CrossFit is a brand name for a training method which is high intensity, edgy, and produces results fast. It is a specialist training technique which is sometimes offered in regular health clubs, but more often than not in dedicated CrossFit facilities. CrossFit’s brand is underground and niche, with a small, personal community of hard-core fitness fanatics.
Delivering training using CrossFit requires an in-depth understanding of the high-intensity methods and the safety involved, as well as unusual equipment, such as tractor tyres.
In Health Club Management Magazine there is a debate as to whether CrossFit will ever become a mainstream training method, or indeed, whether it can. Will making CrossFit appeal to the mass-market reduce its appeal to its relatively small but growing number of devotees? You can read the full article here.
We believe that Crossfit is here to stay in its own raw and tough form. Its popularity is rising as more people are realising the benefits of a programme designed for fast results. What we love about health and fitness is the variety of exercise programmes available. There is something to suit everyone, whether they’re exercising to improve their strength, to lose weight, or just to get their heart rate up a couple of times a week. We wouldn’t want to see the end of something good just because someone thinks that it should be done by more people. Not everyone wants to do Zumba!
CrossFit trainers are some of the most dedicated and relentless trainers in the business, and they have to be. The clients want results and fast, and the PTs need to know how to make that happen. CrossFit trainers have attitude and can push themselves, and their clients, to extremes. Have you got what it takes?
We are currently recruiting CrossFit trainers for a fitness company in the Middle-East. If you’ve got what it takes, and you fancy working somewhere a bit (a lot) sunnier, with accommodation, and a tax-free salary, then please get in touch.
For more information on this job, and others in the Middle-East, please click here