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Personal Training: It's Not Just for Celebs!

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 02/13/13 -- There's a common misconception that personal training is reserved for the celebrity lifestyle. You envision the likes of Madonna and Beyonce hitting Miami Beach for a workout, in between walking their pet Chihuahuas and being chauffeured to award ceremonies of course. However, this is far from the case, personal training is something for everyone!

If you've ever fancied taking a gym instructors course but have stopped yourself in the belief that it's only for the rich and famous, then it's time to think again. Personal training could be the career you've been searching for...

A far cry from your typical nine to five office job, fitness instructor training gets you away from the computer screen and into the best shape you've ever been in! It's everything you could want from a profession; high quality training, the freedom to be your own boss and the chance to meet lots of lovely new people, what more could you ask for?

And the beauty of taking a personal trainer course is that there is more than one way to receive your fitness qualification. If you have other commitments, be it family life or a part-time job, but would still love to become a trainer than there's absolutely nothing to stop you!

Thanks to the part-time personal training course provided by The Training Room, you'll easily be able to fit your ambitions of becoming an instructor around the rest of your weekly plans. Consisting of fourteen days practical training and assessments, this programme will see you reaching your personal trainer potential in no time.

Whether you've recently graduated or are sick of being a slave to paperwork and deadlines, personal training could very well be the career of your dreams, so don't miss the opportunity!

Notes to Editors

--  The Training Room runs Level 2 Fitness Instructor and Level 3 Personal
    Trainer Courses through fast-track and time-part courses as well as
    pioneering a new flexible e-learning programme. 
--  Unlike other training programmes, the Training Room's support doesn't
    finish once students have graduated. All graduates are given access to
    an exclusive job board, with vacancies posted by some of the biggest
    organisations in the industry. 

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