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AIF Announces Industry Partnership with Again Faster
July 23, 2020 | by Jessica Bryant

Australia’s largest and longest established fitness training organisation, the Australian Institute of Fitness (AIF), has partnered with Again Faster Equipment, Australia’s leading provider of fitness equipment in the Industry. This partnership will ensure the highest quality fitness equipment is used during practical lessons of AIF’s popular Master Trainer Program™.  

From June 2020, students wishing to become a Personal Trainer through AIF will have access to Again Faster equipment within AIF’s world-class campus gyms. Access to quality gym equipment is extremely beneficial for the students at AIF, but also for AIF’s expert Coaches. According to Australian Institute of Fitness Queensland Training Team Leader, Shaun Radford, “We are genuinely excited about this partnership with Again Faster, as quality equipment only leads to better training outcomes for both Personal Trainers and clients. By having reliable equipment we can work on teaching the robust curriculum, leading to less downtime due to failure". 

The intent behind this industry partnership is to improve the professional training, career readiness, quality career equipment and aids, and develop mutual business and industry opportunities for the students of AIF. Providing the students and graduates of AIF with discounts on functional training equipment, is one of the many ways Again Faster will be providing a career head-start to these aspiring Personal Trainers; a service that AIF is also adamant on providing. 

According to Kim Horner, Head of Operations at the Australian Institute of Fitness, who was a driving force behind the industry partnership between the two parties: “An industry connection such as this is so valuable, especially when both companies have aligned values and intentions. I look forward to seeing how we’re able to work together to achieve a common goal for our graduates stepping out into the fitness industry.” 

The Australian Institute of Fitness and Again Faster are looking forward to a harmonious partnership, providing significant value to students, staff and graduates of the AIF. 


Jessica Bryant is the National Communications Manager at the Australian Institute of Fitness.

This content is not intended to be used as individual health or fitness advice divorced from that imparted by medical, health or fitness professionals. Medical clearance should always be sought before commencing an exercise regime. The Institute and the authors do no take any responsibility for accident or injury caused as a result of this information.

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