Calling All Certified PTs - Joe Wicks is Expanding The Body Coach

Celebrity personal trainer Joe Wicks is on the search for three qualified PTs to join his globally recognised fitness brand. 

The 34-year-old from Epsom grew his brand, The Body Coach, to stardom back in 2014 when he transformed his Instagram platform into a conveyor belt of 15-second recipe videos, workout tips and before-and-after client photos.

Within months The Body Coach brand became one of the most followed fitness accounts on both Instagram and YouTube and now he wants to share that success with three PTS. 

In the job advertisement posted on his website on Saturday, Wicks said: 

I want to shine a spotlight on the UK's best and most inspiring trainers, and 3 candidates will get the chance to become the first new trainers on The Body Coach fitness team.”

The role will involve creating fitness content for the new Body Coach app, as well at the UK’s leading YouTube channel, Body Coach TV channel.

The successful candidates will receive mentorship and guidance from Wicks himself, £10,000 towards the launch or growth of their own business, plus a range of new equipment, including cameras for filming.

Wicks states that the level of experience to date is not critical, as long as they have prior practise in leading group classes or training personal clients. Above anything else, the successful candidates must be able to showcase confidence on camera and display a passion for helping others change their lives through fitness.

The fitness coach and author added:

“We're not just looking for trainers that specialise in HIIT either. Your focus could be yoga, barre, mobility, pilates, post-natal fitness, CrossFit, spin or strength and conditioning.”

The deadline for submission is Sunday 21st February and you can find the application form here.

Written by Annie Williams

Fitness Content Executive, OriGym

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Graduating from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA (Hons) in Journalism, Annie specialises in mental and physical wellbeing, with a specific interest in nutrition and mindfulness. Her long standing interest in fitness is what brought her to OriGym, and led her to become a qualified Personal Trainer and obtain specialist qualifications in Advanced Sports Nutrition. Annie’s primary professional attraction lies in following and tracking the ever-changing trends in the fitness industry. Beyond OriGym, Annie divides her time between personal writing, her passion for the countryside and mountain walking, and charitable runs.

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