Smarter than the average PT

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Why is it that some personal trainers enter the industry with as little as 6 week’s training, and on average leave the industry within 10 months? I blame the marketing machine that drives this ‘qualification’. At best I see the cert 3 and 4 in Fitness as just a good start. At Best Practice PT we’ve invested 3 to 4 years in our university training (and sometimes much more) plus several years of practical experience to always bring you an informed perspective on your fitness program. Don’t you think that your greatest asset deserves that kind of respect? You’ll have a quality assured training program, safe workout moves and carefully monitored progress towards your goals when you become a valued member.

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