it's just that for a personal trainer, the question "how should i be working out" sounds a little vague. I guess I don't really know why I think this, given that the majority of the personal trainers I've met are under-informed, but I STILL, for some reason, work under the assumption that personal trainers will ideally know a thing or two, and at minimum, know enough to ask specific questions about what they don't know or aren't sure of.
I'd imagine a personal trainer or two would have trained an endomorph or two. what would you advise them?
also, you probably know that training programs are based on information besides somatype. something about your goals, how long you've been lifting, what your current program looks like, etc. might be useful.
even a question as simple as "in what ways should training for an endomorph differ from training for an ecto- or mesomorph?" would seem to lend itself to more useful replies than "how should i be working out". And as for the question above (i.e. "in what ways should training for an endomorph differ from training for an ecto- or mesomorph?"), my impression is that most of the certification tests that a trainer would have to take would cover this sort of thing. no?
not saying that those exams are based on the latest knowledge or anything. if you know what you had to know for the exams and were looking to augment that with newer information or a broader range of opinions or something, it would've been helpful to say that in your initial question.
all i'm saying really is that the way your question was phrased originally didn't sound like it was coming from a personal trainer and i wasn't sure whether or not you were a troll!