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    Personal Training..........?

    Does any one know where/how difficult it is to become a personal trainer. I've been considering doing this for a hile and wanna know what all u guys(girls) think?

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    depends on where you want to work.

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    im a pt, or cft as the issa calls it, depends on how much u know about the body and so on. wasnt hard to me, really depends on what you want and how much you want it. just make sure you practice what you preach, nothing more lame than a 140lb PT

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    Quote Originally Posted by decadbal
    im a pt, or cft as the issa calls it, depends on how much u know about the body and so on. wasnt hard to me, really depends on what you want and how much you want it. just make sure you practice what you preach, nothing more lame than a 140lb PT



    yeah bro.....or a 330lb one.....

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    only if the 330lber has 10%bf..lol

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    Lol!

    Yea, i'm slowly working on the 330 thing. im down to 325, doing it in
    baby steps.

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    Depending on where you live etc is going to make a difference. I worked as a gym instructor over here, i wasnt a PT but i still needed qualifications. Over here you really need a level 2 gym instructors qualification form the ymca or somthing simmilar.

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    One hint that is HUGE for success.

    LOOK the part.

    Nothing is worse than taking advice from someone you either can't see, or who looks like utter sh*t. Yet, they are going to tell YOU what to do to succeed?

    Very key.

    ~SC~

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    What up swole. Listen to this man he helped me put a college DR. in his place it was qiute funny. I got my PT cert through a pre med class I beliee the final was a state qualifications test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    One hint that is HUGE for success.

    LOOK the part.

    Nothing is worse than taking advice from someone you either can't see, or who looks like utter sh*t. Yet, they are going to tell YOU what to do to succeed?

    Very key.

    ~SC~
    1000% agreeable!! I said this the other day and got flamed for it. I think someone said something like "Do all dentist have white perfect teeth?" Doesnt mean they dont know there ****.

    that might be so but I sure and the hell wont be going to him for a teeth cleaning,lol

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