After graduating with us in 2016, Mike Stewart has gone onto achieve great things with his fitness career. He’s certainly not showing any signs of slowing down, with a launch of his online business & app coming soon and his face-to-face training at 50 sessions a week, Mike has learnt a great deal about what […]
It’s inevitable that some clients will leave a personal trainer – goals are achieved, or financial constraints or time pressures may dictate, for example. However, to be avoided are clients leaving because of poor working relationships with the personal trainer. Dissatisfied clients will always find an excuse for leaving a personal training program. However, the […]
Many people falsely believe weight training (sometimes called strength or resistance training), is only for those wanting to ‘bulk up’ with rapid muscle growth. As a personal trainer, the first hurdle with a new client is often to dispel any preconceived ideas they may have and explain the results that can be achieved through weight […]
I have been participating in Aerobics classes since I was 17. I was doing double classes nearly every day and thought that it would be good to find a job doing what I enjoyed most rather than a job that you have to force yourself to get out of bed for. It may have taken […]
Another great day had by all on Sunday the 7th of March at the PadMasters workshop at PUMMA on the Gold Coast. PadMasters is a great workshop for fitness professionals to gain a boxing and kickboxing accreditation to use in their training sessions with clients. A very useful tool to have as a Personal Trainer […]
What should I look for in a Personal Trainer? After doing a quick survey around the office, we have come up with the top 3 aspects to look for when thinking of working with a Personal Trainer.
Jeffrey Cook, Online Fitness Lecturer and long time Fitness Industry leader, provides his insight for new graduates and for those who may simply be looking for work in all the wrong places.
Our new and exciting blended style of learning is a combination of both our Online Fitness web portal and Face to Face tutorials, enabling courses to be active and engaging with on and offline learning experiences. The aim is to encourage students to be active learners by using online technologies to enable or support learning activities that continue outside of the lecture hall, classroom or lab, and encourage students to arrive in class well prepared.
Inevitably the future of the fitness industry lies in working strongly with the community. Moving our own business to within the walls of the PCYC, highlights our future commitment to this direction, and is one we are very proud of. Online Fitness has evolved from the history of fitness education in Australia, but now leads the way in creating new pathways to a better future, through innovation, passion and the right intention from the beginning.