Do you find happiness, fulfilment and even relief in exercise or physical activity?
Do you thrive in an environment of perpetual learning and application?
Do you enjoy empowering others with the knowledge that you possess?
If you answered yes to all the questions above… excellent, well, so did everyone else…
These alone are not sufficient criteria or characteristics of someone who will excel as a personal trainer. Harsh, but it is the truth.
In this FREE Webinar, we’ll give you insight into what it takes, why most fail, and the greatest opportunities that lie ahead.
You’ll learn to gain a realistic and accurate insight into your new job role and responsibilities, learn how to conduct yourself as a business person and coach, and also gain a competitive edge before even qualifying with invaluable insights and resources from industry-leading coaches.
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Topics We'll Cover
The entrepreneurial life - Running your own business and being your own boss, the truth!
Your relationships in and outside of the gym
Your training - It's value as a learning tool and how you yourself perform as an aspirational character
Training all day" - You are a coach first, athlete second
Your ACTUAL Job Role - We are not just PTs...
PFCA Founder & Head Coach
Co-Founder of the PFCA, Ollie is also the owner of one of the UK’s leading Functional Fitness brands, MARCHON: a best-in-class destination gym and innovative, online training and nutrition coaching platform.
His motivation is simple: to transform the fitness experience for consumers and coaches, redefine the industry standard and accelerate the career prospects of every fitness professional.
Having played professional rugby with England rugby 7s, he knows all too well what coaching and operating at the highest-level entails. He also has a first-class degree in sports and exercise science, and multiple strength and conditioning qualifications.
South-African born and bred, coach Jenz has a passion for helping people and a determination to be the best that has seen him reach a level few ever achieve.
Using the same drive and commitment that propelled him to play professional rugby in South-Africa, he opened his first gym at 25, motivated 1000s of clients to achieve their fitness goals and inspired numerous professional sportsmen to reach the highest level.
Jenz’s proven interpersonal skills make the complex simple, applicable and fulfilling for the coach and client.
His personal approach to education and development has led him to adopt a white-belt mentality. This hunger for improvement is just one of the reasons why the PFCA remains at the forefront of applied functional fitness training today.