Congratulations, you are a JET! You are going to be living in Japan for a year or more! Are you already bursting with questions? Don't worry, it's completely normal. Many JETs have done what you are about to do, and we would like to make it easier for you.
As you prepare for your experience, please check out our Survival Guides, created with the knowledge and experience of your Alumni predecessors. From what to wear to how to clean tatami, we've collected all the information you'll need to help get you set up in your new home.
Connect with other Outgoing JETs and Alumni mentors by attending one of our signature events. Our Alumni Mentors will be more than happy to give you advice!
Our initiatives focus on providing support to help educate and prepare new JETs for a smooth and smart transition to their lives in Japan and on the JET Programme.
How do I gain muscle when I train so much
Visit the Booking Online page and you will be directed to education on fitness education, or if you feel that you want a straight forward program, hoose the personalised program to receive everything YOU need.
How do I maintain my diet when I don't have time?
Visit the Nutrition page and have a look at the Herbalife prodcuts, intended for those who cant keep up with their diets and still want to keep things moving forward
Who is Robin Compton?
Robin Compton is a young teenage boy who lifted his first weight when he was 8, a dumbell in the backyard no one tocuhed weighing 5kg that he could only bench press at the time. Being a small kid, the fitness industry trapped him and he fell in love with his genetics. Moved by his lifes experience with weights, he saw problems that he felt needed solving. A page for his biogaphy will be released soon
Does Compton's Clinic sell any medical products?
No, we only provide supplements for fitness nutrition, merchandise, and fitness training
Does Compton's Clinic believe in self care?
To the highest degree, but its not our only belief. We believe in mental freedom, simplicity, intensity, fitness, and minimalism