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Returning to education after a break - My top 6 tips to get your head back in the learning game

12th March 2019
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Learning

Mel Bligh is a CORE Fitness Education student who achieved her L2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing and L3 Personal Training in 2019.

I'm a self-employed learning and development consultant and have been for the last 16 years. I specialise in leadership, team and culture development. In my work I facilitate leadership programmes, team workshops and 1:1 coaching.

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Mental Health Awareness Blog

10th October 2019
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Learning

This year World Mental Health Day is on Thursday 10th October, which coincides with the launch of CORE Fitness Education's new course in Mental Health Awareness. Below, I talk to CORE Fitness Education tutor Jason Feavers about mental health, and what we can do within the fitness industry to support the mental health of ourselves, our clients and our colleagues.

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Couch to 5k

30th September 2019
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Learning

On top of strength exercises that work all the major muscle groups two or more times a week, government guidelines currently state that we should all be getting 150 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise or 75 minutes of more vigorous activity per week. There are a plethora of ways you can do that, from abseiling to Zumba. I choose to clock up those weekly exercise minutes by going for a run.

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Five top tips to help you navigate the academic side of CORE Fitness Education courses

28th June 2019
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Learning

For many of our students their CORE Fitness Education course is the first time they've studied since school. This can seem like a daunting prospect; the practical exam is often more appealing.

Fortunately there are many things you can do to prepare yourself for the academic side of your CORE course which will make walking back into a classroom feel as smooth as possible.

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Pre & Post Natal Research & Guidelines

17th April 20189
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Fitness Industry

As a fitness company we promote nutrition and exercise for a wide variety of clients, but as we know there are a lot of key points to consider when training a Pre/Post Natal client due to the changes occuring during pregnancy. This can be down to energy levels, changes in diet due to foods they need to change or because they feel nauseous from their taste/texture as their pregnancy progresses. Plus on top of this there are many other hormonal and body changes that we as Personal Trainers need to be aware of before we even think about training a client and giving them nutritional advice.

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3 Reasons Why You Need A Oneshoo Profile

23rd August 2018
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Fitness Industry

The fitness industry is booming. On an almost daily basis we hear new fitness tips, weights vs. cardio debates, the latest fitness crazes, new classes to try and the hard-to- deny benefits of Yoga and Pilates.

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