After attending the Staley seminar, I realized that I need to make a career change to something I will truly enjoy doing. Since my BS is in Public Relations with a minor in exercise and sports sciences, I don't have a traditional educational background in exercise, sports, biomechanics, etc.
I've heard that there is no point in getting my master's or getting a new bachelor's degree. Many suggest getting certified.
So what should I do? I would like to be able to get into personal training and potentially have my own training facility or make it big like Staley and some of the others.
Should I get certified with the ISSA as a CFT? Or with the NSCA? Or both? Or some other certification program? Anyone know?