Fitness 19 Personal Trainers Specialize In Meeting Your Goals

In high school I surrounded myself with weights and made some really good friends along the way that encouraged my lifestyle. Later I met my trainer and mentor who suggested I go to NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) to become a personal trainer so that I could do what I love most and help others achieve their goals. Aline: She adds a little fun n feisty to her fitness. Whether you're pushing it to the limit in one of her Triple Threat classes or kicking it up a notch out on the training floor, she gets the job done! She is a full-time certified personal trainer and group ex instructor. She loves sharing her nutritional suggestions in accomplishing your individual goals. Aline has worked with clients challenging them in ways they never imagined. She loves what she does and has the pleasure of having her clients results speak for her. visit

How to Become a Personal Trainer for Senior Citizens

After becoming certified to work with this specific group, you will have the knowledge to develop a personalized training program for each senior client, helping her to improve her mobility, health, independence and overall quality of life. Step 1 Get certified as a personal trainer. Choose a professional organization, such as the American College of Sports Medicine, The International Sports Science Association, National Academy of Sports Medicine and American Council on Exercise to receive your certification from. Step 2 Choose a specialty, such as working with senior citizens. visit

Becoming a personal trainer