Fitness Myths You Should Ditch for the Job of your Dreams.

Blog By: Kavitha Iyer.

If you want to make an impact in the sports and fitness world, you need to stop second guessing yourself and you should get certified today! These days sadly there is still so much that people don’t know, fitness myths they think exist, and they might be anxious about what the future holds. Will they be sufficiently qualified? Will they land the ultimate fitness job? Will they enjoy it?

The sports and coaching world is riddled with myths that trainers and athletes have perpetuated for many years. A lot of what is perceived or anticipated is not true at all! So how do you know what to really expect when you apply for that fitness job? Below are three fitness myths you should ditch before you even start looking for that golden career opportunity. This way you won’t limit yourself but still maintain realistic expectations.

Fitness myth 1: You have to be Michael Jordan

You want to start a career in fitness because you are a fitness enthusiast or associated with sports in some way. You might be here because you want to be a coach, or a manager, or an athlete. Fortunately, to land a great fitness job you don’t have to be the next Michael Jordan for someone to take notice.

It’s important that you push yourself to your own limits, maintain a high level of fitness and stay abreast of industry news and changes, but being pro athlete isn’t a prerequisite. You should also know that not all sport industry jobs entail you running after the people you’re training. There are sport jobs with less sweat!

Fitness myth 2: Take a hike if you aren’t a manager or coach

Fitness jobs aren’t limited to those two titles: sports manager or sports coach. The options are almost endless! To name just a few, you can be personal trainers, yoga teachers, spinning instructors and aerobics teachers – and that’s really just the start.

The industry is not limited to a certain number of disciplines; it extends to sports marketing, public relations, research, education, sales and sports media. That’s not to say there is anything wrong with being a manager or a coach. If you are passionate about helping people realise their full potential through sport and fitness then perhaps coaching or management is for you, but they aren’t the only options.

Fitness myth 3: It’s one specialised way or the highway

You don’t have to specialise in one sport or even one discipline to have a successful fitness career. You can have a favourite sport without necessarily pursuing only that activity in building your career. You could be involved in several sports in different ways and create a diverse and rewarding career. For example, you could manage a small gym, do public relations for one or two teams and train a specific group of athletes in a particular sport all at the same time. Perhaps the sentiment is true that you make the job you want.

If you put your mind to it, ditch the fitness myths, and complete your course to the best of your abilities, you could land the fitness job you want. Happy training!


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