At HealthyPeople, we’re strong believers that more informed Trainers will be more successful Trainers. I’m grateful for Pete Gleeson for sharing these valuable tips for any Trainer, new or experienced, that’s looking to begin with a new facility.Continue reading
I challenge any industry professional to read the following and not be moved…
“Hi. I just wanted to share my experience tonight, I have been doing the Frankston classes, with this being my third week. My boys, 4 and nearly 2, come with me. We have a ritual at bedtime to talk about our favourite part of the day. Tonight Mr 4’s favourite part of the day was seeing our instructor Sheridan at “exercise”. He told his Dad that when we see Sheridan we get to do push ups, mountain climbers and get strong. Thank you for this incredible program, and for the amazing Sheridan who includes the kids wherever possible and makes me feel so welcome and comfortable in an active environment. And the gift of an active, positive role model for my kids is priceless. From the bottom of my heart, thank you Live Live Get Active.” Continue reading
I am pleased to announce that HealthyPeople and FITREC have partnered with BizCover to provide a leading insurance package for industry professionals. Continue reading
Fitness professionals are outgoing people that find it easy to connect with others. While we’re great at lifting motivation and generating enthusiasm, we’re not always as switched on when it comes to the subtle art of ’empathy’ – which is a far cry from our standard use of ‘sympathy’. Continue reading
Thank you to Pete Gleeson (National Fitness Director, Goodlife) and ‘Smick’ (Fitness Director, Goodlife Fountain Gate) for sending this through.
Meet 19 year old Maty Agostino! Continue reading
The six points below are taken from the notes of Jarrod Martin, Fitness Director of Goodlife Wantirna, from the session by Tony Boutagy at FILEX 2016. His original notes from the session are included in the image below.
I believe the following six points are the greatest summary of what it takes to make a great Trainer. As any successful Personal Trainer will testify, it doesn’t matter what certification or degree you have, the true learning begins once your initial qualification has been completed. Continue reading
I think it offers a very clear idea as to where the boundaries are for Personal Trainers. In a nut shell, Personal Trainers (that are not registered Dietitians or Doctors) cannot; Continue reading
Making a good impression with a job application is not as hard as it might seem.
Assuming that you meet key criteria, the role of your resume is simply to make this clear. To make this easy for you, following is a list of things to take into account for each of your applications.
If you want to take it to the next level, download our checklist and job application insight sheet (link below). Continue reading
Do you want to know what it’s like to work as a Personal Trainer?
What gets Goodlife Trainers out of bed in the morning?
What are the realities of being a Personal Trainer?
And what is it like to work as a Personal Trainer with Goodlife?
I recently put these questions to 400+ Goodlife Personal Trainers. Continue reading