AFAA® is proud to team up with NASM.

Our partner, the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), offers science based health and fitness solutions, that will:

  • Expand your skill set
  • Boost your income potential*
  • Grow your client roster

NASM NUTRITION CERTIFICATION

In this revolutionary interactive program, you’ll learn how to put your clients on the healthiest route towards their best selves. With successful completion, you’ll be a NASM Certified Nutrition Coach (NASM-CNC), with all the relevant knowledge and abilities you’ll need to design and deliver top-quality, individualized nutrition coaching for any level of client.

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NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization

Learn how to prevent injuries caused by muscular imbalances and faulty movements. Find out how to eliminate pain, improve posture and flexibility and fix imbalances, making yourself an invaluable asset to your clients.

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NASM PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT SPECIALIZATION

Improve your client’s flexibility, speed, agility and performance. Build tougher, faster and stronger professional athletes and weekend warriors utilizing the latest evidenced-based sports performance exercise techniques.

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NASM BEHAVIOR CHANGE SPECIALIZATION

Create positive change by identifying your clients’ motivational triggers and helping them achieve sustainable results. Also learn how to systematically assess and implement behavior change tactics in a progressive approach with our exclusive SWIM model.

$499

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NASM WEIGHT LOSS SPECIALIZATION

This in-demand specialization helps obese and overweight clients gain the knowledge they need to lose their weight - and reclaim their health. Master the secrets of diet, exercise and psychology to help them take it off and keep it off.

$499

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NASM WOMEN'S FITNESS SPECIALIZATION

Train women of all ages and body types using the Optimum Performance Training™ (OPT™) model, plus principles of good nutrition to help them stay fit and healthy.

$299

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*2016 Annual NASM-CPT survey, n = 2,806.