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Why DC shouldn't regulate personal trainers - Washington Post

Why DC shouldn't regulate personal trainers - Washington Post | sports | Scoop.it
A fitness boom in the District could be stifled.
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3 Ways Your Personal Trainer Steers You Wrong

3 Ways Your Personal Trainer Steers You Wrong | sports | Scoop.it
3 Ways Your Personal Trainer Steers You Wrong. When you hire the services of a personal trainer, you expect that he or she will provide you with a high value for your hard earned money.

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Christina M. Wolfe's curator insight, November 13, 2013 9:16 PM

Always check credentials, if it doesn't sound right, it's probably not.

Chris Perkins's curator insight, August 17, 2014 6:14 PM

Explaining what trainers do wrong is a great way to weed out the trainers with no ethics. One of the biggest parts of being a trainer is to cater to your client. Give them what they need not what you need. Focus solely on that client and what works for them. This is all a part of being an ethical trainer and following the code of ethics.

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Personal Training 12: Ethics

This post is part of an ongoing series about my learning process as I train to become a personal trainer.  In this post, I’m going to look at the code of ethics that we sign up to as personal trainers … Continue reading →...

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Amanda Chappel: Personal Trainer to be: Defining Ethics

Amanda Chappel: Personal Trainer to be: Defining Ethics | sports | Scoop.it
The code of ethics for my field is pretty much common sense related issues. The article I read listed many things that are in the conduct for a personal trainer. Here are a few: 1. Be professional- maintain a professional attitude ...

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Erin Gateman's comment, July 17, 2013 2:34 AM
Extremely important, especially hearing it from a trainer themselves.
Christina M. Wolfe's curator insight, November 13, 2013 9:14 PM

It's great to have the ground work laid out for you and your clients so you don't over step boundaries.

Deana Orellana's curator insight, March 6, 2014 1:49 PM

Great advice from a young up and coming personal trainer.

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Civil Actions - Personal Trainers and Client Confidentiality

Civil Actions - Personal Trainers and Client Confidentiality | sports | Scoop.it

"Personal trainers have a professional obligation to keep sensitive client information private."

 

Although, federal privacy laws such as HIPPA, does not apply to most personal trainers, they still have an obligation keep client's information a confidential. There are boundaries between the trainer and the client. Violation of such things may cause damages.


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