At Globe University, we understand the value of building and maintaining strong relationships with the organizations that assist our students in finding success in their career field. As a student at Globe University, you will not only receive hands-on preparation for certain certification exams, but you will also have access to online personal trainer resources.
Included below are organizations that Globe University’s health fitness specialist programs collaborate with.
International Youth Conditioning Association (IYCA) educates professionals and volunteers working in youth sports and fitness organizations. We use IYCA materials in our youth fitness courses and look to IYCA founder, Brian Grasso, for continued input. To learn more, visit the IYCA website.
PTA Global videos are integrated into our curriculum. More than 20 industry experts offer personal trainer certification preparation and video lectures to keep students up-to-date on the latest industry standards. To learn more, visit the PTA Global website.
Globe University and our affiliates are the only universities in the country that offer Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) Jumpstart™ certification in our bachelor’s in health fitness specialist program. Through the certification, students learn how to identify and evaluate muscular imbalances. To learn more, visit the MAT website.
Personal Training on the Net (PTontheNet) is the ultimate online educational resource for personal trainers. Membership includes use of comprehensive exercise libraries and program design templates, as well as access to thousands of articles, videos and assessment tools for health fitness professionals. Members also enjoy access to free personal training CEC exams and research from the leading innovators in the industry. To learn more, visit the PTontheNet website.
Globe University and our affiliates are the only universities in the country that offer Resistance Training Specialist 123 (RTS 123) certification. Students enrolled in our bachelor’s in health fitness program can earn this certification, which focuses on the study and application of exercise mechanics. To learn more, visit the RTS website.
Individuals holding certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) may be eligible to use health fitness specialist courses for continuing education credit. The ACSM has advanced health through science, education and medicine since 1954. To learn if certain courses meet requirements for continuing education credit, please visit the ACSM website.
Individuals holding certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) may be eligible to use health fitness specialist courses for continuing education credit. The NSCA supports education and applications to improve athletic performance and fitness. To learn if a course meets requirements for credit, please visit the NSCA website.