Don’t ignore bad movements. Fix them. With the NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization
This month I’ll be studying for my 2nd certification in personal training, Corrective Exercise. From the NASM.org website, below is a little information about CES (Corrective Exercise Specialist). It’s become apparent that not only do I need a degree as I’ve seasoned in life, I also need continuing education and certifications to educate others on how to best take care of themselves. As a Personal Trainer, I’ve seen so many people have injuries that keep them from getting the appropriate exercise they need. They just don’t know how to exercise or where to start.
Thankfully, the specialization in corrective exercise will help me to help so many people continue to be mobile, flexible and remain balanced as they live out their lives. I’m a blessed woman and yes, a lucky one to have become a personal trainer. In the beginning when I first became certified, I didn’t think I would use this certification but then being employed with 24 Hour Fitness I have fallen in love with the fitness industry. In part, because I can help so many more people improve their lives and increase their quality of life more so than if I just remained an Esthetician and gave facials treatments. I love the spa, don’t get me wrong, but personal training gives me so much more. I love what I do and love who I have become. I want to be who I am.
The NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization (CES) takes your personal training skills to the next level!
Muscle imbalances lead to poor movement. Poor movement leads to injuries. As a Corrective Exercise Specialist, you could help prevent those injuries.
With the NASM-CES, you’ll learn the skills and knowledge to help clients at any fitness level address muscular imbalances and faulty movements. Advance your career and become an invaluable asset to your clients by getting an NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization.