We are thrilled to announce we have teamed up with CARiFiT as a delivery partner for their instructor training courses. If you haven't heard of CARiFiT yet, they specialise in post-natal exercise, delivering functional training for new mums in the studio but also online. We have helped CARiFiT develop a fabulous 2 day training course for level 2 and 3 instructors. To learn more about the brand and the training we have caught up this month with Vern Hill, the founder of CARiFiT. Enjoy the read about how the idea came to Vern and how CARiFiT has developed over time.
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In this month's blog Michelle Dand, Head of Fitness Product and Programming at David Lloyd Leisure, talks to Ad-Lib Training about the positive way she is interpreting the current fitness landscape by creating new and innovative programmes such as Blaze and Rhythm…
Read my blog this month where I have a chat with Chris Jones, Fusion Lifestyle's Group Sports and Community Development Manager, and discuss how leisure operators can support the government's ambitions to build an active nation…
At Ad-Lib Training, we always like to connect with others who share our vision to promote mental wellbeing and physical activity in the community.
Rebecca has been catching up with our partner Reinvent Lifestyle. Warwick Wyatt shares all about his motivations, the brand and what the future holds.
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust Acute Occupational Therapy Team commissioned Ad-Lib Training to help them deliver their vision of supporting their mental health patients adopt a healthier and more active lifestyle. Shakira successfully completed and passed the course. Articulate and with a passion for physical activity and health Shakira kindly agreed to share her thoughts a year after passing her assessment.
A book review: How to Break Up With Your Phoneby Catherine Price.
As you know, I started out on the journey of a phone detox after reading how usage can affect your mental health, as well as physical aspects… And what a journey it has been.
I first qualified to work in the fitness industry in 1991....
Lost your focus?
The most popular New Year resolutions out there are all about health, fitness, wellbeing, new experiences as well as looking and feeling great. Why wouldn’t we want to achieve this? Let’s keep on the pursuit..
My work in exercise and mental health as well as my own personal journey (I still have some battles) has shown me that despite these more enlightened times, there remains a strong stigma around mental health.. What are your thoughts?