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Certified Personal Trainer. HB Ward Technical and Academic Center Rod Diamant, Presenter. Why Do You Want To Be A Personal Fitness Trainer?. Money??? I heard I can make a lot of money as a Personal Fitness Trainer, $50, $75, $100... up to $150 an hour. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Certified Personal TrainerHB Ward Technical and Academic CenterRod Diamant, Presenter

  • Why Do You Want To Be A Personal Fitness Trainer? Money???

    I heard I can make a lot of money as a Personal Fitness Trainer, $50, $75, $100... up to $150 an hour.

  • Why Do You Want To Be A Personal Fitness Trainer? Rapidly Growing Field!!

    I have read in various magazines and newspapers that the Personal Training industry is one of the fasting growing career fields in the United States.

  • Why Do You Want To Be A Personal Fitness Trainer? I want to make a living doing something I enjoy!

    I spend several hours a day in the gym working-out. Fitness is my passion and my hobby; it only makes sense to me that I turn my passion into my career.

  • Why Do You Want To Be A Personal Fitness Trainer? Youre Right but.

  • CPTThe Certified Personal Trainer course, which includes anatomy, kinesiology, injury prevention, supplementation and nutrition, and all aspects of weight training and strength training, was created by a world-renowned staff of researchers, scientists, sports medicine specialists, and world champion athletes.

  • WHAT DID HE SAY?The Certified Personal Trainer course, which includes anatomy,

  • WHAT DID HE SAY?The Certified Personal Trainer course, which includes anatomy, kinesiologyKinesiology - is the scientific study of movement.

  • WHAT DID HE SAY?The Certified Personal Trainer course, which includes anatomy, kinesiology, injury prevention,

  • WHAT DID HE SAY?The Certified Personal Trainer course, which includes anatomy, kinesiology, injury prevention, supplementation and nutrition

  • WHAT DID HE SAY?The Certified Personal Trainer course, which includes anatomy, kinesiology, injury prevention, supplementation and nutrition

  • WHAT DID HE SAY?The Certified Personal Trainer course, which includes anatomy, kinesiology, injury prevention, supplementation and nutrition, and all aspects of weight training and strength training

  • WHAT DID HE SAY?The Certified Personal Trainer course, which includes anatomy, kinesiology, injury prevention, supplementation and nutrition, and all aspects of weight training and strength training, was created by a world-renowned staff of researchers, scientists, sports medicine specialists, and world champion athletes

  • National Council on Strength and FitnessThe NCSF programs have been peer reviewed and approved by the following organizations and licensing boards:National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodyworks (NCBTMB) National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification (NATABOC) DEA Health and Fitness Organization Commission of Dietetic Registration - The credentialing agency for the American Dietetic Association IDEA Health and Fitness Organization

  • National Council on Strength and FitnessThe NCSF works closely with the worlds leading fitness companies to ensure high quality delivery of personal training services to their members. The NCSF-CPT certification is approved, endorsed, and/or accepted at gyms around the world including:

  • CPT1: Intro to Personal Training Role of the Personal Trainer Factors that affect Health Health Related Components of Fitness Goals of Physical Activity and Health Health and Fitness Behavior Managing Personal Health 2: Anatomy Skeletal Anatomy Etiology of Osteoporosis Maintaining Healthy Bones Skeletal Muscle Anatomy Musculoskeletal Structures Joint Movement Capabilities

  • CPT3: Health Screening and Assessment Health Screening Tools to Evaluate Health Status Health Implications Exercise Program Decisions Liability and Client Care4: Exercise Physiology Skeletal Muscle Structure and Function Energy System Metabolism Muscle Fiber Characteristics Aerobic Training Factors Adaptations to Chronic Stress Dynamics of Temperature Regulation Acute CV Responses to Aerobic Exercises

  • CPT5: Aerobic Conditioning 6: Aerobic Exercise Prescription 7: Low Back 8: Range of Motion9, 10, 11: Resistance Training 12: Functional Training 13: Body Composition 14: Nutrition 15, 16: Weight Management 17: First Aid/CPR

  • Milliken Tech Center Weight roomField Trips to Local Fitness ClubsCardio AreaUnusual Cardio ActivitiesRock climbing, canoeing and kayaking, Pilates, cycling, and more!

  • Milliken TechBy January 2010, - CLIENTSMARKETING SKILLSCUSTOMER SERVICE RELATIONSMETHODS OF MOTIVATIONREMEMBER: THIS IS A BUSINESS!!!

  • Industry AssessmentIn May 2010, you will be able to take the NCSFs Industry Assessment to become a Certified Personal TrainerCredentials + Experience = Respect

  • HB Ward Tech CenterPortfolio

    ResumeLetter of RecommendationEmployability ProfileIndustry CertificationBusiness PlanMarketing Plan Research

  • HB Ward Tech

  • HB Ward Tech

  • Open HouseBring your Friends!Bring your Parents!!Bring your Questions!!!

  • Questions?Thank you for visiting WTAC!I hope to see you again in the Fall!

    Hello, my name is .Ask the group the question-Why are you here todayWhy are you interested in this course?Ask the group the question-Why are you here todayWhy are you interested in this course?Ask the group the question-Why are you here todayWhy are you interested in this course?Everyone here is I hope is interested in becoming a Certified Personal Trainer.

    In the broucure, we describe this course as the following

    THAT IS A MOUTHFUL?

    WHO WROTE THIS?

    Lets look at it a little closerWe will study anatomy

    Knowledge of skeletal and muscular systems

    How they work together

    How they react to training, etcKinesiologyStudy of movement

    Often I see people working out WRONG

    What can happen?

    Injury- self /othersWasted movementLoss of intrest/motiovation

    Look at Injury prevention

    Streaching0 Everyone hates doing it but if not done correctly.As an athlete, in order to participate, you need fuel!

    Food Pyramid? Learned that in fifth grade right?If that was true, then why do we have all of these diets and pills

    Look at the effects of these diets and supplements

    Pros/Cons of each

    Weight training

    No Body Builders!

    Master the movements

    State of the art equipment

    Low impact- exercise balls, stretch straps, hand weights, etc

    Great curriculum

    Junior college level

    Very challenging

    We will balance theory with application

    Some of the topics we will coverThis is not going to be your normal phys ed class!Does some of this sound familiar?

    Health?PE?

    YES!

    Research! There will be demonstrations and report writing

    When we submit this curriculum to the State for CTE endorsement, we are expecting and English and a Health credit!We are planning on the following activities/equipment:BUSINESS SKILLSPortfolio DevelopmentResumeLetters of RecommendationEmployability profilesBusiness PlanBOCES Certificate NCFS Certficate

    Tools you will need to market yourself as a personal trainerYou will be given the chance to take the NCFS Exam free of charge

    Excellent on Resume

    Prerequisite for employmentYou will have the information and the expertise to sell yourself to your clients.Talk with them about SkillsUSA

    The Honor Society

    At Milliken Tech Community Service is important

    Projects like Newsday Futurecorp and Volunteer Match

    Excellent Character building opportunities

    Colleges and employers like to see on a resumeVisit our website

    We have many articles about our successful students and staff

    www.esboces.org/mtcDont forget Open House!

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