Triathlon Fitness Instruction Certification


The American Sports and Fitness Association® Triathlon Fitness Instruction Certification helps meet the continuing education needs of experienced fitness professionals seeking to draw clients interested in multi-sport endurance training.  ASFA’s Triathlon Fitness Instruction Certification covers a diverse collection of running, swimming, and biking related information.  Specializing in triathlon fitness instruction is a great continuing education path for fitness professionals to expand their knowledge in multi-sport training.

Our Triathlon Fitness Instruction Certification addresses different types of movement and sport preparation, flexibility, coordinated movement drills and more.  This qualification covers endurance running, endurance swimming and drills, endurance biking, efficient transition and endurance nutrition.  Becoming a triathlon fitness instructor shows clients that you are committed to advancing your education and their results.

ASFA's Triathlon Fitness Instruction Certification can help the experienced fitness professional expand his/her career through:

  • Enhanced understanding of a diverse collection of endurance sports and nutrition preparation
  • Increased knowledge in triathlon training in key areas such as quick transitions, endurance nutrition and swim/bike/run training
  • Completion of continuing education showing specialized expertise in triathlon fitness instruction
  • Greater understanding of multi-sport training and preparation

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