New Website Provides Training Videos for Health and Fitness Professionals

Share Article announces a new Website for fitness, health, sports and nutrition professionals with over 1,500 online streaming videos.

The Website provides training videos for health professionals in a variety of disciplines to meet the needs of a fast growing market.

The fitness industry is growing rapidly. The U.S. Department of Labor expects 24% growth from 2010 to 2020. This has led to an increase in careers in fitness, training, exercise and related areas. With this growth comes an ever-increasing need for information and training materials. This information is needed to help people perform better in sports, get better results from their exercise and diet and improve their fitness levels.

The website meets the training needs of this industry with over 1,500 online videos. The videos cover all aspect of health and fitness, from the details of running a fitness business to specific subject areas such as strength training, coaching, nutrition, personal training, yoga and more.

“The goal of is to be a valuable resource for heath and fitness professionals by allowing easy access to a vast amount of knowledge they need to better perform their work,” says Tim Inwood Director of Marketing for “Access to relevant online video content that is easily viewed from any device will be highly valuable for the fitness professional and something they can use on a daily basis,” continued Mr. Inwood.

The videos are taught by leading instructors in the fitness industry and sanctioned by some of the most prestigious fitness associations in the country including ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine), NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association), IDEA Health and Fitness Association and NATA (National Athletic Trainers Association) to name a few.

The new site is a leading resource for fitness professionals and plans continued expansion with the addition of new videos and content in this growing market.

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