With a rising interest in achieving healthier lifestyles, due in part to Covid-19 and greater awareness about the obesity and chronic disease epidemics, more people are being drawn to careers in health, Fitness and Wellness. Becoming a Personal Trainer is a great choice. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, between 2018 and 2028, employment in the Personal Training industry is expected to increase by 13%. If you’re interested in becoming a Certified Personal Trainer, NPTI Florida (Orlando/Tampa) recommends the following steps to make the process seamless. Personal Training is not for everyone. NPTI Florida can train you to the highest level with our 600-hour ACCSC Accredited Diploma program, but we only want you to enroll if you have the real passion for helping others become healthy. If your serious, then NPTI Florida is right for you.

As a Professional Personal Trainer, you’ll work with clients to assess their strengths and weaknesses and then design an exercise program to improve their physical fitness. You’ll motivate clients by setting goals and providing feedback and accountability. You will also instruct them in the proper technique for exercises. And you’ll educate clients in other aspects of health and wellness, including general health and nutrition.

At NPTI Florida, we understand that deciding where and how to pursue higher education is an important and life-changing decision. Every year, thousands of individuals consider switching careers. The majority decide to change for full-time employment, and a smaller percentage look at supplemental income opportunities. These individuals consider starting a new path as a Personal Trainer. First thing that comes to mind is “How to become a Personal Trainer” What do I do next? Should I go back to school for a degree? Shadow a Personal Trainer at a local gym? Get Certified? Buy personal trainer 101 books online? If you’re like 99.9% of the individuals considering a Personal Training career change, you have absolutely no idea how to start.

Let’s discuss the mentioned options above.