Becoming a PFTA Certified Personal Fitness Trainer…
If you are new to the personal training industry, getting your PFTA Personal Trainer Certification is your first step to success. In a matter of weeks, you will be experiencing an exciting and financially rewarding career helping others obtain their lifelong health & fitness goals!
PFTA Personal Trainer graduates can start a personal training business of their own from their home, train clients in the client’s own home gyms, work at community recreation centers, hospital fitness facilities, universities and local colleges, heath clubs, gyms.
This course provides information necessary for implementing an individualized fitness program that is safe and effective to train individuals in gyms, health clubs, and other one-on-one fitness training environments. This training program will provide you with successful advanced training techniques to help you achieve a top rated training business!
As a PFTA Personal Trainer working for yourself:
- You keep the money you earn.
- You receive many tax advantages.
- You create your own work schedule.
- Your average hourly income can range from $40-$125 per hour.
- You make all the business decisions.
- You can work from home, in a clients home, or at a facility.
Some PFTA certified trainers have created their own home gym and earn over $1,000 per week, working their own schedule with no travel time and expense.
You can further your credentials by obtaining other AFPA Specialty Certifications and increase your earning potential.