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Codes of Ethics in Exercise and Fitness

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"Codes Of Ethics In Exercise And Fitness."

According to the author, Heather Hitchcock, It is best to demonstrate how personal trainers should behave professionally, which abide by the code of ethics. Portraying professional manners toward each client as well as a building a professional relationship. It is important that we maintain the client's best interest such as their safety and health. Overall, all personal trainers should abide the code of ethics by staying within the scope of practice.

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Missouri Ludlum's curator insight, April 15, 2013 4:47 PM

This article gives great insight into the codes of ethics for personal trainers.

Brent Moore's curator insight, November 15, 2013 7:23 PM

Personal training is a growing field with little regulation. The professional personal trainer must develop his personal and professional ethics in a way that protects the client and the trainer from harm and legal action. Many certifying agencies have their own code of ethics to help personal trainers conduct themselves in an ethical manner.

Gage Wesley's curator insight, December 16, 2013 1:17 PM

Based on this article, I've learned that you need to be patient and have proper ettiquette in order to be successful with the people that you're training.

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Let’s teach kids about the successes and failures of big-time sports

Let’s teach kids about big-time athletics the same way they learn about everything else.
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The Emotional Personal Trainer: Part 1 | Personal Training ...

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Lexington KY's Top Personal Trainer Jay Scott discusses dealing with emotions correctly; and the #1 trait his Top Personal Training clients share.

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Ethics Training | The Demand For Fitness Centers

The Demand For Fitness Centers. August 9, 2012. Substantial physical in addition to emotional benefits result from subscribing to and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Committing yourself to regular exercise can drastically reduce the chances of ...

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Importance of Ethics in Sport

We get to hear news about the unethical behavior of players and
authorities in the highly competitive sports environment. Sports have
huge impact people's lives, as they create unity, promote values and
community pride.

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Personal Training Business Action Plan

A Blueprint For Developing, Managing And Growing A Tremendously Profitable Personal Training Business (Personal Training Business Action Plan: A Blueprint For Developing, Managing And Growing A Tremendously Profitab...)...

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Gym Could Make You Ill, Nuffield Health Poll Finds - Huffington Post UK

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Daily MailGym Could Make You Ill, Nuffield Health Poll FindsHuffington Post UKAlmost three-quarters (74%) of people polled by Nuffield Health said they had witnessed "bad fitness etiquette" in the gym including poor hygiene like failing to clean...

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Lori White's curator insight, January 20, 2013 6:48 PM

This article involves ethics more related to personal hygene and how bad hygene can cause others to become ill which deals with values of respecting and caring for others. This is related to my profession because as a personal trainer, you see these issues arise daily.

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Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: Winning Ugly

A win is a win. This is a fundamental maxim of competitive sport. But a second level of discussion always occurs around how a team wins. Teams can win well; games can be well fought and competitive; teams can give up; ...

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Tyler Skovron's curator insight, December 16, 2012 11:14 PM

A win is a win.  Pretty or ugly, you still succeeded and beat the competiton.  After all, 2nd place is the first loser.