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    im starting there in nov, the trainer @ my gym is certified through there as well, yeah anyone could just pay 600 bucks and take a test but i rather get a hands on experience rather than studying out of a book by myself.
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    Did you go to the Orlando location?

    Originally Posted by believe7 View Post
    NPTI was the best experience ever!! I learned so much from the hands on school....all of my classmates had something totally different to bring to the table...and i learned so many different creative exercises. I think it is 100% worth the $6000!!! Let me know if you have an other questions about it.
    Hope you go with it.
    P.s. NPTI is nationally accredited above NASM.
    I was wondering if you went to the Orlando Residential program? I am attending classes there starting July 18th. I had some questions about your experience of the program and what I need to bring to the apartment.
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    Originally Posted by djstover84 View Post
    I was wondering if you went to the Orlando Residential program? I am attending classes there starting July 18th. I had some questions about your experience of the program and what I need to bring to the apartment.
    Let me know how it is. I just discovered this yesterday while searching info about becoming a trainer. I live in Daytona, so I am wondering if I can just by pass the added cost of the apt and just drive there every day. I agree that a hands on approach is more practical than just studying a book and passing a test. At least for me, I learn much better by hands on and practice.
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    alright guys so after a year or so I feel like I need to go forward with my life, and i see npti as the best path to start on. So i have 3 locations I'm looking at- Newport beach, CA,- Santa Monica, CA- and possibly San Diego. I'm more leaning towards Santa Monica due to its bodybuilder/fitness atmosphere. So I was wondering out of those locations which would be the best for buisness?
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    i thought the same thing about npti, but i signed up anyways and i have to say from my personal experience, its the best if you can afford it. They go in depth about everything in an easy to understand way. Im taking the day classes from 930-230 and we have plenty of time to ask questions and be shown the correct way. Were given 2 hrs to work out the areas that we learned about or our own workout plan, and the students that have been in the program longer get to design workouts, apply what they learned to the newer students and work on their people skills. If you can afford it, I say go for it.
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    I just graduated from NPTI in Colorado. I think this school is so legit!! there are so many trainers out there that just take the test, pass, and become trainers. at NPTI you get to have practical training actually working with other students. It's amazing, i would def recommend it. Good Luck!!!!
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    First yes NPTI is not cheap but like in most cases you get what you par for. I am a NPTI graduate from sacramento,ca, I have a TRX, Crossfit Level 1 cert, and I got my NASM before I graduated from NPTI. I can honestly tell you I learned so much more at NPTI then I ever did just reading a book through NASM. The 500 hours of education was extremely helpful and when it did come time to find a job all of the places I interviewed at loved the fact that I had actual hands on experience training not only one on one but group as well. So yeh it was not cheap but by for the best $$ I have spent period.
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    student loan?

    I have been trying to find places that will give student loans for NPTI but am unable to find any. Where are you getting your student loan from because I really want to go through the class at NPTI but cannot do so until I find some sort of loan or student loan.

    Originally Posted by JayAllen20 View Post
    I actually went to NPTI out here in Hoboken, NJ and it was the best thing I've ever done. There's a big difference between taking a test for a cert. and getting 500 hours of in class and in gym experience. It's one thing to know the stuff and a whole other thing to be able to apply it.

    It is NCCA accredited and since they are a legitamite school recognized by the board of education you can easily take out a student loan to pay for the couse, which is what I did.

    We have 2 other trainers here that went to NPTI and we are the busiest trainers in the gym by far because of the learning exp. and hands on exp. we got there.
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    I don't have anything NASM or NPTI related but from what I hear the NPTI sounds really good.

    For one, it's studying material is based on the NASM which is one of the best certifications in the industry, especially when it comes to corrective exercises and special needs clients. Great certification for dealing with the general population.
    The NPTI helps prepare you for the NASM in addition to giving you it's own NCCA accredited degree which is recognized by many industries. Plus, being given a hands on approach to teaching where you're actually there practicing what you learn will always be more effective than studying from a book, I don't care how good at studying you are.

    I'm working on the CSCS currently but I may look into the NASM's Corrective Exercise Specialist certification and since that requires the NASM CPT I may try out the NPTI to prepare for that.
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    Originally Posted by silverlightning View Post
    is $6000 to learn how to lift weights correctly? nothing beats years of hitting the iron to train someone.
    who says you have been doing it right thought?
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    Npti

