Lifetime Training provides fitness enthusiasts with the skills to train themselves
The new ‘Personal Train Yourself’ campaign from Lifetime Training has been launched to encourage fitness enthusiasts to enhance and expand their knowledge base and skills.
The personal training course enables fitness aficionados to gain the knowledge to train for an event, save money on personal training sessions and create their own fitness programmes or even just develop a better understanding of their training regime. It is available in both full time or part time formats for a truly flexible training solution.
Elite athletes, such as Goldie Sayers, Olympic javelin thrower and Team GB captain, John Lane, Team GB Decathlete, as well as fitness enthusiast and Sky Sports News presenter Kirsty Gallacher have all signed up to take part in the programme.
Kirsty Gallacher commented: “I workout with a trainer two to three times a week but I also train on my own. Although my trainer gives me a bespoke programme, I sometimes feel that I lack confidence. Am I doing things right? Am I going to get the right results? I love fitness and want to develop my knowledge base. I also feel that with a greater depth of understanding, I will enjoy my training more. It is another string to my bow. Lifetime Training was the obvious choice as it is such as reputable company. They are highly experienced and the courses on offer are fantastic. By training with Lifetime I know that I am investing in quality education and that I will have a great experience as well.”
Goldie Sayers, who began her training at the end of January, said: “I have been involved with the world of fitness and sport my whole life and am keen to broaden my skills in order to help other people become fitter and healthier. I feel that I can use this qualification to develop a broader knowledge base that can help me apply my skills to people who are inactive. Currently most of my knowledge is based around training for Olympic sport. This couldn’t be applied to the normal population. The qualification will also give me the skills to broaden my own training once I retire.”
Mike Jones, Commercial Director at Lifetime Training, explained: “At Lifetime Training we have always sought to be at the forefront of innovative new qualifications for the fitness industry – to create true solutions. There are many fitness enthusiasts who have a real desire to understand their training protocols and programmes so they can meet their goals and excel in whatever sport or event they choose to participate in.”
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Lifetime Training is one of the UK’s largest vocational training providers. Established in 1995, it now delivers innovative training programmes to more than 20,000 people a year. More than 250 Lifetime trainers and tutors work directly with learners at over 3,000 workplaces and educational centres in order to deliver on both educational and business needs. Lifetime Training is the 2014 Flame Awards Supplier of the Year.
For further information contact:
Abigail Harris at Big Fish Public Relations
Tel: 07738 331019