Best Personal training certification

Best Personal Training Certification



I usually get a variety of questions on which private coaching certification somebody ought to get to begin their health profession. Based mostly on my experiences with ACE, NASM, and NSCA I will inform you right here!

Best Personal Training Certification

ACE – https://www.acefitness.org/fitness-certifications/personal-trainer-certification/default.aspx

Best Personal Training Certification

NASM – https://www.nasm.org/how-to-become-a-personal-trainer

Best Personal Training Certification

NSCA – https://www.nsca.com/Certification/CPT/

Best Personal Training Certification

ACSM – http://certification.acsm.org/acsm-certified-personal-trainer

Best Personal Training Certification

NFPT – https://www.nfpt.com/certification

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Best Personal Training Certification

Best Personal Training Certification

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  1. Thanks for the advice. I was certified years ago but was during the Recession, so decided to pursue other things. It wasn't one of the prestigious certs, either, though it was decent…Now, I just finished my Bachelor's degree, and want to get a certification again! … I think I'm leaning towards going straight into trying to get a NSCA CSCS cert. My question to you: in your opinion, would that material, exam, and prepare me for training the typical and/or average personal training clients I would see in a regular gym, in addition to preparing me for training athletes and such?… Thanks for your honest opinions in the video, hope to hear back from you

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  2. Thanks for the advice. I was certified years ago but was during the Recession, so decided to pursue other things. It wasn't one of the prestigious certs, either, though it was decent…Now, I just finished my Bachelor's degree, and want to get a certification again! … I think I'm leaning towards going straight into trying to get a NSCA CSCS cert. My question to you: in your opinion, would that material, exam, and prepare me for training the typical and/or average personal training clients I would see in a regular gym, in addition to preparing me for training athletes and such?… Thanks for your honest opinions in the video, hope to hear back from you

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  3. Passed the NASM exam on the 10th of November. Gonna turn in a resume tomorrow.

    Your videos have been really helpful, hopefully I can put this knowledge to work soon!

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  4. nice info.I've been working as a gym instructor for more than 20yrs now,but I dont have any of this certs.I started as competitive body builder.I'd to get a certification say NASM.How long will it take to get the cert.and which website should I trust?I appreciate your effort ..

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  5. your Dumbbells to dollars course is dope!! I appreciate all the knowledge your spreading to help us out. I'm looking to get into personal training and starting my own boot camp so I subscribed to your channel. Thanks for the info about the certs, I'm going to buy the NASM 4th edition right now and study. God Bless

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  6. I agree with johnathan. I have both ace and Nasm. I would leaned towards Nasm more because I like their assessments and their approach to correcting a lot of muscle imbalances. I have their ces and pes as well. I found that the ces was helpful and the pes was like simpler version of the cscs book 4th ed.

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  7. Good to see you back ! I got my NASM over a year ago. I had your NASM program which helped me pass. I also did a trainer program at a local college. Now I just bought and have been studying material to take CSCS exam. I worked at a few gyms, Golds being last and got some good experience… However now my goal is to be more independent (also bought your Dumbells to Dollars program) . My reason for wanting CSCS is as I looked at the college/military/gov type fitness programs , the CSCS seemed to be minimum what they wanted (unless you had a Kinisology or excercise degree) … But I agree the NASM set a good foundation for me and made the most sense in their approach to fitness

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  8. Hey Johnathan or anyone who has passed the ace exam I completely agree ACE is highly repetitive. It throws me off and wastes my time. I take my Ace exam next week. I still need to finish the last 200 pages but been looking at other youtubers saying only focus on chapter 1-12 mostly 7-9 on the manual. As well as nutrition. I still need to take practice exams. And review some older chapters. What should i do guys? Currently on chapter 14 close to finishing it. Any advice

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  9. Thank you so much for your videos! I started watching about 6 months back when I started studying for Nasm and I now work at LA fitness! Your videos help out so much!

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  10. Thanks to you I'm currently studying for NASM! Not really sure how I came across your channel but I did a while back and I LOVE the content!! Your tagline at the end is burned into my mind lol. Keep it up Jonathan you're awesome!

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