Future Fit Tutor is nominated for Award!
The award's aimed at an activity professional who can demonstrate both a commitment to learning, whilst inspiration for both colleagues and consumers.
Jacqueline Hooton is not only a dedicated member of the Future Fit Training tutor team but runs her own fitness business and is a mother of five.
She plunged into her career in 2002 after a session with a personal trainer, when she realised that she didn't know any of the science behind what she was doing and decided to start her own learning journey. Jacqueline found that she could study and train clients around her home life which was a great benefit having young children.
Jacqueline, 51, has featured in many publications including Bella, Real People, and Muscle and Fitness, appeared on BBC’s The One Show and has an enthusiastic following on Twitter and Facebook. Making it her mission to demonstrate that age is no barrier to leading a healthy lifestyle.
“It doesn’t matter how old your are, what gender you are, how busy you are, how much money you have and even what disabilities you have (as brilliantly demonstrated through the Paralympics) everyone has a duty to themselves, their loved ones and wider society, to take care of their health their body.”
A deserving winner of UK Active's Recognition Award in June 2014, students often feedback on how much she has motivated them; she is known within the company for having an incredible work ethic and is always happy to share her passion and knowledge with others.
Jacqueline developed our first kettlebell courses and has vast experience of delivering a huge range of classes across many disciplines including ‘buggy’- a type of outdoor training for groups of post-natal clients. Drawing on her previous experience as an antenatal teacher for the National Childbirth Trust, and hands-on experience as a mum, she provides a social source of support in the weeks following childbirth.
In 2012, Jacqueline was invited to join the Reflex Nutrition team as a sponsored athlete and in 2012, she took up body-building. She was placed third in the Southern finals of the British Natural Bodybuilding Federation and in 2013 was placed second. In April 2014 she won first place at Hercules Olympia.
As you can see, Jacqueline leads by example and is an inspirational and motivational tutor whose passion for fitness and learning is unrivalled and she is a deserving candidate for this award.
You can submit your vote for Jacqueline here>>
But be quick voting closes on Wednesday 22nd November.