The AFPA Personal Trainer Certification program will provide you with personal training techniques and the tools you need to achieve success in the personal training business!
The Advanced Personal Trainer Certification help trainers to identify, correct and refine training programs for clients and athletes on all levels and sports, and provides programs to implement that are diverse and offer challenges to both.
The Master Level Certification program includes the Personal Trainer Certification, Advanced Personal Trainer Certification, Nutrition & Wellness Consultant Certification and Sports Conditioning Specialist Certification.
The Strength Conditioning Specialist Certification program offers an in-depth look at strength training for the upper, lower and core sections of the body. You will learn a variety of safe and effective personalized strength training programs various populations.
With your certification you will learn to build sports conditioning programs through testing and building up nine essential fitness components and tailor those training programs and drills to the development of sport-specific performance factors.
The Senior Fitness Certification will teach individuals who are considering working with, or currently working with older adults, to design and implement programs that are sensitive to the physical needs of the senior population.
The Post Rehab Exercise Specialist® Certification program will teach you how to develop safe and effective post rehabilitative fitness programs for clients with various limitations or that are recovering from a variety of injuries, disease and/or treatments.
The Personal Trainer for Special Populations Certification includes topics on adapting exercise principals and creating programs for individuals with arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, post-natal, menopause, seniors, youth, and young athletes; post rehab training for orthopedic injuries and cardiac patients.
Once you complete the Functional Training Specialist Certification you will learn why it is important to have a sense of purpose for exercise selection and how functional exercises cross over to enhance the activities of daily living. A progressive functional continuum is presented and reviewed.