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Almost all certification programs require the applicant to be 18+ and certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of automatic external defibrillator (AED). In addition, having a high school diploma or GED is required by almost all certifying organizations. You can take a look at our ACE certification review, AFAA certification review, our NASM certification review, our AFPA certification review, our NFPT certification review and our NSCA certification review for help making the decision about which certification is right for you.
Yes, you must be certified or have a 4+ year degree in a health & fitness related field to be eligible for this insurance.
Yes, our personal trainer policy does cover most forms of online training. In order to assess whether or not your model of online training is eligible for coverage on our policies, please call us at 855-222-5919 or email us at Hello@next-insurance.com.
This policy covers you wherever you go in the United States. You are also covered in Canada and Puerto Rico, but you must permanently reside in the U.S. to purchase this policy.
To add your gym as an additional insured, go to www.next-insurance.com and use the “Proof of Insurance” button in the top right corner. Once you log in using your email and zip code, you will be sent a verification code that will then allow you two options, a general-use certificate or a certificate listing a gym or studio. Choose the second option, enter the name and address, and the document will be delivered in a matter of seconds!
Yes, you did purchase the correct policy. “Personal trainer” is a generic term that encompasses a variety of health & fitness disciplines, including most group fitness, bootcamp, kickboxing and other exercise classes.
Yes, you did purchase the correct policy. “Personal trainer” is a generic term that encompasses a variety of health & fitness disciplines. Yoga and Pilates are included.
Yes, your policy covers you for as many locations as necessary.
The policy goes wherever you train in the U.S., including your own home. It does not include standalone gym locations where you are the primary leaseholder.
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