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    Does anyone have the personal training certificate?

    Hey everybody, I am thinking about becoming a personal trainer and in looking at the personal training certification. Does anybody have the certification? Is it difficult to pass?
    I am looking for in the study tips to help me out. Thanks for all the help!

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    Question Am Baseed in USA.

    Quote Originally Posted by fitbird38 View Post
    Hey everybody, I am thinking about becoming a personal trainer and in looking at the personal training certification. Does anybody have the certification? Is it difficult to pass?
    I am looking for in the study tips to help me out. Thanks for all the help!
    Hello everyone, Is there anyone who can help me in choosing the best personal trainer certification in USA.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fitbird38 View Post
    Hey everybody, I am thinking about becoming a personal trainer and in looking at the personal training certification. Does anybody have the certification? Is it difficult to pass?
    I am looking for in the study tips to help me out. Thanks for all the help!
    Why as that on a forum dedicated to firearms vs fitness? There's lots of certs out there, ranging from silly easy to plenty of studying required. None of them really qualify one to be a great trainer per se, but gyms etc want to see them for liability and such. On a search I find:

    https://www.ptpioneer.com/best-perso...ication-guide/
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    I have decides to become a personal trainer

    Quote Originally Posted by WillBrink View Post
    Why as that on a forum dedicated to firearms vs fitness? There's lots of certs out there, ranging from silly easy to plenty of studying required. None of them really qualify one to be a great trainer per se, but gyms etc want to see them for liability and such. On a search I find:

    https://www.ptpioneer.com/best-perso...ication-guide/
    As I have read in many articles and internet in looking at the NASM, ISSA personal training certifications. I have just found an article https://www.ptpioneer.com/how-to-bec...sonal-trainer/ related to me but am not fully agree with this guy. what you think about this link. Do you think the information is good or does you can suggest a much better page, article for reading and learning?

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    NASM or NCSF, were the certificates I have held in the past. The cert doesn't really matter that just gets you in the door. I have known excellent trainers who have no cert, and crappy trainers with every cert imaginable. The two I listed have tests that are much harder than any of the others at the time. I haven't had my cert for over 10 years now, I will be getting it back again early next year. I will more than likely go NASM as it is the gold standard, and accepted by more gyms than the others. Some gyms will only accept NASM.

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