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Keiser UK has appointed Neil Troutman as new master instructor, tasked with building a team of master instructors to deliver Keiser’s M Series and Air training courses.

In addition, he will be developing a portfolio of training and educational material with Keiser, as well as working with SkillsActive to gain REPs accreditation for these new courses.

Troutman has more than 20 years’ experience in the health and fitness industry. He has worked as a global master trainer, with experience developing and gaining accreditation for training courses for other fitness equipment suppliers including Trixter and Lebert Fitness. As well as training roles, Troutman also has management experience for health club chains such as Virgin Active and leisure trusts like GLL.

Keiser UK commercial director Nick Startin said, “By recruiting a master trainer of Neil’s calibre, Keiser UK can enhance the quality of our training and education for instructors in the UK.

“In this way, we can highlight how Keiser’s relentless pursuit of engineering excellence can benefit their class participants and PT clients.”

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Keiser UK has appointed Neil Troutman as new master instructor, tasked with building a team of master instructors to deliver Keiser’s M Series and Air training courses.
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