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Imagine leading a group fitness program at a community center, gym or health club or traveling to clients homes to provide one-on-one personal training? With more Americans taking a proactive role in their health, careers in this field are experiencing tremendous growth. That’s not to mention the growing online fitness trends which allow many trainers to brand themselves as online fitness coaches and sell workouts to a virtual community.

If you’re ready to begin a new fitness career or expand your expertise, AACC offers a variety of programs available online, face-to-face or as a combination.

What courses will I take?

FIT 501 "Business Success for Fitness Professionals"

FIT 502 "Exercise Program Design for Special Population"

FIT 503 "Nutritional Concepts"

FIT 504 "Older Adult Specialist Certification"

FIT 505 "Group Fitness Certification"

CFR 575 "Personal Fitness Trainer Certification"

CSS 586 "Sports Nutrition Consultant Certification"

HTH 590 "Personal Fitness Trainer Certification - Level 2"

Some of these courses are approved by the American Aerobic Association International/International Sports Medicine Association. The FIT courses are approved by the World Instructor Training Schools (W.I.T.S) and are offered as continuing education courses for personal fitness trainers or certified athletic trainers. FIT 504 and FIT 505 are hybrid courses providing a specialty certification from W.I.T.S.

How do I enroll?

Register online, by mail or in person.

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