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How to Eat Healthy at Home

Start Your FREE Mini Course

When it comes to fitness, eating healthy at home is your recipe for success. To leverage the most value for clients, it is important to have the nutritional know-how to guide your clients’ lifestyle choices.

This free online course will give you immediate tools, advice, and recipes to jumpstart your journey to a better, healthier diet.

This 4-part Mini Course Includes:

    • A 52 Page PDF Download of our "NASM Essentials Cookbook", plus video demonstration

    • A 24 Page PDF Download of dotFit Protein Shake Recipes, plus video demonstration

    • 2-Part Video Series: "How to Eat Healthy at Home"

    • NASM Live Recording: "Navigating Nutrition During COVID-19"


Gain immediate access to your FREE mini course, plus receive a complimentary career consultation from an NASM Program Advisor.

4 Reasons to Become an NASM
Certified Nutrition Coach

Increased Earning Potential

Offer nutrition coaching to existing clients and add an additional revenue stream to your fitness business.

Wider Reach

Learn how to design personalized nutrition coaching for any client and change lives.

Learn at Your Own Pace

This course is 100% digital so you can access top quality content anywhere and study at your own pace.

Growing Industry

Make a lasting impact on clients' lives by starting a career in a growing industry.

Choose the most respected name in personal training
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  2. Ascend Learning "NASM annual CSAT survey." Nov. 2017. n=3842.
  3. Bureau of Labor, https://www.bls.gov/ooh/personal-care-and-service/fitness-trainers-and-instructors.htm.
  4. Terms and conditions apply to the NASM Job Guarantee.
  5. Results of study conducted by MarketLab, a third-party researcher, in May-June 2016, sampling U.S.-based Club Managers.
  6. Median income for NASM certified trainers is based on respondents to an NASM 2016 survey who identified themselves as full-time trainers and who provided income data (respondents who did not report an income or reported an income under minimum wage have been excluded), compared to industry median income for full-time personal trainers as reported by the U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Statistics for 2015 available at http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-9031.00 (last visited March 30, 2017).
  7. Ascend Learning "NASM annual CSAT survey." Nov. 2017. n=3842.