What is this HCS?
The Health Commitment Statement sets the standards that fitness professionals, health and fitness centres, and the users of these facilities and services can reasonably expect from each other, concerning the health of the user.
The aim of this statement is to support the evolving requirements of both myself and my clients. I am dedicated to helping you to improve your fitness and achieve your health and fitness goals through my online fitness programmes. However, exercise carries its own risks. Considering those risks as a fitness and quality professional, I have considered what we can reasonably expect of each other.
My Commitment to you
- I will try to motivate you to improve your fitness and achieve your fitness goals. However, I ask you not to exercise beyond what you consider to be your own exercise ability.
- I will take reasonable steps to make sure that I maintain and develop my qualifications and continous professional development (CPD), in line with the practice and guidelines of the industry’s regulatory bodies.
- I will regularly review the content of my programmes to make sure they are meeting appropriate fitness-industry standards and best practices.
- If you tell me that you have a disability that puts you at a substantial disadvantage in accessing my programmes, I will consider what adjustments, if any, are reasonable for us to make.
- I will take reasonable steps to bench-mark and develop the standards of The BioBeast Method, the company’s Quality Management and Strategic Systems and achieve local, regional and international standards to ensure that the BioBeast Method remains a fitness approach in line with industry best practices, the latest scientific research, and my knowledge and experience
Your Commitment to Me
- However much motivated you may be, do not exercise beyond your own abilities. If you know or are concerned that you have a medical condition that might interfere with you exercising safely before you access my programmes you should get advice from a relevant medical professional and follow that advice. It is also important for you to complete the PAR-Q form as part of your on boarding process. Failure to do so is in breach of this statement.
- It is important that you exercise in a safe environment. If you are using any equipment, make yourself aware of any rules and instructions, including warning notices, and follow them. Check your equipment before you use it.
- Exercise carries its own risks. When you are exercising, you are responsible for the risks involved. Do not carry out any activities which you have been told are not suitable for you. If you feel ill when following one of my programmes, stop and call the emergency services on 999 if you need to. You are requested to also communicate this with me via the accident form available through the members’ area. This allows me the opportunity to reassess the risk register, ensuring the register is maintained in a contemporaneous fashion.
- I have taken all reasonable steps to cater to people with disabilities. Follow any reasonable instructions to allow you to exercise safely. In some circumstances, it may be best to refer you to more specialist colleagues to better serve your fitness and health goals.