Surviving Thanksgiving Feasts with Sports Nutrition

Sports Nutritionist Certification

November is here and Thanksgiving is around the corner.  Are you ready to handle the holiday feast?  Are your clients up to speed with their nutrition and cardio?  November is one of the best times of the year to emphasize the importance of Sports Nutrition and cardiovascular exercise.  Knowing that the average person gains weight over the holidays and eats approximately 4,500 calories for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, there is a clear need to clean up your clients' diets and get back to cardio for that lean defined look.  

Now that the holidays around the corner, it is time to start thinking about optimizing your qualifications.  What certifications will make you the most marketable next year?  During the down time around the holidays, it's a great idea to maximize your earnings potential by becoming a certified Health Club Manager.  Nothing says experience and professionalism like a management qualification.  Also, the holidays provide a unique opportunity to spread awareness of nutrition and exercise to adults and youth alike.  This year, make a difference by becoming a Youth Fitness Instructor Sports Nutritionist, and/or Health Club Manager.  Get a jump on the holiday season now!

Sports Nutritionist Certification

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