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回应Brent Cromwell。< / p >
I would contact ACSM as they would probably have the most comprehensive information in this area as well as knowing if there are other certified trainers in your area that you would be able to consult. Thank you for reaching out and have a wonderful day!
回复Daniel Stein。< / p >
I am a approaching my senior year in an Exercise Science and still trying to find out exactly what I am going to do when I graduate. I was going to go after my DPT but that changed after reality struck and realizing how much more schooling is involved after receiving my BA. I have recently took an interest into working with the physically disabled because I have always wanted to take my education and help people, and I feel there is nothing more rewarding then working with those that are less fortunate. However, I am not finding a whole lot of information about a personal trainer that works strictly with those with physical limitations, nor do I know if there is a gym/association in my area that works with this population. Only thing I have been able to find was what you mentioned about the ACSM having a CIFT certification, is there an other information that you may be able to provide because I really believe this is the path I’d like to pursue?