From Book of Kells to Kettlebells

Its place in history is secured through hosting the Book of Kells but Trinity College has an eye on the future with a new course for personal trainers getting underway in September.

The new part-time course, powered by Body Training Systems, will be fully accredited and offer practical experience and knowledge from leading instructors in the fitness industry in areas such as anatomy and physiology, nutrition, kettlebells, body conditioning and resistance training.

Students will get the opportunity to study, train and enjoy what Trinity Sport has to offer in the heart of Dublin City.

The introduction of the new course highlights Trinity’s growing reputation in the area of sport.

Sponsorship from Bank of Ireland has assisted reshaping the facilities available to students and an expansion of the teams and services it offers.

The Strategic plan running from 2016 to 2020 has already delivered new pitch facilities at the Santry Sports Centre.

Michelle Tanner, Trinity’s Head of Sport is also the elected President of the European Network of Academic Sports Services, the first Irish President and the first Woman.

Trinity Sport are having an open day with the course instructors on Saturday 19th of August from 11am – 2pm in the Sports Centre.

Further details are available on the Trinity Sport website.

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