PERSONAL TRAINER CERTIFICATION THAT WORKS
NFPT has been certifying personal trainers since 1988. We equip personal trainers to provide fitness training that is safe, effective and enjoyable for their clients.
We offer a nationally accredited professional credential as well as educational resources to help trainers establish a solid foundation for their career.
Our trainers are certified to work one-on-one or in small group settings. They have an understanding of fundamental exercise science principles for safe and effective fitness program design.
NFPT trainers get the support and resources needed to be successful in the fitness industry.
What People Say
I started personal training more recently, but it didn’t take long to know that being a personal trainer is what I want to do with my life! I had the pleasure of working directly with Ron Clark, NFPT’s founder, and I learned so much that I knew I could put it to work. Getting certified was the next step. I know now that it’s possible to take my passion and make it a career – because I’m doing it! Thank you NFPT!
Daniel Mills, CPT
Being a personal trainer has been the most rewarding career choice I’ve ever made. After 25 years of acting and entertainment, I met a personal trainer with the NFPT, his knowledge was amazing. I investigated the many affiliations but none of them offered what the NFPT did. I feel blessed to be a part of such a committed organization!
Debrae Barensfeld, CPT and NitroForce Owner
The NFPT CPT program is my recommended certification for entry level trainers to pursue. What makes NFPT different is how effective it is in giving trainers a good foundation of knowledge in an easy to understand format without overwhelming them. Beyond certification, the NFPT gives trainers an amazing yet cost effective platform to grow and expand their expertise.
Matt Hirschberg, CPT and Club Owner
Becoming a Personal Trainer
Have you been wondering how to become a personal trainer? There are many reasons why becoming a personal trainer could be the right move for you.
The Role of a Personal Trainer
If you want to keep yourself on track for a successful long term career, you should understand the role of the personal trainer. What does a personal trainer do?
How Much Do Personal Trainers Make?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and industry data, employment opportunities for personal trainers and group instructors is expected to grow by 24% between the years of 2010 to 2020. This expected growth rate has proven accurate with salary averages and job opportunities on the rise for fitness trainers.