Global Administrator | 15/01/2013 15:49:25

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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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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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Our Students - Andrea's Story

I've always tried to look after myself and have led a pretty active life (I was in the army in my early twenties, for instance). Now, finding myself in my mid 40's and with a growing family, I feel it more important than ever to keep myself in as good a shape and condition as possible.

Global Administrator | 11/06/2012 11:22:35

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Christopher Hole - Personal Training Tutor in Bristol

I chose to become a Personal Trainer because I wanted to make an impact in the health and fitness industry and educate people about their body and how it works.

Global Administrator | 18/05/2012 16:24:00

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Paul Reed - Part Time Weekend Personal Trainer Course

I set my alarm bright and early on a Saturday morning and headed off to the station. I was about to start the first day on my journey to becoming a Personal Trainer.

Global Administrator | 26/03/2012 15:57:59

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Coaching Tips For Personal Trainers

Take a look at these useful tips from our tutors at the Newcastle Academy, Chris and Karl. These are great rules to abide by if you're an up and coming personal trainer.

Global Administrator | 13/02/2012 15:13:38

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