Aside from personal training, fitness jobs are popular in the field of healthcare as well. Fitness professionals can explore these career options:
Exercise Physiologist: Exercise physiologists develop fitness programs to improve cardiovascular function and body flexibility to help patients recover from chronic diseases.
Fitness Trainer: Fitness trainers lead others in an exercise routine to work improving stamina, strength training, and stretching. They often plan their own classes according to the client’s schedule.
Athletic Trainer: These trainers work with professional athletes to prevent and treat muscle or bone injuries. They also create rehabilitation programs for injured athletes on the road to recovery.
Massage Therapist: Massage therapists treat clients by using massage to manipulate the muscles and tissues in the body. They help relieve pain, heal injuries, improve circulation, relax the body, and help in the overall being of the client.
Physical Therapist: These therapists rehabilitate patients suffering from chronic illness, diseases, or injuries. They assess the patient’s needs and develop a plan of exercise and movement training to improve their mobility.