Win a Personal Training Diploma Course from the National Academy of Sports Medicine

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Fitness isn’t a hobby. It’s a lifestyle. It’s not about losing weight or gaining muscle – it’s about being the best you can be. It’s about being human. It’s about inspiring others to do the same.

Becoming a fitness instructor or personal trainer gives you the freedom to take that passion and run with it. Turning your dedication into education and your passion into a pay cheque. It’s about being your own boss. It’s about unlocking your true potential and recognising you have the power to unlock someone else’s. It’s about having the power to change your community, the country… no, the world. It’s the power within you, to be who you want to be, to do what you want to and the live the life you want to live.

Can your current job do this? If it can’t, and you want more from life, sign up with the National Academy of Sports Medicine UK (NASM) today and take control of your destiny. Study online and work at the pace that suits you. Attend workshops with world eaders in fitness and health and graduate with a first-class qualification that will propel you into the growing fitness industry. The Diploma in Personal Training with NASM UK is internationally recognised, uses methods developed in the US, and will guarantee to help you stand out from the crowd.

With NASM you can study at the pace you want and fit it around your lifestyle, and with packages starting at £450 there’s never been a better time to upgrade your career.

For the opportunity to win a full Diploma in Personal Training with NASM UK simply answer the question below. (Closing date 4th April. On completing and submitting this form, you will automatically be entered into a draw to win a Personal Training Diploma.)

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