New Year, New Career
Where do you start if you want a new career in the fitness industry? We think it is important to do your research. In a short interview, hear first-hand how Aaron gained his Gym Instructor qualification with Train Together, Lancaster.
Starting a new venture is always a bit scary. It is usually a fear of the unknown that puts people off – the truth is, most of us are happy doing something we don’t even enjoy as long as it doesn’t rock the boat. Life shouldn’t be like that. If you get a chance to do something you actually love, we think that you should take it. Train Together, in Lancaster, is giving you that chance. An exciting new career that you can start up in your own time and without the worry of giving up other commitments just yet. Our weekend training keeps your Monday – Fridays free. With flexible payments and real-life experience in our own gym and Personal Training studio, this is your best chance to start a career in the fitness industry in 2016. Plus, we are genuine people who are dedicated to seeing you succeed. But don’t just take our word for it, hear what Aaron (qualified Level 2 Gym Instructor) has to say about getting qualified with Train Together…
What course did you do?
Why did you do it?
“To gain knowledge and experience with a view to becoming a Personal Trainer or work in the Health and Fitness industry.”
What did you learn on your course?
“I learnt how to instruct in a safe and practical manner and how to set out the gym to best suit my workout plan. I also learned a great deal about anatomy and physiology.”
What was good about your course?
“The tutors explained clearly and were very friendly and approachable. There was a nice balance between classroom learning and using the gym areas.”
What have you taken away from your course?
“A great qualification, great friendships, great memories and the confidence and ability to work in the health and well-being sector.”
How are you now using what you learnt on your course?
“I have adapted my personal workouts to include a longer warm-up, I now have correct form and I understand the importance of stretching my muscles, ligaments and tendons daily. I also pass all this on to the Aikido Club, where I teach.”
What do you think of Train Together?
“Train Together is an excellent example of how a gym should be. The staff are friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. The gym users are never too busy to give you a hand. The environment is safe, fully-equipped and I would recommend it to everyone.”