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Fitness Instructors Role in a Training Program

Fitness Trainer's primarily responsibility is to provide a comprehensive one-on-one educational fitness program that can promote a fitness and health program through realistic goal setting and education. He is likely to have in-depth information on usage of equipments, managing lifestyles and designing the personal fitness program.

A certified instructor is responsible for supporting and encouraging participants, and to create a safe and motivational environment, and to ensure attention to the people under his guidance.

Trainer is responsible for tracking of client paperwork and communication of any changes or suggestions as deemed fit by him towards the accomplishment of the individual goals of his trainees. He is expected to conduct his role in a professional manner and must have an insight into first-aid.

The role of a Fitness Instructor Specialist has evolved far beyond being a basic "aerobic instructor". As a group exercise expert, you will assist club members in a fun and motivating setting. A qualified Fitness Instructor Specialist can lead groups in various formats of cardiovascular conditioning, muscle strength and endurance training, stretching and relaxation, or a calming cool-down. A Can-Fit-Pro certified FIS is knowledgeable about different types of music, understands how to use music in a group setting, keeps current on the latest fitness trends and is able to give generalized advice about healthy living and proper nutrition.

Category: Fitness Articles | Added by: Danoo (2011-08-11)
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