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If you want to know how to get started as a personal trainer, then read this article. We will go over the requirements for obtaining a CPT (Certified Personal Trainer) certification. After reading this article, you should have a good idea of what you need to do to get started. To become a personal trainer, one must attend a certified training school. After you have attended a training school and passed the state board exam, you will be CPT certified.

After getting your CPT certification, you will no longer be a CPT but will instead be called an EMT ( Emergency Medical Technician). There is a big difference between a CPT and an EMT, so make sure that you understand the difference before beginning a career as a personal trainer. 

If you are unsure on how to get started as a personal trainer, then we recommend that you look into becoming an exercise physiologist or a fitness trainer. There are plenty of resources out there for aspiring and current personal trainers (check out this breakdown of the best books for personal trainers for some excellent suggestions). 

Becoming a CPT vs. an EMT is only the first step on the ladder to being a personal trainer. Once you have completed your education and passed the state board exam, your next step will be to find a job as a registered professional trainer in your area. This will take some time, depending on the area that you live in. Once you are hired as a personal trainer, you will now be required to register with the fitness trainer association of your state. Here, you will be able to keep track of your certification, continuing education credits and other important information.

As mentioned above, there are many differences between how to get started as a personal trainer and how to become an EMT. Therefore, it is important to understand all of these differences and their implications before pursuing a career in personal training. You should also understand that personal trainers are required to get an examination in order to practice in this state. It is important to become a certified personal trainer before pursuing this profession.

It is also possible for someone who has completed the physical requirements of becoming a personal trainer to continue on to become an EMT. In fact, many personal trainers choose to continue on to become an EMT. This is because they have a passion for people and believe strongly that they can help save lives. If you choose to become a personal trainer and then continue on to become an EMT, then you have completed two separate but connected programs of study that will have impacts on your resume and experience when you pursue a career as a personal trainer.

As you can see, there are a number of steps involved when you consider how to get started as a personal trainer. There are also several different paths to consider when it comes to this career. Whether you want to specialize in pediatric, senior, or sports nutrition, you will need to become certified. You can continue your education by obtaining further training or continuing on to become a professional trainer. 

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