Personal Trainer Resume

Just like you help others in improving their appearance by making them fit, your personal trainer resume too needs to be in the right shape. It should make a good first impression on the readers by highlighting your qualifications for the position for which skills, certifications, and experience are vital to include. To make it more interesting, show the numbers of clients you have helped in getting fit. Quantify the information for the total clients you've worked with, the types of age ranges your clients belong to, the training sessions or classes you take each day or week, clients attended their goals, and any changes introduced that helped in improving the gym's efficiency by a certain percentage. If you don't know how to do it, see this resume sample.

Personal Trainer Resume Sample

Max S. Higgins
2192 Deer Haven Drive
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: 864-413-1829

Career Summary

Dedicated, enthusiastic, and energetic Personal Trainer with 6+ years of experience delivering high-quality training to clients at gyms and fitness centers. Worked with and helped hundreds of clients achieve their fitness goals. Promoted lots of different training programs for all age groups for building health and fitness. Motivated clients for bringing lifestyle changes and follow a disciplined training routine. Incorporated use of body-building, weight-loss equipment, and body weight training activities and helped clients build strength, stamina, agility, and flexibility.

Summary of Skills

Work Experience

Personal Trainer
Tiger Fitness, Greenville, SC
February 2018 - Present

Personal Trainer
Eagle Gym, Greenville, SC
June 2015 - January 2018

Personal Trainer
Gold Fitness Center, Greenville, SC
March 2013 - May 2015



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