Nutritionist Training

Over the past decade, the country has become increasingly obsessed with staying healthy and fit. Gyms have been springing up in every community, and enrollment continues to grow every year. Whether you're interested in working at a gym as a physical trainer, developing workouts and designing conditioning programs for members, or you want to have your own fitness consulting company, a fitness and nutrition program could be just what you need to get your career started. It is estimated that demand for fitness and nutrition professionals will rise 40% by 2010. By taking courses on relevant topics, such as managing personal health, fitness, injury prevention, sports nutrition, and stress management and reduction, you'll be ahead of the game when it comes to finding that fitness and nutrition job you've always wanted.

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Healthcare