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NASM Textbook and Certification- Still the Industry Standard 18 février 2014
Par B. Barlow - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What I like about NASM's certification program for personal trainers is that they teach you to work on not just strength but flexibility, balance, nutrition, and the mindset of the client.

It's an integrated and whole body approach that allows all parts of the body to get fit before adding lots of pounds to their resistance training. It hasn't only helped me as a personal trainer advance through the ranks of my club, but also has given me the tools to really make some incredible changes in some of my clients (the willing one's anyways!).

If there were one criticism for this particular textbook, and really the certification in general, it would be the lack of emphasis on anything to do with selling yourself to clients. I found it especially difficult when I first started training in a club environment because I had never had a sales job, nor ever really wanted one.

I think a good addition to this textbook would be a book or program designed to help trainers (like myself) who have a true passion for health and fitness but not a very good handle on the sales and marketing part of it. I read a bookcalled The Personal Training Sales Education Textbook: A simple and effective sales system designed specifically for the personal trainer in the health club.. about six months into my career as a personal trainer, and have got to say it really opened my eyes to the fact that, yes this is sales but in order to be successful as a personal trainer I didn't have to give into the high pressured sales techniques that my first manager initially trained me on.

There are ways to communicate the value of personal training by linking thebenefits of training (or more to the point, the positive feelings one experiences when someone reaches their goals) and to do it so that can convince themselves that training is something worth paying for. I guess you would call it "soft" or "indirect" selling.

I would say to anyone new to this business to first get the NASM book and certification for the reasons I outlined above, there really is no better, and then also find yourself a solid resource that teaches you how to sell personal training and more importantly, how to communicate the value of personal training and then position yourself and your services as the best solution to helping them reach their goals.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
CHEAPER way to go 20 juin 2014
Par Anthony - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book is very long, and educational. If your looking for any cert NASM is the way to go. This certification is accredited cert accepted at most fitness centers. If you buy the package from the website it may be a little pricey. What i did was bought the book on Amazaon, and purchased only the test. And now i am a certified personal trainer. Thanks amazon for helping my career at a cheaper rate then that of the NASM website.
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NASM Review 19 décembre 2013
Par PuetzD - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great book. Compliments the online component of the program well. Even after passing the exam, I still lug this text around as a reference.
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Excellent read 12 juillet 2014
Par Nick - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As others have stated, yes, this book has alot of physiology and can be dry reading at times. However, if you want to be a successful trainer, knowing physiology and kinesiology is essential, so "suffering" through the dry parts is well worth it. I'm already certified as a personal trainer through another organization and bought this book to give me some added tools/perspectives on training. It's well worth the read. My only complaint has to do more with NASM and the cost of their exam.
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Overrated book and program 26 mars 2014
Par Ben Hurt - Publié sur Amazon.com
I wrote a review of this book many months ago but it has "disappeared," so I will write it again. I am a certified trainer, a member of both NASM and NSCA, but when my membership and certification with NASM expire, I will not renew. This book does not pass my expectations for organization or editing (and the organization itself is way too focused on making money, even showing an infomercial on late night TV). The number of mistakes is astounding, with outright contradictions at time, as if two different people wrote material on the same page. The repetition is irritating. Gyms are happy to hire trainers with a NASM cert so it's good for that but if you really want to be associated with a much more professional organization, look into certification with NSCA. See Joe Cannon's forum for many discussions on different certifications and programs.
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