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ASFA® Certifications

Continuing education is critical to the fitness trainer who is serious about staying ahead in a constantly changing field. ASFA’s certification options allow the fitness professional to tailor a continuing education, portfolio-building program specifically to their goals and career ambitions.

ASFA® offers personal trainer tests on a variety of levels, from basic to advanced, allowing trainers to grow their marketing tools and showcase their expertise in increasingly effective and profitable ways.

ASFA’s top personal trainer test also offers publication opportunities for the experienced fitness professional—in addition to certification. And ASFA® certifications are available at any time in order to accommodate even the most demanding of schedules.

ASFA® tests are risk-free and available online for as low as $99 at www.americansportandfitness.com. 70% is required for certification, and you only pay if you pass. ASFA® also includes in its testing sites recommended resources for study.

Professional fitness trainers worldwide are earning the competitive edge they need to grow their careers with continuing education certifications addressing the latest fitness trends through the American Sports and Fitness Association® (ASFA®). Visit ASFA® at www.americansportandfitness.com.

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