These pictures capture “The Power of Play.” Exercise has long been believed to have to feel like work. Newer trends are leaning toward bringing play back into the lives of adults. We tend to stop playing around the adolescent years, and people’s health declines as a result of less and less movement over the years. The purpose of a day at the park is to bring back the fun factor into our students workouts.
By demonstrating creative ways to exercise, our students will be empowered to help their clients stay engaged and prevent boredom. This trend is gaining enough momentum that some are even calling workouts “play-outs.” The reasoning is simple- a “workout” sounds like work. And if a trainer has their client smiling AND sweating, they have the power to change lives.
Do you feel the same passion to teach people exercises, aid in their physical fitness and push them to their potential? Check out The College of Health Care Professions (CHCP) personal fitness trainer program. By getting your personal fitness trainer certification, you can make a career out of working out and encouraging the health and well-being of others.