Were you once bored and wonderd how to train in a gym? What to do? What body part to exercise? Was it to be weights or cardio? or have you discovered X Training? And now train with motivation, aims and goals?
Let WGC know how X Training is helping you train.
WGC wants to know if your gym is running a X Training event.Â Is it a charity Day? Is it open for anybody to compete in? Are there pictures of the day? How many people in your gym are doing X Training?
Â X Trainers up and down the country would like to know where the event is.
Have you recently qualified as a gym Instructor? Or been in the Industry a while? Are you satisfied with your role within your gym? Or is there something you would like to say?
Please pass comment on how good your Personal Trainer is.
Also if you areÂ a Personal Trainer and would like to voice your opinion on the Industry, please do.
For example, a letter was recently published saying gyms were taking too much money off Personal Trainers in rent, increasing gyms profits, but hitting hard the Personal Trainer. possibly forcing the standard to drop to increase a higher number of clients, or forcing Personal Trainers into another trade for a higher incomeÂ – would you agree? Or has the gym got it right?
Personal Trainers are welcome to post comments.
A section for the members of gyms to tell WGC how good or bad their gym is. Try to keep comments positive. Good equipment? New range of equipemnt? Friendly staff? Good atmosphere ?
If you are a member of a gym and have something to say – please do.
Make comments regional. North, South, Midlands, North East, West, Wales, Scotland etc
The way to train for X Training events is a closely guarded secret. There are few people who are mentally and physically tough who take these challenges on.
Any tips in training – for events can be recorded here.
Any advice given is free and should be consulted with a professional person who can analyse your capabilities before you embark on strenuous activity.
WGC would like you to cast your vote on the currentÂ Poll (left blue column)Â on the Health and Fitness Â Industry.
Maybe you work as a Gym Instructor, Personal Trainer, or own a Gym and would like to cast a vote? You would know more then anybody because you are the people on the ground.
Maybe you have recently joined a gym? Care to vote? Is the gym you belong to taking a hands on view to get you fitter since you joined?
WGC has asked this question because it feels it is relevant to the vast sums of money being generated. Such a lucrative Industry should at some stage show how it can benefit it’s member or employee.
So, worker within the Industry, or member of the Industry.Â Do you feel you have benefited since you joined a gym? And are you getting either value for money or well paid for the job you do?Â Â Please vote or pass a comment.
The nutritional build up to any sporting event is crucial to ones performance. Please feel free to add any tips or advice on eating healthily and correctly before a X Training event.
Any advice given is free and should be consulted with a trained professional.
The WGC Newsletter will be availiable shortly. News, views offers and more info on X Training and the people that do it.
Check your mail filters as often is the case with mailshots it may go straight to spam or trash.
The sport is growing and so is the need to train properly. Advice from the top X trainers to anybody thinking about entering a X Training event is something that is hard to come by. Maybe a taster to the way you train is something that anybody thinking of taking up the sport could well respond to. This may in turn lead themÂ to change Â their habbits of a boring monontenous mediocre regime they may have fallen in toÂ and enter the next event in the Grand Prix series to spice up their training.
It is of course advice offerd freely and should only be considerd after taking appropriate advice from a suitably qualified person.