TIMESTAMPS (Personal Trainer & Strength and Conditioning Specialist)
00:44 What is certified personal training & strength and conditioning coaching and how are they different?
02:20 What is the scope of practice of a personal trainer or strength & conditioning specialist vs other health professionals (doctor, dietician, physical therapist, chiropractor, etc), and when do you refer out?
04:27 What are the specialties of personal training & strength & conditioning (powerlifting, bodybuilding, weightlifting, etc) + what demographics / populations do you serve?
05:39 Why did you choose to personal training and strength & conditioning?
08:13 How personal training and strength & conditioning skills can help you be successful in other careers (like being a doctor)
09:14 What is a typical day in your life like and what are your work hours from week to week?
10:25 Is your schedule similar to other personal trainer’s and strength & conditioning coaches? Also, what employment settings are a good fit when starting out as a trainer (Is a private gym or a commercial gym a better job)?
12:13 What employment types and practice settings are there for CPT & CSCS? Job opportunities
13:34 How to become a CPT / CSCS? Are certain certifications or training better than others?
15:55 What are the most challenging aspects of personal training or strength & conditioning? + how to individualize training based on personality (psychology of training)
17:28 What are the most rewarding aspects of personal training?
18:16 What are misconceptions about personal training and strength & conditioning?
19:19 What personality types or individuals would be good personal trainers or strength & conditioning coaches?
20:01 How well are PT and SCS compensated and how can they increase their income? Do you feel their compensation is fair? (How much money & how to make more money as a trainer)
21:55 How do you stay on top of all the advances in fitness in terms of research, equipment, programs, trends, etc.?
24:35 How to get a good (high paying) job as a personal trainer or strength & conditioning specialist?
25:22 How to market yourself online and grow your social media presence as a fitness professional?
26:25 How do you establish a work life balance? What tips would you give personal trainers to improve this?
27:35 How has personal training changed since you started and what changes do you see in the next few decades?
30:49 How do you become a good personal trainer or strength & conditioning specialist?
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