TRAINFITNESS today announced their latest international partnership with ECAF, Colombia. The partnership will see ECAF delivering workshops of both T3 and fx exercise programmes to fitness professionals in Colombia.
Through the partnership, fitness professionals will be trained in the delivery of T3 sessions and fx classes, enabling them to deliver these workouts around the country. TRAINFITNESS will support ECAF with initial training and set up and with ongoing development.
The partnership has been spearheaded in Colombia by Esteban Merchan O, an international fitness presenter who started out in the industry as an aerobics and step instructor 15 years ago. Esteban has great experience and a wealth of knowledge of the industry, with ten years’ experience as a personal trainer and fitness instructor as well as eight years as a Pilates and TRX instructor.
TRAINFITNESS has been designing and delivering group exercise programmes since 2003 and has several international partnerships in place: China, Australia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, Iceland and South Korea. ECAF, established in 2008, has trained more than 3,000 trainers and believes in continuous and quality coaching for its students. With government support for education and fitness training, ECAF are in an excellent position to deliver training in TRAINFITNESS exercise programmes
Speaking on the partnership, Education Manager Esteban Merchan O said “We’re delighted to announce the partnership with TRAINFITNESS. TRAINFITNESS are well established and have an excellent reputation for designing and delivering exercise programmes. We’re very excited to start delivering fx and T3 workshops to fitness professionals here in Colombia”
“We thrive on working with partners who share the same values as us; commitment to learning and high quality education. ECAF have a fantastic reputation and we’re thrilled to begin work with them to introduce our results-driven programmes in Colombia” commented TRAINFITNESS Director, Steele Williams
Training will begin in October with the first wave of coaches launching later that month.