Do you have persistent pain? This situation arises from the problems created by the imbalances that arise due to inactivity or incorrect-excessive movement. Musculoskeletal disorders are a condition that is seen in 80% of the adult population today and becomes chronic in 30%. Interventions for such problems can reduce and prevent these rates. Corrective exercise specialists not only provide the fitness activities that individuals need in this process, but also provide preventive studies against problems that may arise in the future. The target audience of this specialization appeals to a wide audience, from sedentary people to athletic performance athletes, from post-injury to old age. Therefore, CES experts who can make a successful impact in this field can make good profits. Studies have shown that compared to fitness trainers, people with CES certification earn 48% more.
- To have EQF Level 4 Personal Trainer Certificate
- or to graduate of the Faculty of Sports Sciences
- or to be a Strength Conditioning Coach