NASM Personal Trainer

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Dynamic Path presents 435 rewview questions for the National Academy of Sports Medicine’s Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) Certification Exam

This module contains professionally-written multiple-choice review questions with detailed, helpful explanations. All questions were written by a Certified Personal Trainer. Learn at your own pace in Study Mode, or give yourself a timed quiz in Test Mode.

Topics covered include:
– Assessment
– Exercise technique
– Exercise program design
– Nutrition
– Administration and client relations
– Professional practice and responsibilities
– Relevant and up-to-date scientific research

Dynamic Path is neither affiliated with nor endorsed by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM).


The NASM Personal Trainer exam is composed of questions divided across the following six categories: Basic and Applied Sciences and Nutritional Concepts (15%), Client Relations and Behavioral Coaching (15%), Assessment (16%), Program Design (20%), Exercise Technique and Training Instruction (24%), and Professional Development and Responsibility (10%).

Passing the NASM Personal Trainer exam grants the test taker NASM certification.

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