Personal Trainer Salary

Earn More Money as an NASM Certified Personal Trainer

The NCCA-accredited NASM Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) is the only fitness certification that uses the Optimum Performance Training™ (OPT™) method, making it the preferred certification for hire by top health clubs as well as enabling greater career advancement.

This is reflected in the latest data from SimplyHired.com that reports NASM certified personal trainers earn approximately 20 percent more than trainers without credentials – and more than other NCCA-accredited certifications.

Remember, you're not just buying a certification; you're investing in your career. Make a wise investment today with the most comprehensive and respected certification in the fitness industry, the NASM CPT.

Average NASM Certified Personal Trainer Salaries

The average salary for NASM certified personal trainer jobs is $44,000.

In comparison this NASM certified personal trainer salary is:

  • $1,000 more than the average salary for a NSCA certified personal trainer
  • $2,000 more than the average salary for a ACE certified personal trainer
  • $3,000 more than the average salary for a ACSM certified personal trainer
  • $7,000 more than the average salary for a certified personal trainer

Average NASM certified personal trainer salaries can vary greatly due to company, location, industry, experience and benefits. This salary was calculated using the average salary for all jobs with the term "NASM certified personal trainer" anywhere in the job listing.

CNBC recently reported that the top 10% of personal trainers can earn more than $100,000 annually. Trainers who are certified with extended education and experience are among these top performers in the industry! Read more »

NASM Certified Personal Trainer Salary Information

This free salary calculator uses salary data from millions of job listings indexed by Simply Hired's job search engine. The NASM certified personal trainer salary comparisons feature allows job seekers to get the information required to make important career decisions and negotiate salary ranges.

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