Possibly: Major exercise physiology, minor business management. Get your teaching certificate. Get your PT certificate. Teach HS PE and coach football. Win some HS Football Championships. Send some kids to D1 schools. Meet everyone you can and get a job in an AD at a university. While youre at it, it wouldnt hurt to put up some nice numbers in PL’ing contests.
The guy that trains my brother and his teammates is a former pro powerlifter. He works for free because he loves it. He takes seemingly ordinary high school kids and in 2 or 3 years has them at a level to which schools like FSU and Georgia Tech are throwing lots of scholership money their way.
Keep in mind that he doesnt have a training center, and no income from his training. Hes got a regular jon, a trunk full of ladders, cones, medicine balls, and hurdles, a gym membership, and a fucking monsterous hill in his neighborhood.
Not saying you cant do it, but itll take a shitload of work, and the right circumstances. If you could just get a degree and do that, there would be a hell of a lot more places like youre talking about.[/quote]
Physical Therapy isn’t some bullshit certificate like personal trainer. It’s a masters and a doctorate degree. You’re telling him to major in something and minor in something else and then get a teaching certificate. That’s logically a decade of education right there, sorry we don’t all go to community college, where those degrees don’t even exist.