In order to become a fitness trainer/instructor and train people, you must first complete hours of training that specializes in fitness (and bit of nutrition). When you complete your training, you get a certification that can help you get employed in a fitness centre.
The training programs to become an gym/fitness trainer, as well as the number of hours required during that training, is more or less the same in every state in India (most top fitness brands are fitness chains with branches all over India).
The fitness training involves theory & practicals.
Applications to become a fitness trainer can be done through the institute that offers the fitness training courses. You may even update your resume and apply to various fitness centres, once you’re fitness certified.
What Are the Benefits of Becoming a Fitness Trainer?
There are a number of good reasons why you should consider going through with the intensive training required to become a certified fitness trainer.
- First and foremost, you’ll be given preference in jobs. This simple reason alone is why several fitness trainers go through additional training to become certified.
- Secondly, it gives you the confidence to become a personal trainer where you could offer one-to-one coaching to clients and earn more respect and money.
- Thirdly, you will have more opportunities for career advancement. There are many other types of jobs in the fitness industry available (again, that pay more) that are only open to those who are better qualified.
What Will Fitness Training Teach Me?
Fitness training will teach you about human body, its composition, how to build muscles & lose weight, how to avoid injuries, what to eat, and so on.
The fitness training involves theory (anatomy, muscles, bones, injuries) & practicals (doing the right forms), and nutrition.
Where Do I Get Gym Fitness Trainers Training?
You can checkout with the leading fitness chains that offer Training for personal fitness trainers. You will have to complete the hours of training required (theory & practicals).