Updated Apprenticeships HIDDEN

Have you always wanted to be a personal trainer or nutrition coach, but didn’t know where to start? Let’s face it, finding a career in fitness can be challenging—full of long days and late nights and hustling on the floor to acquire and maintain a book of clients all to make an income to support yourself. It can be daunting. Not to mention schooling and certifications don’t prepare you for the different challenges you can face when serving people.

What if you could learn the ins and outs of what it takes, not in a theoretical sense by reading text books but by working with someone who has been in the fitness industry for the past 10 years and has built his business from the ground up and grown it to 2 thriving locations?

By the end of your apprenticeship you will have the confidence and knowledge to help people get results, be a fitness leader in your community, and follow your passion to wherever your dreams may take you.

Personal Training Apprenticeship: what you’ll learn

  • Monitoring your clients’ progress: How to do Body Composition Analyses with multiple techniques
  • The science behind training: How to train effectively for different types of goals using scientific techniques and anatomy
  • Sales- how to grow your book of business in the highly competitive fitness world
  • Leadership- how to lead and influence your clients
  • Business- the business side of personal training

Nutritional Coaching Apprenticeship: what you’ll learn

  • Intro to flexible dieting and nutrition science – learn the science behind nutrition
  • Understanding clients and their needs- how to lead your clients to get results
  • Creating coaching profiles- how to create a clients’ program
  • Nutrition and Psychology- how to combine nutrition with life coaching
  • Challenges- how to overcome challenges with clients
  • Specialty Programs- Ketogenic Diet & Coaching Pregnant Women

To learn more about our apprenticeship programs and see if it’s right for you, give us a call at 302-689-3489 or email with the subject of ‘Apprenticeship’.


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