If you are interested in working as a personal trainer, you need to learn what it takes to do this demanding job, and the qualifications you will need to set yourself apart form the crowd.
The job of a personal trainer can seem glamorous, but whether you work with celebrities or at your local gym, the skills and work are essentially the same - helping people to achieve their health and fitness goals.
The work of a personal trainer includes:
An initial consultation to determine the client's fitness level and goals
Designing a fitness program
Educating and motivating the client
Offering advice on health, nutrition and lifestyle changes
Monitoring and recording progress
Entry into this field requires a high level of experience and at least a level 3 certificate which is recognized by the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs).
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