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http://jonathanfitpro.com/best-personal-training-certification/ I get a lot of questions on which personal training certification someone should get to start their fitness career. Based on my experiences with ACE, NASM, AFAA, and NSCA I'll tell you here!
ACE - https://www.acefitness.org/fitness-certifications/personal-trainer-certification/default.aspx
NASM - https://www.nasm.org/how-to-become-a-personal-trainer
NSCA - https://www.nsca.com/Certification/CPT/
ACSM - http://certification.acsm.org/acsm-certified-personal-trainer
NFPT - https://www.nfpt.com/certification
AFAA - https://www.afaa.com/courses#everything
So true. I'm in the UK so Fitness and PT certs, and insurance are mandatory but I done the NASM Group PT Specialist and run boot camps and you're 100% right in them providing you with more opportunities.
I am from India and how I get education..
Because I want to open my gym
Nice explained bro
Team FitBoss would you recommend buying an older edition of the NASM CPT book to get your NASM CPT as your first certification? Do you have to purchase the study package to obtain this initial certification? Were the quizzes and practices exams beneficial to you? How would you recommend studying just from the book as well?
It’s coming up for my recertifications do you think that it’s worth keeping it up
https://www.ptpioneer.com/nsca-vs-nasm/ The full article is here.
Check out the NASM website here: http://www.ptpioneer.com/recommends/youtube-nasm-normal/
Check out the ACE website here: http://www.ptpioneer.com/recommends/youtube-ace-normal/
My top three articles to help you get started with personal training!
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What are your thoughts about NCSF?
Nsca does provide more than just a book. You can get practice exam and videos
Which one would you recommend sir if i want to work with triathletes or maybe runners and cyclist when it comes to strength and conditioning training. NSCA,NASM,ISSA? Thank you
Do gyms also accept NSCA?