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Look for accredited training certifications from top organizations, some of the best:
1. ACSM – American College Of Sports Medicine 2. NASM – National Academy Of Sports Medicine 3. NSCA – National Strength And Conditioning Association 4. NCSF – National Council On Strength And Fitness 5. NFPT – National Federation Of Personal Trainers 6. ACE – American Council On Exercise 7. CI – Cooper Institute 8. Scirion Institude (SIEP) 9. ISSA – International Sports Science Association
Other important factors- education(degrees), years of service(experience), is that person compatible with what your looking for(training style). A good source to start with is U.S. Registry of Exercise Professionals.
Founded in 2014, the Coalition for the Registration of Exercise Professionals (CREP) is committed to advancing the fitness profession and promoting the value of professionals who hold NCCA-accredited certifications.
To help you identify yourself as one of those professionals, CREP has created a new badge for your website, social media platforms, business cards, and other Web-based advertising.
The “Find Me At” badge, which you can link to the U.S. Registry of Exercise Professionals home page, identifies you as an appropriately credentialed professional to current and potential clients, employers and other members of your community.
It also helps to align you with a nonprofit corporation supported by ACE and other respected certification providers committed to securing recognition of registered exercise professionals as health providers in order to make structured physical activity accessible and safe for all.
You are a leader; advertise yourself as one with the “Find Me At” badge, accessible on USreps.org. If you have any questions about appropriate use, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
1 Serving // 15 Minutes Recipe profile: Vegetarian 1 whole-grain or sprouted-grain tortilla or wrap ½ cup prepared pizza sauce ¼ cup mushrooms, sliced ¼ cup red bell pepper, sliced ¼ cup onion, sliced 2 tablespoons kalamata olives, sliced 2 tablespoons (1 oz.) feta cheese, crumbled ¼ teaspoon dried oregano (optional) 1 Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with foil or parchment paper. 2 Place tortilla on baking sheet and evenly spread with pizza sauce. Top with mushrooms, peppers, onion, olives, and feta. Bake for 10 minutes. 3 Sprinkle with oregano, if desired, before serving. Cut into slices. Per serving: 277 calories, 15 g fat, 29 g total carbohydrate, 11 g dietary fiber, 15 g protein