Personal trainers need a basic understanding of what constitutes a healthy diet to provide clients with maximum energy and give them the healthiest body possible.
When it comes to personal training though, a trainer’s role is to help people’s bodies perform at their best and, therefore, a personal trainer may need to provide advice about nutrition and have an understanding of how the client may be affected by their diet.
Whether the client has embarked on a training program to lose weight, increase sport performance or simply to have a healthier lifestyle, clients should follow the principles of a healthy diet in order to gain the most positive effects from their training. This doesn’t mean they should significantly reduce their calorie or food intake, but it does mean that their personal trainer should encourage them to have a healthy balanced diet to make the most benefits from their fitness regime.
Clients may ask for nutritional advice
As their personal trainer, a client may ask you for advice when it comes to eating healthily and what is the best diet for sport.
It is important that a personal trainer has a clear grasp of nutrition in order to provide them with professional advice. At Entire Training, we ensure that all of our personal trainers are educated in nutrition on our fitness courses and also on how to provide advice in the industry.
A healthy diet aids recovery and prevents injury
As well as the time spent training itself, recovery time is equally important for a person to make positive gains from their fitness regime.
During their recovery days and even following a training session, the food the client eats will help recover the muscle that has been acutely damaged during training. This will inevitably strengthen the muscle and make the client fitter.
In the same way that a healthy balanced diet aids recovery, it can also help to avoid injury. This is important when it comes to consistency and motivation during training.
Of course, with most personal trainer training courses you will be educated on nutrition. However, at Entire Training, we examine in more detail the importance of nutrition to help prepare our trainers for the profession.
Our Level 3 Award in Nutrition for Physical Activity is an extremely popular course that looks at nutrition in more detail. It includes sports nutrition, balancing diets, managing weight and scrutinizing food labels to fully understand nutritional values. Not only will it help you as a personal trainer, it may influence your own food choices too.
For more information on our exclusive fitness qualifications you can contact a member of the Entire Training team by calling 01772 910950 (North) or 0203 8418880 (South). Alternatively, you can contact us online and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Entire Training’s dedicated support team provide helpful advice and information to all learners for the duration of the course. Calls from your tutor and the support team will ensure you have all the necessary information required to succeed on the course. Our award-winning tutors have extensive experience working for a variety of clients within the industry, helping them to pass on valuable information to learners. Entire Training use state-of-the-art facilities at exclusive venues and offer payment plans that can help you take your first steps towards becoming a personal trainer.
At Entire Training we are committed to raising industry standards through the development of highly trained and motivated fitness professionals. Our aim is to provide passionate fitness enthusiasts with an affordable qualification that will lead to a career they want. The aim is to provide an effective learning environment and support across all our courses we deliver.
We carefully select training venues, tutors, resources and support staff that want to see students succeed in the industry. Our goal is to provide the best platform for our students in their journey to a new career ensuring they develop the right skills and knowledge along the way.
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