New Year Resolutions

ASFA® Certifications

Expand your business with ASFA® in the New Year!

As this year’s calendar turns to a close and we look toward the start of 2012, now is the perfect time to take advantage of ASFA’s extensive collection of certifications! People everywhere are thinking about the New Year and what they want to accomplish. And, as studies consistently show, fitness goals are almost certainly at the top of their lists. That means a dramatic increase in potential clients for you—and more cash in your pocket! If you know how to market your skills.

The American Sports and Fitness Association is here to help! ASFA® offers certifications to help meet a huge variety of fitness goals. ASFA® keeps you up-to-date and certified in everything from more traditional fitness programs such as Golf Strength Training and Water Aerobics to the latest fitness trends—like Kettlebell Training. Whether it’s with a Kickbox/Step Aerobic Instructor Certification or Cycling Instructor or even a Health Club Manager Certification, ASFA® can help you take your career to a whole new level. Or increase your appeal to seniors, one of the fitness industry’s fastest growing demographics, with our Senior Fitness Instructor Certification.

Simply put, with a certification from ASFA® in your portfolio, your marketability immediately increases, paving the way for more clients and more profits. And to make it even better, our tests are completely risk-free! You only pay if you pass.

Set your business up for the incredible growth and success that 2012 can bring. Earn an ASFA® certification today, dramatically improve your earning potential, and watch as—like the firework displays that usher in the New Year—your career explodes!

ASFA® Certifications

next post → ← previous post

Stay in Touch


ASFA® is endorsed by leaders in the fitness industry. Please check out our endorsements and partners page for more information!

Latest Fitness Posts

  • PNF Stretching Techniques

    Phases and Techniques of PNF Stretching 1.)  Hold then Relax 2.)  Contract then Relax 3.)  Hold then Relax Then Contract PNF stretching can utilize active or passive stretches - depending on which technique above you are using.  To learn more... read more

  • Sports Conditioning Specialist: When Every Second Counts

    Sport Specific Training and Conditioning... Playing a sport is one thing, understanding the fitness and conditioning that optimize an athlete's performance is another.  Just because you have played a sport doesn't mean that you know how to optimize physical performance... read more