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- What Does Personal Training Entail?
Personal Training may include:
- Fitness support with a certified personal trainer
- Client assessment: Time with a personal trainer to discuss goals and get your fitness assessment
- Complete health history/PAR-Q and physician consent, body composition testing and orientation of the weight room
- Warm up, stretching and cool down
- Free weight training instruction
- Cardiovascular exercise
- Exercise progression
- Evaluation and review of SMART goals
- Basic nutrition ideas for home and travel
- Encouragement and accountability
- What to Wear
Wear comfortable clothing (please keep CBU dress code in mind!). Athletic non-marking sole shoes and non-jean apparel are required. Rescheduling/canceling your session with a 24-hour notice is appreciated.
- Personal Training Credentials
All of our personal trainers are certified by nationally recognized organizations.
- Want to Become a Recreation Center Personal Trainer?
You must have your certification to be considered for employment. Certifications we accept are:
- Aerobic and Fitness Association of America/National Academy Sports Medicine (AFAA/NASM)
- American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
- American Council on Exercise (ACE)
- International Fitness Professionals Association (IFPA)
- International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA)
- National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association (NESTA)
- National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
- Personal Training Policies
Personal training is restricted to those individuals who are employed by CBU Recreation Center. Any other individuals found personal training may be asked to leave. Personal training is defined as fitness instruction to another individual.