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Awesome video!! I was just inquiring about the different certs and you
shared some very good information!!!! Thank you!!
I am studying and researching about becoming Certified Personal Trainer at
my community College I would love to have more Information about it would
you help me?
What about ncsf I just passed today I also have associate degree in
kinesiology and working on my bachelors.
hello. could u let me know that how to learn anatomy. learning anatomy is
so board. is it natural?
Are you old to be a personal trainer at 30 years old with no knowledge of
even how to be one, just the drive to try?
Would you happen to know any credible certifications if I wanted to be a
certified nutritionist on top of PT?
nice video thank u
Great video. If I’m looking to get ACE, do I just take classes on online
then take cert test? Do I need a college degree before even taking ACE
I Don’t have any personal training experience but i do have a passion for
health and fitness. I spend all of my free time doing personal research. I
was normally looking at NASM, but hearing about ACE has caught my
attention. If i was looking to start my career off at a gym as part of a
personal trainer team, would NSAM or ACE be better? ACE is cheaper, but do
you get what you pay for with NASM?
Would getting 2 certifications put you above most others?
I am thinking of getting NCSF certified but I’m on my junior year for my
bachelors in kinesiology athletic medicine concentration, would a NCSF be a
better option than NASM with regards to my degree? Appreciate any feedback!
Thanks for your time in advance.
I’m having a hard time choosing between ISSA, NESTA, NFPT, and ACSM. I know
you said if I’m correct NFPT and ACSM are like the mother of personal
training and for if you wanna work with athletes ( which I do) but I also
would like work with regular clients. I would like thorough knowledge since
this would be enhancing my career as a massage therapist meeting clients
from all walks of life. Which one do you think would be best considering I
see multiple people actually go for NASM which for some reason could not
get interested in their program
Great info. Have you heard of Action personal trainer certification? If you
have, what do you think about it? Thanks
+roger2fit1 I’ve never heard of action, I’d pass on it as my sole cert
+Jonathan FitPro’s Personal Training Tips How is ISSA’s PT cert? I am
living in Thailand at the moment so I don’t have many choices to do a
course as most require me to write an exam in the states.
First off, thanks for everything you do. Once I become certified I’ll
definitely be utilizing your channel more. But I had a question as to which
cert. to choose based on how I learn. I feel I would do best in a classroom
setting. Do you know any good certs that offer that?
Hello Jonathan I am a Dietetics and nutrition student but took some time
off. I want to know which approach would give me the most knowledge about
the different components aspects of personal training. Seems like NASM and
ACE are my two options that I’m considering.
So personal training certifications and other certifications (such as
exercise physiologist certifications) through these organizations just
involves studying and taking a test right? No classes involved?
I’ve actually heard of Action Certification. To dig a little deeper with
them. They have NCCA accreditation just like all of the majors you’ve
mentioned. So they actually are NOW in the same class as NASM, ACE, NFPT,
ISSA, etc. Based on my research the actual accreditation is what sets the
bar on which certs and learning criteria are credible.
Thanks a lot for this video ! This helped me tremendously on how to get
What are your thoughts on the NASM Cert?
NSCA is head and shoulder above everybody else. ACSM is good as well. but I
have owned books from multiple of these organizations and all but NSCA (and
ACSM to an extent) have dumbed down books, but NSCA and ACSM books actually
resemble a book you’d receive in college while the other books are just too
easy and seem like they aren’t serious. Really there should be a standard,
all personal trainers should have to have AT LEAST 2 years of college but 4
What kind of books would be good to get to study for a cert and if i was to
just read the books n take an exam without online classes or in school how
would i take it
Is NASM hard ?
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