Get qualified online with Australia’s leading college of personal trainers. We give you the chance to maintain your active lifestyle and share the benefits with your future clients. We design our online personal training courses with your goals in mind, providing you with a range of tools and options so you can advance your fitness career. Our flexible courses allow you to enjoy what you are currently doing and prepare for you for a smooth transition - from a dedicated student to a successful qualified personal trainer or business owner.
fitnessU values your independence and freedom while studying fitness education. Through its flexibility, range of choices and unrivalled support, it fits your active lifestyle and need to succeed. It's never been simpler to do what you want to do - and to make a real difference to your life and the lives of others.
fitnessU is more than a personal training course, it’s a lifestyle. We have developed fitnessU Certificate III and Certificate IV Qualifications to fit YOU, the way you live and the way you want to learn, so you can GO FOR IT! in your study, career and lifestyle.
In addition to recruiting mentors from our network of 10,000 fitness professionals to support you both online and offline, we've added tools such as insurance, Network membership and practical components on running a business and marketing so you can hit the ground running. Add to this the credibility of being backed by Australian Fitness Network’s 27 years of fitness industry experience and you have a personal training course that is not only tailored to YOU, but to the needs of today's industry.
Studying to become a personal trainer at fitnessU gives you the tools, training and team support you need to truly go for it in your fitness career.
Learn. Train. Transform. fitnessU. GO FOR IT!SHOW ME.
Years of Experience
We interviewed one of our valued fitnessU staff members about his career and experience working with fitnessU. Here's what he had to say:
We interviewed one of our valued pro-trainers about her experience in the industry and as a fitnessU mentor. Here's what she had to say:
We interviewed one of our valued pro-trainers about his experience in the industry and as a fitnessU mentor. Here's what he had to say:
We interviewed one of our valued pro-trainers about her experience in the industry and as a fitnessU mentor. Here's what she has to say:
We interviewed one of our valued students about her experience with fitnessU. Here's what she had to say:
Understanding the nature of willpower is as important as a list of resolutions or fitness goals when it comes to tipping the scales towards success for both trainers and their clients. Here are 7 simple ways to boost your willpower throughout the day.1. Flex your willpower muscle but avoid overwhelming it with too much too often.
We interviewed one of our valued fitnessU staff members about her career and her experience working at fitnessU. Here's what she had to say:
In the industry for 9 years – with Network for 7 years.
We interviewed one of our valued students about his experience with fitnessU. Here's what he had to say.
I was an over weight child, loved the sweets and didn’t move anywhere near as much as I should have. I started to get into fitness as a teenager in high school (not drastically); I made a few changes to my daily routine and I started to feel better and have more energy. Even a small change of walking an extra 30 minutes to a bus stop where my friends were everyday made such an impact on my health. My boyfriend was into training and showed me a few things at the gym. I fell in love with Pump and Spin classes (I do love my dance music)!
After weighing up the signs that it might be time to call it quits with your personal trainer, you may have decided that your “relationship” is not meeting your needs. But how do you break up with your personal trainer without feeling guilty? Follow these four tips to ensure a civil and guilt-free break-up.1. Face up and be honest.
Rather than making up excuses, be clear and concise; for example, if you’re on a tight budget and can no longer afford to pay for your training sessions simply say so. No one wants to sit through an episode of "The Bold and the Beautiful"; keep it short and sweet.
Approach the owner or manager of the gym and be straightforward with your concerns. While you may not want to tarnish your trainer, if the issue is a serious one, it is up to management to address it.
If you’re struggling to find "the one", why not learn the knowledge and skills to be your own personal trainer. FitnessU offers Certificate III in Fitness (SIS30313) and Certificate IV in Fitness (SIS40210) to get you started on your fitness journey. #goforit!