Fitness Instructor Training Courses: Where to Start

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With so many Fitness Instruction Courses available, where should you start?

The answer can vary based on your current fitness knowledge and your chosen career path.  For example, if you are a personal trainer and you are looking to expand your potential client base and income, then expanding into Group Fitness Instruction is a great idea.  By learning to instruct groups, you can expand your potential client base.  Group fitness is an ideal way to make fitness affordable to many potential clients that might not be able to afford individual personal training, and at the same time boost your revenue possibility by training many at once.  On the other hand, if you are a personal trainer who really wants to learn about anatomy, physiology, nutrition, assessments, etc. much more in-depth - it's time to go beyond the basics to advanced or master level training.

So, what are your goals?  Are you looking to specialize in a certain population such as:  women's fitness, senior fitness or youth fitness?  Or, are you looking to expand your knowledge by specializing in a niche skill-set such as:  Pilates, Yoga, Kettlebells, Sports Nutrition, etc?  Either way, ASFA® has the right options for you!  We have worked hard to make our certifications convenient and easy to use.  Our site is easy to navigate and mobile compatible.  Our exams can be taken at your convenience from your own home.  So, now the only question is:  What is your fitness path?  Is it time to expand your knowledge and master personal training?  Or, is it time to specialize in niche markets or special populations?  Whatever certification course you choose, we are here to support you.  Check out our Certifications page and see all of your options today!

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