Behaviour change in exercise

I’m very proud to announce that I’ve been awarded the honour and privilege of becoming a PTA Global Ambassador.  What does this mean?  Put simply, Movéo Fitness is living by and promoting to others PTA Global’s vision, core values and mission:

To passionately enhance the Health and Fitness Industry, creating success through enjoyment, education, and leadership for the facility, trainer, and client.

A coming together of the best minds in the health and fitness industry, PTA Global aspires to be the forerunner in behaviour-based exercise programming.  They want to show fitness professionals how to physically match and emotionally attach exercise programmes to their client’s goals, training style, existing ability and motivation.

Through PTAG’s online Behaviour Change in Exercise (BCE) Credential, as a qualified personal trainer you can learn the skills and gain access to PTAG’s tools to meet your clients where they are and take them where they want to go.  And more importantly, you can do this in a way that fits with who your client is and what makes them tick.  Watch this video – it says it all.

As Rodney Corn of PTA Global puts it perfectly, Behaviour Change in Exercise reminds us that as personal trainers “we’re exercising a person or writing a programme for a person, and that person is a human being not just a human body”.  The science only takes you so far.

20% off through Movéo Fitness

And now you have the opportunity to learn these career-changing skills at a discount!  A 20% discount to the normal price of US$299 means you only pay US$239.20, a saving of US$59.80.  Simply quote SAVINBCE when you book online here.

Having completed the course myself, I can’t stress enough how valuable the learning experience has been and how much my clients have benefitted.  Grab this chance while you can to learn how to build successful and lasting relationships with your clients, and ensure they keep coming back for more!

Deborah Savin-Curnier

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