From Soccer Coach To Trainer: How Al Cairns Took A Non-Traditional Path Through His Leap Of Faith
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Internships can determine a lot of your future. If you fall in love with your internship, you can easily see yourself doing that thing for the rest of your life. For Al Cairns, born in Baltimore, Maryland on August 14, 1991, he did not exactly end up doing what he did during his internship, but it helped him realize that tradition paths were not for him.
From here, Al decided to move to the Bay area and use his connection to work his way into the soccer and coaching world. He has taught many people the wonders of soccer that he experienced as a young kid as well who thoroughly enjoyed the world of athletics. After coaching for many years, a different kind of opportunity presented itself to Al.
For Al, this was a special privilege for him and something he took up immediately. He has his own loyal clientele who come to him to learn more about fitness and soccer specifically. Al is on top of all fitness trends and helps people continue coming back to his classes by connecting to them on many levels.
Al is different from many other trainers and coaches out there. As he said, he is able to make people feel comfortable no matter where they come from or what their background is, but even more so Al has a personality that helps him create bonds through his genuineness and kindness to others.
Al’s piece of advice for those looking to start their own business or launch themselves into the fitness world is to not be afraid of hard work.
To find out more about Al, you can check him out on Instagram @theboyskux.