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What Is Your Fitness Earning Potential?

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Invest In Your Future.

Paying too much for your fitness education can chain you to long-term debt and endanger your career longevity. But paying too little can also amount – and usually does – to a big waste of money. Online “self-certification” and self-study programs do not prepare you adequately to enter a competitive field and earn a living as a fitness trainer.

There is no substitute for the context-based learning and hands-on training that AFNA provides its California fitness and wellness students.

According to most education finance experts, the total cost of your education should be less than your first year of estimated salary.

AFNA maintains low student tuition costs without sacrificing superior education value across all our career fitness and wellness programs. To learn the cost of AFNA’s vocational programs, download the school catalog, or schedule a date to visit the school.

Dario Lozano

“I have built a successful personal training business with the education and certification I received from AFNA. Years later, I continue to apply what I learned on a daily basis.”

Dario Lozano

Diploma Personal Trainer Graduate

Heath Adam Ackley

“AFNA helped me re-establish my teaching career and build a foundation to share my personal yoga practice safely and professionally as a Yoga Alliance RYT-200 instructor.”

Heath Adam Ackley

Yoga Teacher Academy Graduate

Brandi Stoessel

“If you want to learn from the best and get all the hands on experience this is the place to go! I graduated from this program and I will say I’m more than prepared to start my new career in personal training!!!”

Brandi Stoessel

Christopher Thompson

“AFNA is an awesome school for training to be a Fitness Trainer or other goal you might have…It’s a great base to set your Career on”

Christopher Thompson

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Set Realistic Goals For First Year Career Earnings

A realistic starting year salary is based on two factors:

  • Salaries reported in the Occupational Outlook Handbook
  • Your personal career strategy

Consider median salary as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook. See below.

Next, consider your own first-year goals. Will you seek part-time, full-time, or self-employment? Best earning outcomes usually come from full-time employment.