Developing Leadership in Fitness Professionals

by Keith Chittenden, CSCS,*D, TSAC-F,*D
Personal Training Quarterly January 2013
Vol 1, Issue 1


Every fitness professional should strive to become a leader in the fitness industry. This will ensure continuity across the field of fitness and assist in the establishment of standards of professionalism.

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Keith Chittenden is a fitness trainer and holds a Master's degree in Exercise Science from California University of Pennsylvania. He was a columnist f ...

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