Cycling Instruction Certification

ASFA

ASFA’s Cycling Instruction Certification is a highly effective continuing education option for the experienced fitness professional seeking to serve a wide variety of clients. The Cycling Instruction Certification equips fitness professionals with even greater expertise in cycling equipment, positions, hydration, class length and more. With the Cycling Instruction Certification, fitness trainers can showcase their knowledge while staying at the forefront of the dynamically changing fitness industry.

ASFA's Cycling Instruction qualification provides a great addition to the fitness professional’s knowledge base.  With the Cycling Instruction Certification, the experienced fitness professional can remain cutting edge in the competitive world of fitness training.

A Cycling Instruction Certification from ASFA® can help the experienced fitness professional expand their career through:

  • Enhanced training effectiveness through a highly popular and versatile fitness method
  • Firm grasp of the unique considerations inherent in cycling regimens
  • Increased knowledge of cycling-specific techniques
  • Increased understanding of cycling workout logistics, positions, class duration, equipment necessities and more 

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