Posts Tagged ‘career’

Should You Be a Personal Trainer??

Wednesday, April 10th, 2019
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If you exercise regularly, then congratulations: You’re already doing better than the majority of Americans. One study found that less than one-fourth of us are moving around enough. If you’re already leading an active lifestyle, then there’s a good chance that you’ve at least thought about working as a personal trainer.

If you like to exercise, it’s tempting to think that’s all you need. After all, if you’re good at working out, maybe you should use your talents to help other people become fitness experts. It’s a nice idea, but it’s usually not that simple. Here are three questions you should answer when deciding whether or not being a personal trainer is the right call.

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How to Build a Career with 4 Simple Changes in Lifestyle

Sunday, April 2nd, 2017

Be Prepared for New Opportunities

Life is a wonderful journey. Each step comes with some new opportunities. Tests and tools both are its constant companions. However, sometimes life slows down. Sometimes nothing makes sense. People come to a point from which nothing but thick gloom comes to view. Most don’t understand this is the point of change.

From this point begins another life, another journey, lest you are willing to make some conscious effort to change. Anyone can get a job and stick to it. But, everyone cannot build a career. This is a difficult task which only a rare few succeed in making.

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So, what are the changes that you need to make to build the solid foundation upon which the castle of your career will stand? (more…)

5 More Jobs That Require You to Be in Peak Physical Condition

Monday, January 14th, 2013

Non-Fitness Jobs that Require Lots of Fitness

Roughnecks GirlsYou might have browsed a recent post of mine about the top 5 fitness careers or maybe you just want to work in the fitness industry. Here is a list of jobs that might not be in the fitness field, but still require a high level of fitness.

Many people strive to find jobs that are the least physically demanding. Whether you’re sitting behind a desk all day or filling coffee orders at break-neck speeds, you have enough stress to deal with. You don’t want to heap physical exertion on top of it.

However, there are those people who would rather toil all day than wear a suit and be confined to a cubicle, and for these people, the thought of being paid for physical activity is preferable. That said, there are plenty of jobs that are physically demanding, and they will likely appeal to different segments of the working class.

Here are few careers that require workers to be in peak physical condition.

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