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The Fitness Zone

How Can I Become a Class Energizer?
October 11, 2014 | by

Are you enthusiastic and passionate about turning your love of fitness and wellbeing into a career? If so, you are well on your way to becoming our next Class Energiser!

“Class Energisers are highly regarded as one of the best awards as it is voted by your peers who you’ve shared your fitness learning journey with during your time with the Australian Institute of Fitness,’’ says Course Crusader, Tanna Wells from the Adelaide campus.

“A lot goes on during the program and some days are tougher than others. It’s the tough ones where your Class Energiser will give you that energy and positivity to help their tribe get through.’’

Don’t worry if you’re not the loudest person in the room; Class Energiser isn’t about that.

Our class Energisers are voted by their Tribe, as they are the type of person who, sometimes unknowingly, motivates others and brings out the best in others around them. They can be seen as a great support day in day out but also one who is always willing and striving give it a go; a climber, some would say!

Heading back to school by adding full-time or part-time study, into an already full life, can be a little overwhelming for some, but if you can bring your energy and enthusiasm like a potential Class Energiser would do, it can really have a great impact on your Tribe mates and prove a great role model for the industry.

Just remember, to be voted as a Class Energiser, you must maintain Master Trainer eligibility and at the time voted by your class!  

Good Luck!


Tanna is a Coach at the Australian Institute of Fitness SA/NT.

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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