Two cross trainers have made a return to the Australian public and the sport has exploded in popularity with the sport growing in popularity in Australia.
A photo posted by kathryn (@kathrynkates_) on Aug 7, 2017 at 2:07pm PDTThe two trainers, from Melbourne, have taken up a lucrative new position as a trainer at the KTM Cross Training Centre.
Both train at the training centre and both have posted on Instagram pictures of themselves in the paddock.
One of them posted a picture of him training on a beach in Sydney.
Another posted a video of him working on the beach in Adelaide.
The Cross Training Center is a two-day training centre for cross trainers that also provides recreational opportunities for kids and adults.
In the photo posted on the KTCC Facebook page, one of the trainers, a 24-year-old from Melbourne called Kristy, is working with two young children and the two children’s mother.KTCC said the Cross Training Clinic was opened to the public last month.
“The clinic has seen record growth in its first two months of operation and we are incredibly proud of that and looking forward to seeing the success of all of the Cross Trainers and the Cross Trainer’s community across the country,” KTCTC said in a statement.
“In our three months of operating we have already seen a significant number of participants and we can’t wait to see the positive impact this clinic can have on the sport.”
The Cross Trainer and Cross Trainer Clinic also provides opportunities for parents to connect with other parents who have children with a disability, and has been praised by both parents and the local media for its “positive, welcoming and supportive” atmosphere.
The KTM and KTM Australia Cross Training Centres are currently closed.