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Human Movement Bundle

CPT guided study plus Corrective exercise specialization

Human Movement Bundle

Total Value: $2,398 You Pay: $1,678

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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN


With the Human Movement Bundle, you get the best of personal training and corrective exercise - for a fraction of the price. Become certified as a Personal Trainer, in as little as 10 weeks, through our Guided Study NASM-CPT Program. Then, because no client has the same movement patterns, build on those foundational skills with our Corrective Exercise Specialization.

Harness the combined power of NASM’s OPT® Model and Corrective Exercise Continuum (CEx) to create an individualized fitness strategy for each client. Expand your knowledge, stretch your earning potential and better help your clients, all while earning 1.9 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)!

WHAT’S INCLUDED?


The NASM-CPT Guided Study program is designed with you in mind. This is our most popular CPT program, and includes the option to participate in a flexible, 10-week course led by an NASM fitness expert. Program also includes a Job Guarantee, hardcopy textbook, exam retest and more!

The NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization will give you a step-by-step blueprint to create targeted, individualized training programs that optimize movement quality, enhance recovery, and improve performance. Course is completely online and includes high-quality videos, downloadable resources, plus a high-end, easy to use digital course portal.

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WHY COMBINE PERSONAL TRAINING AND CORRECTIVE EXERCISE?

  • Increase your earning potential by offering a unique, specialized skillset
  • Reach a wider group of potential clients
  • Start your fitness career off right with the knowledge to fully address your clients' needs
  • Program more efficient and effective workouts
  • Create unique and individualized fitness programs for each client
  • Earn enough Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to recertify your Trainer Certification

WHY CHOOSE NASM?


As a network of the most knowledgeable fitness professionals, NASM delivers unmatched training to personal trainers around the world.

Our CPT program continues to set the standard for the rest of the industry because we build fitness professionals from the ground up with the knowledge they need.

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Over a decade and a half ago, we pioneered corrective exercise to help our fitness professionals address movement imbalances for clients. Our Corrective Exercise Specialization emerged from our work in the human movement field and has become a centerpiece of our overall curriculum. The NASM-CPT and NASM-CES make the ultimate combination!

With this incredible bundle, you will gain the knowledge to design safe and effective exercise routines through the guidance of our cornerstone CPT program. The newly-revamped NASM-CES course builds on this foundation, including the latest research from the best experts in human movement. Additionally, the new NASM-CES course provides a convenient interface with increased mobile capability. This means you can learn and continue your corrective exercise education on the go - whenever and wherever.

With the NASM-CPT and NASM-CES, you will gain the ability to combine credible exercise prescription with targeted training, overcoming human movement barriers for a clear pathway to client success.

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NASM-CPTs who have an NASM-CES earn 26% more than other personal trainers.(Source: 2018 Annual NASM-CPT survey)

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80% of professional basketball teams have an NASM-CES on their staff. (Source: NBATA)

Hear From Our Graduates


Tony Ambler-Wright Review 5 stars

"I could probably say that I owe my career and where I'm at today to the Corrective Exercise Specialization . By implementing the assessments, programming, and solutions that I learned through the CES program, it allowed me to work with a wide variety of clients that I might not have been able to work with and help achieve their goals otherwise."

Tony Ambler-Wright


MS, NASM Master Instructor

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Rick Richey review 5 stars

"I know when I first started training with the CES, that's when my business picked up and I started getting a lot more clients and a lot of people that I wouldn't have normally seen. I wanted to train a lot of the athletic folks, and it's been amazing that even with elite athletes that I've trained, I do more of corrective exercise with them than probably almost anything else."

Rick Richey


Co-Founder at RēCOVER, owner of Independent Training Spot and NASM Master Instructor

Mike Fantagrassi Review 5 stars

"I'm very passionate about the Corrective Exercise Specialist because it's something that helped propel my career. In 2006 that's when I was exposed to the NASM corrective exercise specialization. I went through the course and it really transformed my business as a trainer. I became a lot busier because I knew I could work with a wider variety of clients. But on a personal level it helped me. I wasn't moving that great. I was in my early 30s, and I had some pain in my hip and also my shoulders from lifting heavy. And by following the protocols in the program I felt better. I became very passionate about corrective exercise, and I help teach other people how to get this as well."

Mike Fantagrassi


Sr. Director Product Development, NASM

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FAQ


NASM’s Personal Trainer Certification (NASM-CPT) is an NCCA accredited certification, meaning you must recertify every two years by earning Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

On the contrary, the Corrective Exercise Specialization (NASM-CES) is a specialization, not a certification, which means it does not need to be renewed. Once you pass your CES final exam, your NASM-CES specialization certificate never expires.

In order to recertify, NASM-CPTs are required to earn 2.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) every two years. As part of this bundle, you will automatically earn 1.9 CEUs upon passing of your Corrective Exercise Specialization final exam. This is all the CEUs needed to recertify, as the remaining 0.1 CEUs are fulfilled by maintaining your current CPR and AED certifications.

You have 6 months to complete the NASM-CPT final exam and 1 year to complete your NASM-CES final exam. Each course is typically completed in just 10 weeks. Extensions are available for each course for an additional fee.

Although the exams expire, you will maintain access to the NASM-CPT content for 1 year upon purchase and access to the NASM-CES content for 5 years or the life of the product; whichever expires first. This allows you to go back and reference the rich course content during the beginning of your career.

The OPT® model is our 5-phase training model that starts with Stabilization and ends with Power. The NASM-CPT program utilizes the Optimum Performance framework to ensure that all NASM-CPTs are well-versed in our training methods. Read here to learn more about the OPT® Model.

The Corrective Exercise Continuum is the foundation for the entire Corrective Exercise Specialization. It is a 4-step process for assessing and correcting human movement for clients. The 4 steps are talked about more in depth in our guide to the CEx.

NASM’s Personal Trainer Certification (NASM-CPT) is an NCCA accredited certification, meaning you must pass a proctored, in-person exam. On the contrary, the Corrective Exercise Specialization (NASM-CES) is a specialization, not an accredited certification. The corrective exercise final exam can is administered online and can be taken from the comfort of your own home, or wherever you prefer to take tests.

Don't fret! A free retest is included as part of the NASM-CPT Guided Study program. For more details, please refer to your Candidate Handbook.