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how much training is involved

what is training like
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Brandie B,


As far as training goes in any interests in your life, it should be a daily factor. Everyday you should be training your mind, soul, strength and body. Set up specific reps and scheduling dealing with the outcome you are looking for concerning your physical health. After that set up time and find quiet locations in order to bookmark PDFs, read books and research online topics dealing with Criminal Law and Justice coupled with Sociology and Psychology. Last but not least meditate, study and become the art as well as the profession you are seeking.

I wish you the best on your journey.

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Chandrashekar’s Answer

It depends on the career path you would like to choose. Every job requires its own training and the timeline varies from one to another. Also if you already have some knowledge on the subject or you possess the required skill level then you may not require long training. So the advise would be to first find out what are your areas of interest then search for available training options. Hope this answers your query.

All the best for your future.


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Antoine’s Answer

While there is no official timeline to becoming a personal trainer, many fitness centers will prefer you to be certified by an accredited organization (NASM, ACE, ISSA, etc.). They also like to see that you have experience with exercising. If you are interested in making it your career, it would be helpful to have a courses in Human Anatomy, Exercise Science, Kinesiology, Physical Therapy, and Nutrition. It is also useful to be educated in Sales and Marketing since being a personal trainer is similar to running your own business. As far as specific degrees are concerned, I would recommend B.S in Sport and Exercise Science or B.S. in Kinesiology. It is also important to stay up to date on the latest fitness articles/discoveries. So, if you want to get started as soon as possible, it may only take a few weeks. If you want to make it your career, it will take continuous learning about exercise science discoveries and always learning how to best engage with your client-base.

Short answer: A few weeks if you wanted to get started as soon as possible, but it's important always grow your knowledge if you'd like to pursue personal training long term
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