Larry Doyle Coaching receives Business All-Star Accreditation

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Caption: Larry Doyle, Founder of Larry Doyle Coaching.

Local fitness trainer Larry Doyle has gained a prestigious mark of quality and trust by being accredited as a Business All-Star.

Larry’s affiliate programme is available to subscribers worldwide and offers monthly training plans and video links which provide users with audio and visual coaching cues to improve their form.

The Business All-Star Accreditation is awarded to indigenous Irish businesses which meet the high standards of verified performance, trust and customer service.

Discussing the award, Larry said, ‘We are judged and independently audited equally against the highest performers from all industries across Ireland, not just the fitness sphere, to be the first online fitness community at this standard is very special.

Receiving this award shortly after opening our new in-person training facility in Wexford is phenomenal – it’s a great feeling to know we’ve been independently verified as offering best in class services. – I look forward to continuing to meet and exceed the expectations of clients in our online Affiliate and coaching community worldwide while delivering industry-leading workshops and training from our Wexford headquarters.’

‘I want to give everyday people access to high-quality affordable training and fitness, all supported by a vibrant community for long term success,’ he said.

Larry Doyle Coaching is located at the Kilcannon Industrial Estate, Old Dublin Rd, Kilcannon, Enniscorthy, and offers a range of in-person services including small group training, private personal training along with a variety of half-day workshops lead by Head Coach Larry Doyle for those interested in improving their training technique or for other Personal Trainers and fitness professionals looking up-skill.

To learn more about Larry Doyle Coaching, visit their All-Star showcase page and if you wish to register your business for the next All-Star accreditation programme you can do so here.

This post first appeared in the Wexford People.