New Personal Trainer Series!

Bryan University Personal Training DegreeDo You Have What It Takes To Be a Personal Trainer?

A Free Seminar Series

 

Session 1: Evaluating the Client’s Fitness Needs
Recorded July 29, 2013
Watch Recorded Event Now.

Attend this FREE live event from the comfort of your computer, gaining perspective on the personal trainer’s responsibilities in the workplace.

Led by Alison Bellais, a faculty member of Bryan University and longtime industry professional, this session covers strategies for evaluating a client’s fitness history and future:

  • Taking measurements and understanding calculations
  • Assessing fitness levels and medical issues
  • Identifying and addressing muscle imbalances
  • Creating a custom-fitted program to meet individualized needs

Ask questions live … or just watch, listen and learn about what it takes to succeed in this vibrant industry.  Watch Recording Now.

 

Alison Bellais

About Alison Bellais, NASM-CPT

Alison Bellais has been actively involved in the fitness industry for more than 20 years and currently shares her wide scope of expertise with students studying Advanced Personal Training and Exercise Science at Bryan University. She has served as a personal fitness trainer, fitness director, general manager of a full-service club, and has operated her own training studio and in-home training business. She has coached hundreds of clients to reach their personal health and fitness goals, and has consulted with numerous clubs to develop successful business operations, with a focus on marketing, sales, staffing and budgeting. Alison obtained her master’s in Sports and Fitness Management from the University of San Francisco and her bachelor’s in Health and Physical Education from Oregon State University, before training under some of the biggest names in the industry, including the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association’s first national fitness director of the year.

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