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Fastest Way to Become a Personal Trainer?

by Bryan
(San Antonio, TX USA)

What is the fastest way to get in the business? Once in I will always add different specialties, but I need to get in ASAP! My idol has always been Michael Clark Duncan (that huge black dude who played in the green mile) & I am close. I have always been a workout nut & people ALWAYS ask me how to do certain exercises, or how to get this or that bigger; I just tell them what worked for me.

Personal training has always been my life passion, I very recently lost my job as a mechanic & feel that the time is now. Please help!

Sincerely, Bryan

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Yeah I here you man
by: Anonymous

Dude I aways help people get riped abs am pro in want any tips e-mail me.

Brian

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It's not hard...
by: 28dayresults

You can get an entry-level certification from the American Council on Exercise. Just order the book, get CPR certified and sign up for the test. That will be enough to get hired at most chain gyms. Some will even hire you without that. Look for a training manager who is willing to take the time to work with new trainers, not one who wants big numbers right off the bat.

Also keep in mind that most fitness clients will not share your apparent training goals. The majority of clients will be looking to you for weight loss, or functional strength so thats what I'd spend your time studying.

Some sales training will be a big help also.

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