by Paul Dunn on
Tags: Personal Trainer
Thanks for joining us. We’re excited about launching our first blog post as it marks the launch of PT Skills in Yorkshire. We deliver vocational fitness education for the next generation of Personal Trainers. We hope you’ll be a regular subscriber to our blog.
In the PT Skills Blog we’ll share information about what we love to do most: help you learn how to become a personal trainer in today’s modern fitness industry. Today’s UK fitness industry is highly rewarding both personally and financially. Just like the industry, our blog will continue to evolve so that we can give you the inside knowledge on becoming a successful Personal Trainer.
Here’s what you can look forward to in the PT Skills Blog:
- Industry insight on the latest fitness trends proving successful in the industry.
- Articles on; anatomy, physiology, psychology and nutrition
- Real experiences about #gymlife from current industry personal trainers.
- #ptskills in coaching, communication and training
- How to get started as a personal trainer and the opportunities available to you.
- Recommendations for; fitness equipment, nutrition, and technology to help your Personal Training career.
- We’ll answer your questions about the industry and starting your dream career.
Conditions for Interacting with Our Blog
We invite all our; learners, subscribers, and team members to actively take part in our blog as we share and explore information for you to become a successful Personal Trainer. To create the best possible forum for discussion, we have put together a few club rules for posting comments:
- Leave comments that add value to the discussion and abide by our equality and diversity policy. This means no; profanity, racial or ethnic slurs, rude or disrespectful behaviour. Any comment that is offensive and does not meet our equality and diversity standards will be removed.
- We commit to keep our posts interesting, diverse and multi-sided. Please understand the the views of others commenting may be different to your own and if you would like to engage in the conversation, be a pro and do so respectfully.
- We want to share and answer your questions raised from our posts. Please remember we are also teaching and supporting students and will reply as soon as we can.
- Remember our blog is public and we are all in the same team. Be supportive of each other and remember everyone is different.
- The more you learn and the more you practice the better you get. Subscribe to our blog and continue to build your knowledge of the industry.
- If you have an enrolment question for one of our courses please visit ptskills.com to contact us. This forum is for the sharing of knowledge and experience only.
Thank you for; reading, visiting, sharing, commenting and contributing. We’re excited you’ve joined us.