Posts Tagged “Tutor”

Lesroy Markman-Jones

Lesroy Markman-Jones

I use my experiences as an IFBB bodybuilder to teach the new generation

After nearly 10 years in the transport industry I decided I needed to pursue a new career in fitness as I felt I had done all I could in transport and felt it was time for me to develop myself further.

Training and exercise has always been a part of my life but now it has become one of my main sources of motivation.


I want to learn more to be better in this area seeking always to improve upon my knowledge and love to pass that on and encourage others to develop there selves through their own passion in health and fitness.


My own passion, has brought me to competing as a bodybuilder, becoming a personal trainer and making a living from doing what I love.

Why not share the opportunities I now have with others. Tutoring is a natural step for me in my own journey. I want your journey to be as unique as you are and SFE-Academy is here so you can develop exactly how you wish to through your passion.


 My Interests

I have an interest in callisthenics. Being able to control the body’s movements with strength and skill is a very impressive ability both gymnasts and street dancers have.

CrossFit is another interesting field of exercise and fitness. Testing fitness in all areas including mental toughness.

Bodybuilding is where I’m most at home. I enjoy the discipline and training, food and lifestyle that goes along with the art form.


My experiences


Adam Latrache

Adam Latrache

Learn, Adapt, Innovate, Lead

About me pages can be dull and boring to read so I am going to try and make this about what I have done to get to this point. I am going to try and offer you a window into me and why I was motivated to start a teaching, learning and training business. 


I was taught the science of teaching at Oxford Brookes University on the advanced post graduate teacher training programme in 2012. However, I learned the art of teaching in secondary and further education many years afterwards. I studied sport and exercise science at university and had a calling into the teaching profession.


The cliche of ” wanting to teach the next generation” is totally true in my case. and… I want to do it the correct way.


After teaching a range of health and fitness related subjects in Colleges both as a lecturer and manager. There was one constant that I noticed about part s of our educations system, especially the further education system: It didnt adapt to the needs of students and employers fast enough. 


With our experience in the education sector, we knew instinctively that the sector was ripe for change. We wanted to create a fully integrated learning system that constantly assessed and adapted to your needs and the needs of employers too. This continual process of reflection leads to innovation and more importantly: change. 


Our goal is simple and resonsnates with every student we have taught and every meeting we have had with employers. Students would like support and guidance throughout their course and to gain the skills and qualities sought after by employers. whilst employers wanted their staff to possess up to date skills needed for the job role. 

We aim to support our students, provide them with an outstanding level of education and help them to achieve their goals. 

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