Calling all Fitness fanatics and gym rats!
We are a growing health and fitness company called Keep Fit Kingdom.
Our mission is to help a billion people keep moving and reach the age of 100 years happily and in good health!
Due to expansion, we have another 3 exciting opportunities for interns and apprentices who wish to gain serious experience in the health and fitness industry as an aspiring writer or journalist that desires to share their passion and knowledge for exercise, movement and fitness with others.
Whether you're into gym workouts, CrossFit, HIIT, weights, MMA (or other martial arts), running, yoga, cycling, swimming, dancing, ballet or other fitness activity, now's your chance to make your mark!
You'll have opportunities to attend fitness shows and events with VIP press passes provided by us. You'll get to try out and review the latest fitness gear, from vibrating foam rollers to oral magnesium supplements, sportswear to laser and oxygen therapy and much more.
If you want to become a health and fitness, journalist, writer, influencer or blogger this will be ideal for you.
If you pass the interview, you will be invited to our internship program and given advice and guidance on article writing, get your credited articles published on our expanding site within days as well as receive references for your CV.
While the intern position is currently unpaid during the initial trial, it can lead to paying assignments and lots of exciting opportunities for those wishing to progress a career in health and fitness.
We work with universities such as Cambridge and Bournemouth so university applicants are welcome to make this a part of their course if the subjects are relevant. Simply apply by sending your CV and cover letter with a few lines about yourself and your fitness lifestyle and we'll be in touch.
Life is short, so why not do what you love most?
NOTE: If you are not doing at least something to keep fit on a regular basis, please do NOT apply.
1) 21 years or over.
2) High level of written English skills.
3) Pursuing a relevant degree ie. sports, dance, anatomy, physiotherapy or other discipline.
4) Be involved in fitness and training; such as callisthenics, bodybuilding, running, cycling, aerobics, swimming, yoga, gymnastics etc.