How to become a personal trainer

Want to turn your passion for fitness into a career? We’ll tell you how.

Most people have their own idea of their ‘dream job’ and while everyone wants to pursue different career paths, they all have one thing in common: the desire to be doing something they love.

So what if your passion is health, fitness and exercise? If this is your motivation then you could look into becoming a personal trainer – an option that would allow you to earn a living from your love of health and fitness, while genuinely making a difference to people’s lives.

As a PT, you’d be working with clients in order to help them attain and maintain a healthy fitness level. You can even specialise in particular areas such as fitness for over-60s or fitness during pregnancy. Your day-to-day work would include setting goals with clients and helping them to achieve them, educating clients to help them make suitable diet and lifestyle changes, assisting with workouts and monitoring progress. It’s a rewarding job that’s perfect for a people-person.

If the idea of a PT role sounds appealing, but you’re wondering how you could make it happen for you, Insure4Sport have put together a useful infographic showing you how to transform your healthy lifestyle into a career opportunity you’ll love.

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If becoming a personal fitness trainer is your dream job, then specialist personal trainer insurance cover is essential to protect both yourself and your clients in case of accident or injury. It can even cover employer’s liability should your business grow to the point where you need to employ staff to work for you.

For more information, take a look at our specialist personal trainer insurance.

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