Welcome to the InnerFight internship.H1qYadpUoZq3zA1k.jpg

This program has been developed in line with the InnerFight vision of “making people better at life” to share information with, educate and inspire those who take part in it.

Who is it for? The program is aimed at 3 populations:

  • Coaches: We appreciate that there are a number of highly qualified coaches out there. Through our program we will add to their kit bag of skills and teach the InnerFight approach to making people better and changing lives through physical exercise.
  • Aspiring coaches / enthusiasts: You may be someone who is interested in fitness and wants to know more. You may even be someone who is considering a career change and thinking about becoming a coach.
  • Students: We want students to get a real life experience whilst they compete their studies so they can graduate with more than just the the know how but have the ability to apply their skills.How long does it last?

The InnerFight internship is a 60 hour program structured over a 12 week period with up to 6 hours of contact time per week. It must be completed within 24 weeks from commencement but can also be condensed into 4 weeks.

For more details or to apply to intern with us please mail us

Our Interns

20170605 Minhal Bhojani (2)

Minhal began coaching out of his garage gym with a vision to help people live a more positive lifestyle. Through his own life changing experience with fitness, Minhal believes in the positive journey an active lifestyle can have on all areas of life and strives to bring out this potential in others.


Jamie walked away from a successful career in the corporate world to help people achieve all they can. His diverse background comes with an understanding of the complex and dynamic nature of sport, health and fitness and a keen interest in people and athlete development. Jamie has a passion for getting people active with all the benefits that brings and works to get people from where they are to where they want to be.

20170821 Anton Long-sent (1)

Anton Long

20170816- John Morgan-sent (2)

“I spent most of my 20’s working in various jobs and industries that I had no interest in. When I finally decided to start my own personal training business, I knew it was because it was something I genuinely wanted to do. With that, I realise the importance of always striving to learn and get better at what I do. I can never know too much, or have too much experience, and I strongly believe that having an awareness of how much I don’t know is what will help me continuously grow and develop as a coach.” – John Morgan