Where to Begin with Certifications?

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So!  You want to become a personal trainer?!

 

Great!  Here are a few things to know about where I started my career shortly after graduating from college and spending time in an awesome internship at The University of Denver.

Utilizing certifications as the building blocks for my business, I created a strong foundation on research and methods planned out by the program design from the NSCA.  This allows my clients to trust that they are getting the best value out of my service because of the continued education I chose after graduating from Metropolitan State University of Denver.

I chose to begin with the Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) from the NSCA because the material presented was exactly what I was passionate about, strength and conditioning.  I knew that the certification wouldn’t be my last, so I utilized that first building block to complete certifications later that complimented the CPT from the NSCA.

Since that time, I have owned and operated Fit Life Champions in Denver, CO, specializing in training women 25-40 with a history of trauma that want to become stronger physically, mentally, and emotionally.  From year one to year three, the company has more than doubled its revenue starting with one client to more than we can count from around the world, including Korea, Australia and Germany!

"If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there" Lewis Carroll

“If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there” Lewis Carroll

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