Who Should See A Personal Trainer?
How Often Should I See My Trainer?
The number of visits with your personal trainer depends on your specific needs and goals, along with your trainer's recommendation. The more often you meet with your personal trainer the easier it will be to acheive success!
Our personal training staff are available to provide you with safe and progressive programs to help meet your health and fitness goals! Whether you are just becoming active or want advanced training for specific goals we can provide you with the knowledge and direction to help you achieve your desired results.
All personal trainers employed with Recreation Services are certified through the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology (CSEP) as Certified Personal Trainers (CPT) or Certified Exercise Physiologists (CEP). CSEP is the GOLD STANDARD of health and fitness professionals dedicated to getting Canadians active safely by providing the highest quality customized and specialized physical activity and fitness programs, guidance and advice based on extensive training and evidence-based research.
Additionally, many of our trainers have completed their Bachelor of Kinesiology degree (B.Kin) ensuring that they can provide our members with the best research based program development and delivery available.
Fitness attendants are employed by Recreation Services to help you on your journey towards an Active Healthy Lifestyle! The Fitness Attendant (wearing a blue staff shirt) is there to ensure a safe and respectable exercise environment suitable for members of all ages and abilities. Aside from monitoring the Active Living Centre and the Joe Doupe Recreation Centre, fitness attendants strive to inspire, educate and motivate anyone and everyone about the benefits of adopting an active, healthy lifestyle.
All fitness attendants are certified with CPR /First Aid/AED training and are Certified Personal Trainers through the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology.
So whether you have a question about your current fitness program, looking for something new or simply need a spot; ask a Fitness Attendant, they are there to help you!
NEW!!! We have introduced four new all inclusive personal training packages including Peak Peformance, Functional Movement Analysis, Jump Start and Endurance Performance. Read about these programs and who they are for in our personal training and assessment services below menu.
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*Please note that personal and group training is prohibited (in Active Living Centre, Frank Kennedy Centre, Max Bell Centre, IGAC and Joe Doupe Recreation Centre) by any individual(s) not employed as a Recreation Services Certified Personal Trainer.
We require 24 hours notice for any cancellations or appointment changes, otherwise there will be an additional $30.00 charge.
Follow our blog to get tips, tricks, advice and education in the world of personal training. Our pros have some great information for you to read to help you acheive your health and fitness goals!
"Tips from the Trainer" is a video and text-based feature that offers technical advice for exercise, opportunities to become physically active and information and resources on many other topics that focus on health promotion and healthy living. With the risk of disease and the economic cost of health care on the rise, we feel it is important to continue to educate our community on the benefits of leading an active and healthy lifestyle.
All Tips from the Trainer authors are Recreation Services professionals and students who are experts in the field of health promotion and healthy living. Visit this page often to view our latest segment or follow us on our social media feeds to get the latest updates.
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