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    Who here works in a unrelated career AND does personal training?

    I'm sorta at a crossroads. I've always had a passion for car/motorcycles, and decided to go back to college for Automotive Collision Repair as I would like to have a career in painting cars/bikes, but I'm questioning whether I should continue pursuing my certification in personal training (NASM CPT). Does anyone work a unrelated career and do personal training as stated in the title? I'm wondering if it's even a wise idea time wise as lets say I work a typical 9-5 in that first career, and then I also do sports (martial arts) as a hobby about 6-8 hours a week and if I were to do personal training would probably focus on that niche market related to martial arts/fighters/etc. Plus the fact I'd have to stay on "top" of the personal training with training then the general population. Input is appreciate if it's even wise to divide my time between two, or just cut my losses on the personal training at this point. Thank you.
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    Do what you're passionate about, man. I know exactly what you mean; I'm a nurse, a soldier, a tattoo artist, a musician, a video-gamer, a student, and a gym rat. Something's gotta give if you have too busy of a schedule. I think you could probably fit it in your schedule a few days a week though. 8 hours 5 days a week leaves a LOT of extra time; trust me - I work 12-16 hours 6 days a week and I still fit all my craziness in Cheers!
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    I work for a major insurance company full time 7:00-3:30 and train 2 days a week (Roughly 10 hours a week). I don't see why you couldnt do both.
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