Kickoff Your Personal Trainer Business Today
What you'll learn
- Learn how to select an organization to get certified
- Learn what topics are key to getting certified
- Skip potential mistakes as you navigate the industry
- Start off on the right foot with quality information and an actionable plan
Which certification is best for you? Do you need to know CPR? What about insurance? How do I handle clients with medical conditions? All of these are great questions! The key is to know what it will take to become a Certified Personal Trainer and get started on a successful journey.
Fitness Expert and Author Ron Betta shares his expertise and stories about how he went from a completely different field to Personal Trainer and later Fitness Author. From finding the right certification for you, to what areas of fitness you should specialize in, Ron will help you with each step, so you can easily determine what your next step should be.
The jargon used in fitness can range from very technical to very casual. Learn how to talk to your clients in ways that can help them best understand you. Show them that you are listening and can truly help them reach their goals.
Ron started his fitness career after years of making films for Walt Disney Feature Animation. As Ron moved from an art background into fitness, he had to earn his certification and grow his business while keeping his full-time job. Later, he was able to move into fitness entirely. Learn how you can do the same starting now!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone seeking to become a Personal Trainer
Ron Betta is an American College of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer and Author. Ron has held certifications with the National Academy of Sports Medicine and Aerobics and Fitness Association of America. Ron's first book, Outstanding You, Discover, Design and Achieve Ultimate Fitness covers Ron's fitness programming and philosophy. His latest book, When Personal Training Gets Personal covers client boundaries. Ron's programs are designed to help Personal Trainers best position themselves for success in a competitive field.