Become a TrainerI am a TrainerCourses / ResourcesCertificationProgram OverviewFull Time DiplomaFast TrackPersonalized Fast TrackHome StudyFast Track & Sports NutritionSports Performance & Fitness NutritionIndividual CoursesFitness Theory Course – Step 1PT Basics – Step 2PT Comprehensive – Step 3CPR and First Aid for FitnessOptional CoursesWeight Training 101ApprenticeshipsAqua FitnessGroup & Boot CampsNutritionContinuing EdACEACSMBCRPANSCA-ISSANutritionPodcastsBookstoreStudent ResourcesPT InsuranceMarketing Muscle – The Marketing and Sales Generation WorkbookBusiness FormsInteractive Anatomy – Muscles in MotionNSCA Study PackageStudy AidsInfofitAbout Infofit EducatorsFounded in 1989, Infofit crested the standard for educating fitness professionals across Western Canada.27 years later, Infofit is still the largest and most established fitness education facility in western Canada.Check us out! I Need a TrainerFace to FaceOnlineBlogSmoking – What It Does To Your BodySmoking = sagging skin, premature wrinkles, yellow teeth and bad breath.Spring Allergies – The Holistic SolutionWhat if you could boost your body’s own ability to fight those allergies? Faculty & StaffAndré Noël PotvinCathie GlennonHal SmithChris HughesLeah RuppelFran QuintanaDella VorshukPortia PhelpsSherry McReynoldsShaira ThobaniKimberley GageNikki HangAlice HauEmployment PartnersInfofit graduates are in very high demand. BC has a variety of companies that regularly employ Infofit graduates. Below you will find a list of those employers and their contact details.Get Hired Now! ContactSite Search October 2020 Why Warm Ups are an Important Aspect of a Workout Warming the body up before a workout is beneficial for many reasons Post-arrival Communication with Students and Co-arriving Family Members, Includes: Stress your Body to Relax your Mind! How to Exercise to Bust Through a Bad Mood Does it matter what kind of exercise? The timing of the exercise? The intensity? International Students COVID 19 Protocols ACL Injury: Returning from Rehab Back to the Gym In this article, we will review contributing factors, the anatomy of the anterior cruciate ligament, knee biomechanics, stages of rehabilitation and safe program design for working with a client who has sustained this specific injury.