Is anyone here a fitness professional? (Personal Trainer, Physician, Massage Therapist, Nutritionist, Physical Therapy, etc.) I am currently working on my first certification to become a personal trainer (ACE Personal Training) and starting to look at all the other certifications I want to earn once I get this one. I was just wondering if anyone else is in the same kind of field.
My wife is a personal trainer. She has a ton of clients so it makes pretty good money on the side, but she's also a very skilled all around athlete so it's very easy for her to attract business of all levels. Anyone can take that easy test and get a certificate, but we've seen plenty of people not make a dime because they have nothing to offer. Make sure it won't be a waste of money and time for you before you commit to it, as it's not only about getting clients but keeping them as well.
"For me, my family, my friends and skiing, that is for me. That's my life. The joy I get from skiing... that's worth dying for." - CR Johnson
graduated with a degree in kinesiology, i could have gone on to certify in training but im going more the medical route. thinking about taking physiotherapy or occupational therapy in the future. dont know yet. trying to gain some practical experience in the meantime..
i have a BS in exercise science, but applying to physical therapy schools, i do NOT want to make a career out of training, id much rather have a normal work schedule and if i wanted just train on the side, btw im "HELLA JACKED"
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Ribbed for her pleasure? Fuck that. Turn that sucker inside out for your pleasure.-pbskl