Niagara college students want to help you get fit in 2018
If getting fit is one of your goals for 2018, Niagara College students want to help.
Students from Niagara College’s Fitness and Health Promotion program are ready to help approximately 100 individuals achieve their personal fitness goals this year.
The college program, based at the Welland Campus, is now accepting applications from community residents who are willing to commit to fitness assessments and weekly personal training sessions from February to April 2018.
Those who are accepted as clients will work with a second-year student from the college’s Fitness and Health Promotion program under the supervision of program faculty.
Each client will receive an initial fitness assessment, a free 50-minute training session each week for 11 weeks (to take place between the weeks of Feb. 5 and Apr. 23, inclusive), a personalized full-week training plan (to be completed outside of the college), a fitness assessment at the end of the program, as well as counseling along the way. There is no cost to the clients.
Community residents from all fitness levels are encouraged to apply. Student trainers will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must meet specific participation requirements to be accepted as clients.
All training sessions will take place at Niagara College’s Welland Campus.
Fore more information or to register click here.
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