I’m seeing more and more of my friends switching careers in their 40’s and it’s pretty inspiring to see. Especially after the past year of weirdness. I saw so many friends take the past year and totally rework their entire career choices.
It’s been quite inspiring, they went from jobs they’ve been “ok” with and getting the bills paid, to moving on to their passions. Jobs that make them happy and feed their souls.
I saw some start their own how businesses, some that went back to school for more education to learn a specialty as well. Me? Even I’ve been thinking about taking a few classes and adding education for another passion to my list of skills.
One younger girl I know recently completed college, got a job in the industry that she wanted, and also still decided to add more. So she signed up for massage therapy to go along with her career. I think these linked professions will make her a more rounded professional in her career choice.
I think that massage therapy, sports medicine, and personal training all go together very well, and what an amazing way to be able to truly help your clients in so many ways.
My mom friends have spent so much time getting themselves in the best shape of their lives over the past year. Now they too want to work in an industry that helps others do what they did.
I see so many people posting wanting to know more about how to become a personal trainer. It’s never too late to follow your heart and dreams. If being a personal trainer is what you want to do, then there is always going to be a client base that relates to you.
Each of us has a different struggle. I would love to have a personal trainer that understood my physical struggles so that they could better help me. Therefore I would love to find a personal trainer that is also disabled in some way.
Having a disabled trainer would make them mentally understand the struggles I face a bit more, even if they don’t have the same condition as well. Just a bit of relation to the issues that hold us back on some things can be a game-changer.
Imagine being an older person and finding a personal trainer that was your age or older! Wouldn’t that be so helpful and inspiring? I think personal trainers don’t even have to be in the best shape of their life. They just need to be working on it and how inspiring would that be?
You can do anything!
Watching them on their journey as you follow yours and they have all of the knowledge to take you on that journey with them would. be amazing!
Anyhow, my point is, it’s never too late to start something new and you can pretty much do anything you put your mind to as long as you are physically and mentally capable. Like I know I have physical limitations so technically, I can’t do EVERYTHING, but I can do nearly anything that I put the work in for and so can you!
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