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Searching for the best personal training certification?

When you look at all the options, you’ll see there really is no comparison—NASM is an industry leader. In fact, the median salary for NASM trainers is $40,784, nearly 13% above the industry median.*

  ACE ACSM NSCA ISSA
 

Employer
Preferred

Club managers surveyed agree: No certifier better prepares you to start your career than NASM.1

       
 

OPT: Optimum
Performance
Training System

       
 

Research
Institute

   
 

Choice of
Champions

     
 

Student
Support

   
 

Get Real Experience
& Job Guarantee

       
 

Long-Term
Career
Development

 
 

NCCA-
Accreditation

 

*NASM 2016 survey of full-time personal trainers. Industry median income from Bureau of Labor Statistics 2015 for full-time personal trainers earning above minimum wage, data retrieved from http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-9031.00 on 11/9/2016.

**Terms and conditions apply. Available through select CPT certification programs or program upgrades.

1 Results of study conducted by MarketLab, a third-party researcher, in May-June 2016, sampling U.S.-based Club Managers

2 Sourced from nbata.com data collected on April 26, 2016.

 
 

Employer
Preferred

Club managers surveyed agree: No certifier better prepares you to start your career than NASM.1


 

OPT: Optimum
Performance
Training System


 

Research
Institute

 

Choice of
Champions

 

Student
Support

 

Get Real
Experience
& Job Guarantee


 

Long-Term
Career
Development

 

NCCA-
Accreditation

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Starts today

Sign up to learn more about becoming
a Certified Personal Trainer.

*NASM 2016 survey of full-time personal trainers. Industry median income from Bureau of Labor Statistics 2015 for full-time personal trainers earning above minimum wage, data retrieved from http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-9031.00 on 11/9/2016.

**Terms and conditions apply. Available through select CPT certification programs or program upgrades.

1 Results of study conducted by MarketLab, a third-party researcher, in May-June 2016, sampling U.S.-based Club Managers

2 Sourced from nbata.com data collected on April 26, 2016.