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    Strength and Conditioning as a Personal Trainer

    March 24, 2018

March 24, 2018

Strength and Conditioning as a Personal Trainer

As a qualified Personal Trainer, your business and clients are certainly not restricted to a gym, and an increasingly popular trend is Strength and Conditioning as a Personal Trainer.

From an amateur club level up to the heights of professional sport, athletes can benefit significantly from Strength and Conditioning Training improving the performance in their chosen sport.  Conditioning can be as simple as improving the fitness levels of athletes, so they can function more effectively throughout their game, to more specific training for the individual needs of the sport.

As a personal trainer – these areas are your speciality.  The Nationally recognised Level 2 and Level 3 qualifications cover detailed information on fitness testing and programming which will significantly improve the performance levels for sport.

Many personal trainers assist with local sports teams – and in particular personal trainers are often involved with local football and rugby clubs with their pre-season training.  After the long summer or winter break, it is very common for athletes fitness and conditioning levels to drop, and so pre-season training is a vital time for Strength and Conditioning training.  As a group, personal trainers can incorporate circuit training, or individual drills related to the movements and needs of the individual sport.

In addition, personal trainers are also regularly involved to write programmes that individual athletes or teams can take away and incorporate into their own training at the gym.

If you love Fitness, but are also passionate about sports, Personal Training is the perfect career path that incorporates both closely related industries.

If you would like to find out more about how you can be involved in Strength and Conditioning as a Personal Trainer, click here to find out more and speak to Career College UK today.