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CORRECTIVE EXERCISE TRAINING

CORRECTIVE EXERCISE TRAINING

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As a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT), it's important to realize that just about every client you work with could be susceptible to common injuries and ailments, ranging from low-back pain to ACL tears to shoulder pain.

50-billion

BACK PAIN
$50 billion is spent on treating lower back pain in the U.S. annually.1

14-percent

NECK PAIN
14% of people will experience neck pain or problems.2

21-percent

SHOULDER PAIN
21% of people will experience shoulder pain.3,4.

213-billion

MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN
Musculoskeletal conditions cost $213 billion in direct and indirect expenses annually in the U.S. alone.5

THESE STAGGERING NUMBERS ESTABLISH A NEED FOR FITNESS PROFESSIONALS TO HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS TO WORK WITH THEIR CLIENTS TO PREVENT INJURY AND KEEP THEM COMING BACK TO ACHIEVE THEIR FITNESS GOALS.
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BROADEN YOUR MARKET EARN MORE AND KEEP YOUR CLIENTS COMING BACK

Did you know that personal trainers who have their NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization (NASM-CES) earn 48% more on average than other personal trainers without the NASM-CES?6 That's an amazing pay increase in an industry where your income is typically determined by the number of clients you have, how many sessions they book and how much they are willing to pay.

So, how does the NASM-CES bring in the extra dollars? Simple answer is, it's an undeniable value add.

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CORRECTIVE EXERCISE ISN'T DESIGNED JUST FOR
CLIENTS IN POOR PHYSICAL CONDITION

 

NASM’s Corrective Exercise Specialization applies to all clients, which means you bring increased value to new and existing customers. Obtaining the NASM-CES demonstrates your continued passion and investment in education, helping you better establish yourself as a leader in the fitness industry.

You can also apply the NASM Corrective Exercise program to clients that are already in good physical condition but want to do more! Maybe they are preparing for a race or competing in a sport. You will have the added value of making sure they are able to do their very best, maintain movement efficiency and help avoid injury as they challenge their bodies and push the limits.

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The techniques learned in the NASM-CES can be used with all clients.
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Become an even more valuable asset to any fitness facility where you can be the "go-to" expert. Plus, the reach of the NASM-CES extends beyond the gym - you'll find professionals in complementary fields holding the NASM-CES including chiropractors, massage therapists, group fitness instructors, athletic trainers, strength coaches and sports teams, and so many more.

 
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The NASM-CES teaches you how to use a variety of static and dynamic assessments to identify imbalances and use the results to design effective programs for your clients with the Corrective Exercise Continuum (CEx).

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1 https://www.thegoodbody.com/back-pain-statistics/#$50-billion-annually
2 https://www.cdc.gov/inchs/datainhsr/hhsr098.pdf
3 Griffin LY, Agel J, Albohm MJ, et al. Noncontact anterior cruciate ligament injuries: risk factors and prevention strategies. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2000;8(3):141-50.
4 Noyes FR, Mooar PA, Matthews DS, Butler DL. The symptomatic anterior cruciate deficient knee. Part I: the long-term functional disability in athletically active individuals. J Bone Joint Surg Am.1983; 65:154-62.
5 https://www.usbji.org/about/impact
6 2015 Annual NASM-CPT survey, n=2,837