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If you liked this video, make sure you're subscribed to the channel and give it a thumbs up! I love you guys so much, your support never goes unnoticed! I finally passed the ACSM Certified Personal Trainer course, and on my first try! Getting certified is something i've been wanting to do for years, but I always allowed my self doubt to limit me and never truly go for it. I wanted to share with you guys how i passed the exam on my first try. In this video, I go over what to expect on the exam, how I studied, and some tips I have for you guys! Adrian Chavez Youtube Channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYlIqoFyiPXLz8ORG_oD48Q Be sure to use the code "Courtneyblue" for a 15% discount on his courses! This course absolutely helped me pass the exam. I couldn't recommend working Adrian more! For online coaching with me, check out my website! https://www.courtneyblue.com/ Are you following me on social media yet?! Instagram: @courtneyblue__ Twitter: @courtneyblue Facebook: Courtney Lunny
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If you or someone you know wants to become a Certified Personal Trainer but do not know where to start, don't worry because I got you covered! In this video I go over five of the most popular Personal Trainer Certifications. Remember that these are just MY opinions combined with what other people have said online. Thanks for watching! My Website: https://jpfitnesspro.com My Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jpfitness Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jpfitnesspro Twitter: http://twitter.com/JPtheTrainer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jpfitnesspro Tumblr: https://jpfitnesspro.tumblr.com Soundlcoud: https://soundcloud.com/jpfitnesspro Royalty Free Music Credit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVeqjN7YvVY&index=7&list=PLvjUrPe9WDzMzH-RGcXzed7vuVGNGAlUq
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Between the ACSM Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) and Certified Exercise Physiologist (EP-C), you'll get the inside scoop on making the right decision for YOU and your career.
Disclosure (at the time of publication): I perform contract work with non-profit organizations that offer personal training certifications and an Exercise Physiologist certification, including the ACSM, but I do not make money from these certifications. I am studying for the Certified Exercise Physiologist Exam (EP-C).
Disclaimer: These views and experiences are my own. The information in this video does not necessarily reflect the views of the ACSM and is not sanctioned or endorsed by the American College of Sports Medicine.
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David Barr CSCS, CISSN, RSCC