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Personal Trainer

What does a Personal Trainer/Fitness Manager do?

Personal trainers/fitness managers help clients in areas such as weight loss, muscle building, and increasing their fitness levels. They work with clients to create a plan for achieving fitness goals. They may also provide supplemental nutritional information. Personal trainers/fitness managers lead clients through exercise routines and offer of encouragement during training sessions.

What do I need to get a Personal Trainer/Fitness Manager job?

Successful completion of this certificate program prepares students for entry level certification as a Personal Trainer. Students have the option to continue their studies and earn their Associate of Science in Exercise Science.

What is the median salary of a Personal Trainer/Fitness Manager?

  • $39,690 per year
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