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North America Fitness & Sports Peninsula Training Academy

We provide Kettlebell Certification Instructor Training and other Fitness Workshops in Hong Kong, China, other parts of Asia, Europe and North America. We supply Kettlebells to all major gym clubs in Hong Kong.

‟Canada has the best fitness trainers and training programs in the world.”
- David Patchell-Evans, Founder & CEO, GoodLife Fitness - August 19, 2011.

‟One must have goals and purpose in life. Preparation is key. Keep your passion in fitness!”
- Jillian Michaels, CanFitPro 2013 Conference, Toronto, Canada.


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The Advisory board is a board comprised of fitness and sports specialists and trusted advisors to which the board of directors and/or the owner will look to for input regarding fitness and sports certification, training curriculum, workshops, the competency and qualification of trainers, and other important business aspects of the Training Academy. This advisory board is set up to address recurring matters, or specific matters relating to the Training Academy. However, the advisory board members do not have any liability or accountability as the regular board of directors, officers or the owners of the business.

Our Board of Directors are members of the Canadian Fitness Professionals (CanFitPro), therefore, our accredited training courses are internationally recognized.

  • Establish accreditation standards
  • Evaluate compliance with the standards
  • Recognize organizations/programs which demonstrate compliance
  • Serve as a resource on quality certification

  • CanFitPro was founded in 1993, the largest provider of education in the Canadian Fitness industry. It has almost 70,000 members (fitness professionals, health club operators, industry suppliers & fitness consumers) across Canada & over 25 countries.
  • CanFitPro demonstrates commitment & high standard of competency & ability in the Fitness industry.
  • A CanFitPro certification establishes a benchmark for quality, excellence, enthusiasm & education in the Fitness industry.
  • Courses that are approved for CanFitPro Continuing Education Credits (CECs) entitle the participants who complete the courses to receive CanFitPro credits & to maintain their certification with CanFitPro.
  • Continuous training demonstrates a dedication to self-improvement and a commitment to providing motivation and information for all participants
  • Recognized internationally

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As members of the Health profession, our Sports and Fitness Trainers have ethical responsibilities to their employers, clients, society, colleagues, as well as to other health professionals. The following ethical foundations for professional activities in the field of health, fitness and sports serve as a Code of Conduct for practicing professionals. The Code implements many of these foundations in the form of rules of ethical conduct. Noncompliance with the Code may affect an individual’s initial or continuing status as a recognized certified professional by the North America Fitness & Sports Peninsula Training Academy.

Ethical Foundations

1. The Trainer-Client relationship: In a trainer-client relationship, the trainer has an obligation to respect the rights of clients, colleagues, and other health professionals. Trainers have an obligation to communicate only factual information and never misrepresent competency on any level particularly one that is outside the scope of the profession. Trainers must respect that the right of a client to make his/her own choices about his/her health activities is fundamental. The principle of justice requires strict avoidance of discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or any other basis that would constitute illegal discrimination (justice).

2. Trainer conduct and practice: The sports and fitness trainer should only deal honestly with clients and colleagues. This includes not misrepresenting himself or herself through any form of communication in an untruthful, misleading, or deceptive manner. Furthermore, maintenance of professional competence through study, application, and enhancement of health and fitness knowledge and skills is an obligation of the practicing personal trainer.

3. Avoiding conflicts of interest: Potential conflicts of interest are inherent in the practice of the professional trainer. Personal trainers are expected to recognize such situations and deal with them in accordance with the best interests of the client.

4. Professional relations: The sports and fitness trainer should respect and cooperate with other trainers, fitness instructors, and allied health professionals. The sports and fitness trainers should not participate in activities of a professional nature, nor represent themselves as qualified to perform tasks, which are outside the scope of their profession.

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