National Register of Personal Trainers

The NRPT (national register of personal trainers) is the only UK personal trainer site that works with the UK Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs). With over 850 self employed, qualified and insured personal trainers as members, the site itself receives over 40k searches per month from consumers looking for a personal trainer.

In addition it also serves searches for over 10,000 individuals looking to enter the fitness industry. It also provides a solid platform for Personal Training course companies to advertise their courses.:-

  1. The site has a large consumer user base for courses and trainer search.
  2. Probably the most credible directory of trainers.
  3. A successful members area.
  4. A very active newsletter database.
  5. Numerous advertisng opportinites to satisfy your online strategy which is evident from the repeat campaigns with some of the biggest brands in our industry trying to communicate to trainers and their clients.

Our Audience

A mixture of people looking  for a trainer, fitness professionals and peopel wishing to join this exciting industry. With an active male and female audience that is split 41:59 respectively.


Key facts:- UK Dieting, weight loss and exercise content

59% Female

41% Male

300k impressions per month

Advertising Options

There are a wide range of ways to advertise on as follows :

  • Advertorials
  • Display & Creative
  • Local Advertising
  • Directory Inclusion
  • Newsletters
  • Sponsorship

How to get started

Simply sign up for your FREE account with thehealthfinderdigital and you can choose the advertising options you require.


Advertise via an interactive diet profile in relevant sections and sites. A great tool for engaging with end-users and conversion rates to their 'sign-up' membership channel.


Working with our ad agency, Nike and Nike+ used various display campaigns for targeted products as well as brand awareness. Initiatves always get a strong response.


Display and directory based advertising across the UK promoting their growing health club chain. Coupled with some good creative, clickthroughs reached 4% on specific campaigns.