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Lifetime Training has launched a new ‘Personal Train Yourself’ course aimed at encouraging fitness enthusiasts to expand their knowledge base and improve their workout quality when using a PT isn’t an option.

The course is designed to help fitness aficionados gain the knowledge to train for an event, save money on PT sessions, create their own fitness programmes and better understand their training regime. It is also intended to maintain training quality and intensity for those who typically rely on a PT, but may find themselves on the road or in need of an impromptu workout.

Elite athletes such as Olympic javelin thrower and Team GB captain Goldie Sayers, Team GB Decathlete John Lane, as well as fitness enthusiast and Sky Sports News presenter Kirsty Gallacher have all signed up to take part in the programme.

“I workout with a trainer two to three times a week but I also train on my own,” said Gallacher.

“Although my trainer gives me a bespoke programme, I sometimes feel that I lack confidence. Am I doing things right? Am I going to get the right results? I love fitness and want to develop my knowledge base. I also feel that with a greater depth of understanding, I will enjoy my training more.”

Lifetime Training is eager to tap into society’s growing emphasis on wellness and believes greater understanding will help consumers achieve better training results.

“There are many fitness enthusiasts who have a real desire to understand their training protocols and programmes so they can meet their goals and excel in whatever sport or event they choose to participate in,” said Mike Jones, commercial director at Lifetime Training.

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Lifetime Training has launched a new ‘Personal Train Yourself’ course aimed at encouraging fitness enthusiasts to expand their knowledge base and improve their workout quality when using a PT isn’t an option.
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Fitness enthusiast and <i>Sky Sports News</i> presenter Kirsty Gallacher is among those to have signed up to for the programme