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  1. Abaddon
    01-26-2011 04:26 AM
    Abaddon
    Thanks very much for your advice!
  2. Kyle Aaron
    01-26-2011 02:31 AM
    Kyle Aaron
    If you're running a gym, you won't be training many people, you'll be too busy with admin and staff stuff. To be a good gym manager, you'll need an understanding of training people.

    To have an understanding of training the ordinary low risk gym-goer, you only need (1) common sense and (2) Cert III+IV Fitness. EP is for moderate risk clients.

    To run a gym, you need some kind of Sports Management, there are certificates and diplomas, look into those.
  3. Abaddon
    01-26-2011 01:08 AM
    Abaddon
    Well, I have a background in health but do not hold any formal qualifications at present.
    I have a small list of positions I'm hopeful of taking (I should mention I'm minoring in business management/entrepreneurial skills):

    * Own and/or manage my own gym
    * Management (not necessarily top tier) of a government or private hospital/health campus.
    * And I've considered being a personal trainer or the like, but it's not a favoured option.

    My missus is also going to be a surgeon in a few years.
  4. Kyle Aaron
    01-26-2011 12:39 AM
    Kyle Aaron
    As with all things, depends on your goals. What sort of job do you want to do?
  5. Abaddon
    01-25-2011 10:56 PM
    Abaddon
    Hi Kyle. Something you wrote in a recent post prompted me to make an inquiry: I am due to start my BSc in Exercise Physiology this year. I was wondering what you think of this choice of study?

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