One of the questions the team at Active8 are sometimes asked is do personal fitness trainers in Bristol have a duty of care to clients.
The simple answer is, of course, yes.
But there’s more to it than that, and the Active8 personal trainers at Westbury Park and Clifton have several responsibilities to maintain for our clients.
A personal trainer in Bristol should be (as a bare minimum) a qualified individual who works on a 1-2-1 basis with a client to help them achieve their fitness goals.
The personal fitness trainers at Active8 provide a bespoke and unique fitness programme for each client that is tailored to their needs.
Each client is different, but some of the common fitness goals we help our clients to achieve can include weight loss, building core strength, improving overall fitness levels, or a combination of all of the above.
Our fitness and personal training experts in Bristol also work with athletes to help them improve their performance, fitness and endurance abilities.
Some of the elements that we consider a part of our duty of care to clients include the following:
To conduct a fitness assessment with new clients
To carry out 1-2-1 training sessions with each client
To tailor every programme to a client’s unique needs
To monitor client progress and report back regularly
To offer advice on lifestyle and nutrition if required
To be a positive influence for every client we see
To advise clients on the latest trends in the fitness industry
To recommend the assistance of other experts and therapists
These elements are not set in stone, but they do highlight the variety of ways in which Active8 personal trainers help our clients in Bristol.
To meet our team of trainers and therapists working from the Active8 Bristol fitness centres at Westbury Park and Clifton, please visit here.
To see how we start to tailor a fitness programme for our clients, why not take our online Health Questionnaire here.
To find out more about our team of personal fitness trainers in Bristol, please mail us at email@example.com.