Thursday, July 11, 2013

something for the veterans and something for the novices.

When I say that the manual Becoming a Personal Trainer for Dummies has something for everyone, I mean it. Authors Melyssa St. Michael and Linda Formichelli include the process to become an actual certified personal trainer for those of you who are just starting off on this little adventure, and also include how to begin your own personal training business for those of you who are ready to take your career to the next level. Make that money, honey.

Many exercisers are not very self-motivated and seek out the assistance and guidance of a personal trainer to help them reach their health and fitness goals. That being said, personal trainers will never be without a job. There will always be someone fat or lazy who needs to be motivated. Keep in mind that this resource is very business oriented, so I recommend it to those of you who are considering building your own personal training business in the future as it is geared more toward the personal trainer professionals. These authors give you all the details on how to write a business plan, market yourself, and how to be a better personal trainer than your competitors. It’s a very small investment for a much bigger pay off.

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