Vetting personal trainers
When Deena Christy decided to become a personal trainer, she first figured she’d get the training online.She paid the fee, did some of the course work, and then just stopped.”I paid $500 for a class I never completed,” Christy said.She is a former teacher and longtime landscaping business owner who decided to make a career change just a few months shy of her 62nd birthday. She is fit, with strawberry-blond hair and a direct, no-nonsense attitude that should serve her well when she starts working with aging baby boomers and overweight children.”So I came here to Colorado to take this course, because I need to be immersed in this to succeed at my goal,” Christy said.Read more: http://www.denverpost.com/lifestyles/ci_22981583/finding-personal-trainer-can-be-confusing-search-sea
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