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Being a Physical trainer

 
Anonymous Coward
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05/10/2018 03:28 PM
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Being a Physical trainer
Should I? There is a PT school in my city. The classes are fulltime five days a week. The tuition is 8k. They accept the FASFA. I have read how hard it is to make a good income after you pay rent for the gym. If you work for a big box gym you make 12 an hour. My other choice is going for my RN. I am 30. What do I do?
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05/10/2018 03:31 PM
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PT
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05/10/2018 04:02 PM

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if you have not tried either one, do it first.
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05/10/2018 08:24 PM
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I chose the RN. I can do physical training anytime. Having a RN that gives me a secure job no matter what happens is vital.
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05/10/2018 08:30 PM
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RN by far, then you can do the PT thing on the side and people will probably have more respect for what you say because you are a RN, not some joker trying to get money for protein shakes.
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05/10/2018 08:32 PM
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Personal Training is awesome. You could try that out first and see if you like it since its quicker and cheaper than becoming an RN. If you don't end up liking it you will always have that knowledge to use for yourself. RN might pay higher, but personal trainer is a job with more freedom. And you can eventually work for yourself and charge whatever you want to charge.

Listen to the mind pump podcast. They are trainers and have lots of good advice.
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