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1/13/2015 11:36:09 AM - michelle vetter
Hi Murph,
This is Michelle Vetter, Andrew Vetter's wife. I have a question concerning becoming a certified personal trainer, curious as to which certification you would recommend. I graduated last year and I'm a licensed physical therapist assistant and I've been in the field for a year and would like to expand my knowledge and be more marketable. Please let me know your thoughts when you have a chance. Thank you!
Michelle Vetter

Hi Michelle,

Tell Andrew we all said hello.

For certifications, I always suggest that you do the research and choose a reputable, nationally recognized agency that fits with what you want to do.

The ones I suggest looking into are the:
ISSA- International Sports Science Association
CFT cert

NSCA- National Strength and Conditioning Association

NASM- National Academy of Sports Medicine

and

USAW- USA Weightlifting-Sports Performance Coach

These are all reputable, basic certifications that should be recognized anywhere.


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Murph


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