The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club announced a strategic academic partnership to deliver the top health and fitness curriculum and training methodology in a hands-on, classroom setting for new certified personal fitness trainers.
“True to our mission of providing students with a solid educational foundation, our goal is to create the premier fitness training school allowing for an in-depth educational experience,” said Vic Spatola, master trainer. “To achieve this objective, we knew it was critical to align ourselves with the fitness certification program that would best prepare our students for a successful career as a professional fitness trainer. The best partner for us is NASM because of its reputation as an industry leader.”
NASM, a global leader in personal training certification, sports performance training and injury prevention and recovery, is the premier certifying body and education authority for Certified Personal Trainers (CPT). Accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), the NASM CPT credential is the preferred choice of top health clubs and fitness facilities around the world. Students who complete the Greenwood NASM-Certified personal trainer Development Program earn a variety of health and fitness skills, including:
“Through this collaboration with Spatola, we’re making our CPT program much more accessible and creating a long-term career path for health and fitness professionals looking to advance their education,” said Andrew Wyant, president of the NASM.
After completing and passing the NASM-CPT exam, graduates have the opportunity to pursue flexible, and financially rewarding careers in a variety of settings such as multipurpose health clubs, corporate fitness centers, independent business operators, community centers and more.
Students interested in becoming a NASM certified personal trainer at Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club should contact VicS@Greenwoodatc.com or 303-770-2582;339 or visit GreenwoodATC.com/NASM.
Academic institutions interested in learning more about NASM curriculum should contact the NASM Academic Advisory Team at 1-800-460-NASM (6276) or visit NASM.org/academic.
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