Certified fitness trainers must have a complete understanding of human anatomy and physiology, exercise science, and nutrition.
There’s no denying how challenging working as a fitness professional, especially being a certified personal trainer, can be.
People are more focused on their fitness today than they were before. In the past, a visit to the gym three times a week was considered good enough.
There’s no denying how much bias and misinformation there is about larger bodies in the fitness industry. Not only are people hypercritical of people who are larger than the arbitrary standard of what it means to be fit and healthy, but they’re also quick to dismiss those who hope to work in this industry.
The fitness industry has diversified quite a lot due to new research and training methods. People no longer have to choose between a gym instructor or a yoga instructor as their two options to reach their fitness goals.
Being a personal trainer is an incredibly rewarding but demanding line of work. You’re expected to show up each day with enough drive, motivation, and discipline to keep multiple clients in check, follow certain protocols, and stick to your own health routine on top of it all.
As people age, they become more susceptible to several health-related issues, including a decrease in muscle mass, flexibility, and bone density.
The personal trainer industry is thriving like never before. It doesn’t matter if someone has experience as a fitness coach or someone completely new.
Getting a fitness training certification is an easy part of starting your fitness career. (more…)