Becoming the Personal Training Executive Part 3

by John Hardy |   Date Released : 14 Dec 2004
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John Hardy

About the author: John Hardy

Educator, Author, Personal Trainer, Coach, Entrepreneur, Consultant, John Hardy MSc joined the fitness industry in 1994 as a Sports Performance Coach. He continues as a consultant, with a combined focus of rehabilitation and injury prevention, as well as high level physical performance.

In the past 16 years, John has achieved continual professional education from the following subject-matter-experts & organisations:

  • Gary Gray & Dave Tiberio/Gray Institute (Fellow of Applied Functional Science
  • Vern Gambetta’s GAIN Programme
  • FAKTR-PM – Stool Assisted Massage
  • Fascial Manipulation – Antonio Stecco
  • Bob Esquerre, Managing Co-Director, Esquerre Fitness Group International
  • National Academy of Sports Medicine [NASM]
  • National Strength & Conditioning Association [NSCA]
  • Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehabilitation Technique [FAKTR-PM]
John has lectured for some of the most noted fitness club organizations in the world including Virgin Active, David Lloyd, LA Fitness and Esporta.

As a world renowned author and lecturer, John has provided high level fitness content for the following companies &/or products: Premier Training, PTontheNet, FitPro, Register of Exercise Professionals, ViPR, CoreStick, Escape Fitness and The GRAY Institute - GIFT Program.

John has authored and co-authored the courses for FASTER Health and Fitness, including:

  • Advanced Functional Trainer – Skills
  • Advanced Functional Trainer – Assess and Solve
  • Diploma in Functional Performance
  • Diploma in Functional Therapy
  • Diploma in Golf Performance
  • FASTER Trainer Expert
  • Obsessed about the Foot and Ankle
  • Obsessed about Functional Programme Design
  • Business Fix
John is also the founding Partner of FASTER Health and Fitness, a global education company with exclusive Personal Training venues in London.

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