After losing 100 lbs and developing a passion for life-changing fitness and wellness, I would like to pursue a career in fitness where I can help others change their lives, too. I would like to write about fitness (I currently write for a fitness blog for college students), be a group fitness instructor (and maybe someday a personal trainer!), and/or work with a non-profit dedicated to wellness. I already have an advanced degree, but not in this field at all! Is going back to school for exercise science the best way to go? Or is it possible to build experience without a formal degree? I want to make a difference but I’m not sure where to start!
I am also overweight and had health issues that needed to be addressed. I found that changing my diet and lifestyle made all of the difference in my life.
A friend of mine referred me to the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and I took the course for an amazing career as a Health Coach.
They have an offer for a free book right now that will give you a good idea of their philosophy, s a holistic approach based on bio-individuality- that every person requires a specific program that will cater to their individual needs. The course will connect you with MANY people in the health and fitness field, and offers an alternative to the mainstream medical profession where people continue to suffer ill health. After completing the course you will be a certified Health Coach. and will help people to find their plan for personal wellness. It will be a positive life changing experience , and you can take it as far as you like or use the information for personal growth. On of the best bargains in the fitness field
If you use my name for a referral (KAREN ANTONE), there is usually a discount if you are referred by alumni
If you have any questions please feel free to email me at [email protected]
Good Luck to you and I am sure that in whatever path you choose your enthusiam and personal experience will be inspirational to the many people you will help and support