    Originally Posted by XtremeFitnessINC View Post
    It's definitely not worth it ($5900 - $6300) and it's not NCCA accredited. They have some kind of weird diploma program but you can get a reputable cert for $300-$599.
    NPTI, as a Dept of Education Diploma Program, cannot be accredited through NCCA. NCCA is an accreditation for a exam that you study for. NPTI also is NASM's largest academic partner--you will get your NASM-CPT upon completion of the course. It is "weird", I guess, because personal trainers have never gone through this much education before. Keep in mind NCCA is only relevant to accredited psychometrically sound exams and is not a base of quality or education.
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    Can anyone who is attending or has attended recently provide an updated opinion on the program?
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    Hello - I am thinking of starting at the Vienna, Virginia site in April - anyone have an experience there? Thanks for any feedback.
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    NPTI is an excellent program. You can do 6 months or a year. Any idiot can go online and get a certification. BUT do they even know to physically train people? NO. To many people are taking the easy way out and their clients are suffering for it. Those people give people who actually took the time to really learn what personal training is all about, a bad name. It gives the Personal Training industry a bad name.You do In the gym, Hands on works out every day. Practicing form and how to break down exercises to teach them and how to make them easier for less experienced clients or harder for more advanced clients. As well as other hands on lessons. Is the tuition worth it? Yes. It is now partnered with NASAM. One of the most recognized certifications out there. So yes NPTI is definitely worth it. When I was interviewing many people commented that it is a good school.
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    Yes NPTI has been around for over a decade that I am aware of. As I understand it, they now use the NASM books so there is some type of relation ship. Im not sure if people get an NASM cert or not but I do believe they get a diploma from NPTI. its very comprehensive. Its about $6,000 to take the program
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    Originally Posted by JayAllen20 View Post
    I actually went to NPTI out here in Hoboken, NJ and it was the best thing I've ever done. There's a big difference between taking a test for a cert. and getting 500 hours of in class and in gym experience. It's one thing to know the stuff and a whole other thing to be able to apply it.

    It is NCCA accredited and since they are a legitamite school recognized by the board of education you can easily take out a student loan to pay for the couse, which is what I did.

    We have 2 other trainers here that went to NPTI and we are the busiest trainers in the gym by far because of the learning exp. and hands on exp. we got there.
    dunno if ur gonna see this cuz its been awhile since this thread was used but where did you go through to get ur student loan for this? i want to go in july but im having trouble finding a place that works with npti
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    Originally Posted by NickKingsbury View Post
    I think this is one of the DUMBEST things I've ever read. Of course they aren't recognize by a "federal or state agency"...but then again WHO IS??? No one! WTF does that have to do with anything?

    NCCA accreditation certifies that a company has a LEGALLY DEFENSIBLE training program. THAT is what these gyms and companies care about...being sued...you mental midget.

    TRY getting a job WITHOUT a Cert. from a company that is NCCA accredited.

    Like it or not NCCA *IS* the gold standard and it *IS* the standard that people go by to determine if something is LEGALLY DEFENSIBLE when someone is sued.

    If they are not NCCA accredited then the Certification is WORTHLESS.

    I don't know where you're from...but you're an IDIOT if you actually believe what you said about NCCA.

    College is a waste of money if all you want to do is become a personal trainer at a gym. If you want to teach or something like that...then go to college but don't spend 6k to do it. That's just not smart.

    I notice all these people with 50 thousand letters and numbers after their names...and it didn't raise their paycheck ONE RED CENT. If you want to get all of these certs...for yourself, great...but the general public doesn't care. The local YMCA or Golds or others doesn't much care so long as you are NCCA accredited company certified ...i.e. ACSM etc...
    Dude, relax.

    And last I checked the ISSA isn't NCCA accredited and, yes, many gyms do accept it.

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    Originally Posted by ExtremeEnigma View Post

    Why AREN'T you sure if he's serious?

    The fundamentals of exercise really have not changed. The primary lifts are still the same and if you're not training with intensity, then you're not training.

    Fads come and go. Pilates and an emphasis on core training . . . the latest on corrective exercise . . . CrossFit (though I do kind of like CrossFit and find it fascinating) . . . but at the end of the day not much has really changed on the exercise front.
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    I am seriously thinking of taking the course here in OH. Recently I received an email indicating that the school is now eligible for financial assistance. Unfortunately, the price increased, but at least now it is covered.

    I have been working out my whole life, however, the hands on training is something I am very excited about. I will be going to the open house to get more information on the schooling.

    Also I love the idea of getting all the training on the subject of health and fitness. With a college degree I've gotta worry about taking all of these other classes I care nothing about that are part of the degree, pre-reqs etc. Worry about the classes I have to take that may not be available that semester. With this program, I go in several days a week for 6 months or so and at the end I am fully trained. I think that's awesome!

    The site won't let me post a link, but the NPTI OH site has information on Financial Aid.
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    Originally Posted by Slimgirl View Post
    I am seriously thinking of taking the course here in OH. Recently I received an email indicating that the school is now eligible for financial assistance. Unfortunately, the price increased, but at least now it is covered.

    I have been working out my whole life, however, the hands on training is something I am very excited about. I will be going to the open house to get more information on the schooling.

    Also I love the idea of getting all the training on the subject of health and fitness. With a college degree I've gotta worry about taking all of these other classes I care nothing about that are part of the degree, pre-reqs etc. Worry about the classes I have to take that may not be available that semester. With this program, I go in several days a week for 6 months or so and at the end I am fully trained. I think that's awesome!

    The site won't let me post a link, but the NPTI OH site has information on Financial Aid.

    Don't pass up the opportunity to attend NPTI Ohio. It is well worth the investment. What I learned in college only touched the surface of the information NPTI covers.
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    Legit to whom?
    Certifications mean nothing to your client nor will it make you any smarter. They do matter to big box gyms though
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    Originally Posted by Fitn52 View Post
    Hello - I am thinking of starting at the Vienna, Virginia site in April - anyone have an experience there? Thanks for any feedback.
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