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Personal Trainers • Gym Instructors • Aerobic Instructors Athletes • Fitness Club Owners • Managers
“In my 20 years certified with the NGA, it has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. It has enabled me to stay in very good shape and focus on the very best methods available in the exercise field, as well as helping others seeking the same. Exercise is hands down, the single most important element that everyone should incorporate into their lives, and it would be a difficult attempt to find better individuals than those who run the NGA, to guide and teach this critical and proven life enhancer.” - Fran Tufano
“I am an NGA Master Pro Bodybuilder and NGA certified personal trainer. If you want to get in the best shape of your life than a trainer that is certified by the National Gym Association, Inc. is the way to go with the combination of years of knowledge, and hands on experience your goals will achieved.” - Michael Russell
“As a full-time working professional in the fitness and health industry, being in NGA certified trainer has given me a nationally recognized level of credibility. Because the certification program is so diverse, I can speak to people from a point of reference about anything from nutrition, injury prevention and treatment, to advice on exercises to help them reach their goals confidently and effectively. The greatest reward I can hope to receive is knowing that I can help other people, and being an NGA certified personal trainer has given me the ability to do just that all over the world!” - Lex Kovacs
Convenient Study-at-Home • Reasonably Priced • Easily Assimilated
The National Gym Association, Inc. (NGA) a non-profit corporation was established in 1979 for the purpose of maintaining the highest standards of safety, education, and training. Our NGA Personal Trainers Certification course provides the tools and skills needed to become the highest caliber professional trainer. The manual is available in book or USB Flash Drive format and consists of 600 pages, 390 illustrations, and informative charts. Chapters cover: (1) Nutrition: A Physiologic Approach, (2) Dietary Planning and Energy Production, (3) Anatomy, Biomechanics, and Kinesiology, (4) Exercise Physiology, (5) Factors in Physical Performance, (6) Professional Trainer: Ethics and Conduct. Click here to GET NGA CERTIFIED.
The National Gym Association, Inc. PO Box 970579, Coconut Creek, FL 33097-0579 • (954) 344-8410 • •

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