Sport Specific Training Certification


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ASFA’s Sport Specific Trainer Certification helps meet the continuing education needs of experienced fitness professionals seeking to draw clients interested in a wide variety of sport specific training options. This high-impact Sport Specific Trainer Certification covers a diverse collection of sport specific research and information, helping to put the latest expertise in sport specific training at the fitness professional’s fingertips.

The Sport Specific Trainer Certification addresses different types of movement and sport preparation, safety, nutrition and logistics. The Sport Specific Trainer Certification showcases fitness trainers’ commitment to achieving excellence in their field — and for helping clients to achieve the greatest possible results.

The Sport Specific Trainer Certification covers sports from football to boxing to distance running and tests the professional’s knowledge in key areas such as nutrition, warm-ups and lifting. With the Sport Specific Trainer Certification, the fitness professional has the potential to maximize niche marketing potential in a variety of sports and fitness areas.

A Sport Specific Trainer Certification from ASFA® can help the experienced fitness professional expand their career through:

  • Enhanced understanding of a diverse collection of sport-specific research and information
  • Proven knowledge in sport-specific, key areas such as nutrition and physiological considerations
  • Strengthened portfolio showcasing specialized expertise in sport-specific preparation
  • Increased income potential through marketability of successful sports achievements of trainees

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