PERSONAL TRAINING

It’s time you had a partner in your pursuit of a healthier life. Connect with a Personal Trainer who’s invested in helping you succeed. Together, you’ll create a plan that suits your body, taps into your strengths and delivers real results

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Individual Personal Training

We will match you with the right coach for your needs, and help you to create a schedule that works for you.

 

Choose one weekly session as an anchor workout to motivate and keep you accountable. Or, make it two or three times a week, and attack your fitness goals with a no-excuses coach dedicated to help you be your best.

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Partner Personal Training

Allow your budget to stretch a bit further.

 

Get the motivation of a partner by your side with the attention of a dedicated coach. Whether you are looking for strength training, flexibility, cardio conditioning, or a combination, our coaches, trainers, and instructors will show you how to banish “boring” from your workout vocabulary.

Junior Personal

Training

We’re dedicated to help your junior be their best.

Our certified fitness coaches can help determine what your teen is capable of and teach them how to exercise safely, effectively, and most importantly, how to have some fun so these habits stick into adulthood.

24 hours notice is required to reschedule your appointment or a fee will apply.

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What to Expect

The Three-Step Process

Each session is customized to meet your evolving needs. Together, you and your trainer will find interesting, innovative and effective ways to keep you moving toward your goals.

During your sessions, your Personal Trainer can focus on only you. Your new partner will help you set specific goals, maximize your workout time and hold you accountable — all based on your personality, ability and communication style.

Assess

Start with a simple assessment of your goals and preferences.

Plan

Create a plan designed to get you the results you want.

Act

Work as a team to reach the milestones set forth in your plan.

Two Ways to Get Started

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1) Aeronautical Engineering or EASA 66 Maintenance course?


If your goal is to become a maintenance engineer then I would recommend you doing easa66 course Because this course is all about maintenance on commercial aircrafts. Aeronautical Engineering is all about design and manufacturing. It will take you longer time to become maintenanc engineer after Aeronautical Engineering.




2)How long does it take to become an engineer?


Minimum 5 years. After e a s a 66 course you will need 2 years of work experience to apply for basic license. Once you get your basic license you can go for aircraft type rating and SOJT(STRUCTURED OJT) to endorse your aircraft type rating on your license .

After Aeronautical Engineering you will be required to have 5 years of work experience to apply for your basic license. 1 or 2 years more for aircraft type rating , SOJT for the first type and Authorization.




3)How many license do I need ?


If you are in Europe than only Easa 66 license will do but if you are in Asia or middle East than you will be required to have local license .




4)) why should I get Easa 66?


Most airlines and maintainence repair organization require Easa endorsed license . It makes it a bit easy to find a job .




5)Is the salary structure different for Easa license and local license ?


Yes , Easa license holder gets higher salary depending on your location




6)Should I study B1( Mechinal) or B2 ( Avionics)?


It depends on what you are good at . Most airlines doesn't allow B2 engineer to release aircraft. Having both B1/B2 is also a good option .




7)How much does Easa 66 course cost ?


Complete course ranges from 20,000 usd - 30,000 . If you choose only modules than around 7-10,000 USD .




8)Should I do aircraft type rating or company whom I work for will provide that ?


You won't be able to do aircraft type training if you aren't working for any airline or maintenance repair organization. Airline or MRO covers aircraft type rating.




9)Can I be licensed Aircraft engineer after Aeronautical/Aerospace degree ?


Yes , definitely you can but still you'll have to go through local National Aviation Authority examinations to get your Aviation maintenance engineer license .




10)Can I join in as an Aircraft maintenance engineer after Aeronautical/Aerospace degree?


No, you can't be an approved licensed Aircraft engineer just based on your degree. You'll still need work experience as a mechanic to quality for your NAA license. Holding a degree / Basic EASA66 license or even Easa66 EASA66 endorsed license doesn't mean you can start releasing aircraft as soon as you join aviation. You still need go through several trainings , work experiences and your MRO/Airlines Quality & Safety department to get your Authorization which isn't that easy.




11)Can I release Aircraft without EASA66 endoresed ?


Yes and No. Some airlines or NAA does approve EASA66 BASIC license holder with type rating to certify and release aircraft under their Quality department but you'll still need to get local NAA after certain period of time .




12)I just endoresed my EASA66 license,will I be able to move to any 5 star airline ?


Most 5star airlines require 2~3 years certifying experience not just an endorsed license without any certification experience.




13)What is the salary range if I get my EASA66 license?


It depends on your license and aircraft types . CAT A ,CAT B,CAT C and the number of aircraft types you hold . Income ranges from 1500US~11,000US monthly.




14)Can I repeat tasks on my Easa logbook?


No, you certainly can't. You can't write same tasks on the same aircraft type several times. Filling logbook like that wouldn't help you in any way . For example if you do operation test of flight controls on A320 and on B777 that you can certainly write as these are 2 different aircraft types.




15)I have completed my Easa 66 modules .can I apply as engineer?


No No no . You cannot. You need work experience as a mechanic for atleast 5 years to apply for Basic Easa 66 license and an aircraft type rating to qualify as an engineer .




16)I completed my EASA66 modules , can I do my aircraft type rating now , will it help me to get a job?


Do no waste your money doing a type rating soon after your EASA66 modules if you don't have any work experience. Having a type rating after modules without experience doesn't help you . Even if you are hired ,you'll still be a mechanic and type rating would be wasted as it expires in 3 years if not endoresed on your EASA66 license .




17)What is EASA 66?


The European Aviation Safety Agency Implementing Rule (IR) Part 66 is the aviation regulation which defines the conditions by which a maintenance engineer is able to gain (through a company approval) authorisation to work on, certify and release an aircraft into service after a maintenance operation.




18)what is EASA 147?


EASA Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation Approval is the European standard fort the approval of maintenance training organisations and it has two parts; basic training and aircraft type rating training. The basic training covers requirements for the issue of a Part 66 aircraft maintenance licence.




19) What is EASA 145?


European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 145 Approval is a company level certification to the European Commission Regulation standards of design, production, maintenance and operation of aircraft components.




20) What is part M?


The objective of EASA Part M is Continuing Airworthiness Requirements. Part M concerns specifically the continuing airworthiness of aircraft and aeronautical products, parts and appliances together with the approval of organizations and personnel involved in these tasks.




21)What is SOJT(structured on job training)?


Structured OJT is different from regualr OJT . SOJT is approved OJT for a specific aircraft type and currently cn only be done in Europe . It is a requirement from EASA to get your first aircraft type rating endorsed on your license .




22)will I become licensed engineer after getting Easa basic B1 license?


definitely Not! After getting your basic license you would still need SOJT on the first type rating to endorse your type rating on your license. Even after having an endorsed Easa license , releasing an aircraft is not possible unless and until you have authorization from your Quality manager .




23)I have basic Easa license , can I do B787 as my first type rating ?


if your purpose is to endorse B787 on your basic license as your first time then i wouldn't recommend it as it would be nearly impossible to find SOJT for B787 endorsement. Most aviation organisations have A320 SOJT for first type endorsement.




24)how can I be sure if the Easa course is legit?


ask for the Easa approval certificate or check on Easa approval list of 145 and 147 organisations.




25)I did my type rating 3 years ago , can I still endorse it?


nope. Endorsement should be done before 3years. Easa module expire in 10 years , Easa license expires in 5 years .




26)can I endorse my license after OJT?


no. You will need SOJT also for first type endorsement not only OJT.





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