Personal Trainer Diploma
Are you ready for a fulfilling career you are also passionate about? Then you’ve come to the right place. The Personal Trainer Diploma program at Bryan University can teach you the ins and outs of personal training, so you can motivate clients to get results, understand the physiology of exercise and how to work different muscle groups, and maintain the right diet for a healthy, active lifestyle.
If you are passionate about fitness and want to help others realize their body’s potential, earn your Personal Trainer Diploma and turn your interests into an exciting new career. As a personal trainer, you’ll work one-on-one with clients to help them achieve their fitness and nutrition goals.
The Personal Trainer Diploma from Bryan can teach you the knowledge and skills to be the best personal trainer you can be. With classes that teach industry terminology, the biomechanics of exercise, athletic training, sports medicine and how to track progress, you’ll be well-equipped to pass your personal trainer certification exam and begin your new career as a certified personal trainer!
Ready for the next step?
- Trish Scott, BS, ACE Personal Trainer, Cycle Reebok, TRX, Silver Sneakers Certified Instructor.
- Michael Thomas, PhD, Health and Human Performance
“I needed one-on-one attention to help me with discipline. I came to Bryan to get that personal attention, which I [received] here.”Bentlee Mathews, Graduate
When You Choose a Quality Education, You Can Expect a Quality Career.
You may choose to graduate and immediately put your skills to work, or go on to earn your Exercise Specialist Associate of Applied Science degree. Either way, you’ll have the training and confidence to earn your personal trainer certification and land a great job in the fitness field.
Specific areas of program focus include:
You’ll be expected to:*
Offer alternatives during classes to accommodate different levels of fitness.
Evaluate individuals’ abilities, needs, and physical conditions, and develop suitable training programs to meet any special requirements.
Observe participants and inform them of corrective measures necessary for skill improvement.
Monitor participants’ progress and adapt programs as needed.