Good afternoon everyone! I know I kind of have been MIA lately here in the blog world but I’m back to my normal schedule so I will be back to commenting and reading everyone’s blogs now. I had the last two weeks off from work and during that time I took a bit of a break from being online for hours a day. Was a great break from the daily grind, and was nice to spend time relaxing. No worries about me slacking on my studying though, I actually did a pretty intensive review last week since I had so much free time on my hands.
As in normal Monday tradition it is time for my To Do list for the week. So let’s get to it!
Week #14: Special Populations & Health Concerns
• Manual: Pages 345-369
• Workbook: Pages 107-113
• Master the Manual: Pages 83-88
• Audio: Chapter 12
• Flashcards: Chapter 12
• Online review Quiz: Chapters 11 & 12
So once again I have an online review quiz. So far I have gotten two 90% and one 95% on these. I’m shooting for 90% again this week. I’m thinking that shouldn’t be too hard to accomplish. Like I said above I did an intensive review of all y materials last week. This included reading each chapter again, review of the workbook materials, and all the flashcards. I feel like by the time I get to take my test I should be set to go with the materials. Speaking of which I should check into scheduling my test here soon since I only have 6 more chapters of materials to cover.
Boy is time flying with this study plan and before I know it I will be taking the test and hopefully become a certified personal trainer. This is really exciting to me since this is a huge goal I set for myself about 2 years ago. My plan after I get the PT certification is to work on Lifestyle & Weight Management Consultant Certification through ACE. Hopefully, I can have that complete by the time summer roles around and I am off contract from my current job so I can look from some part time work as a trainer.
Anyway I should get going. I have dinner to get ready. Hope everyone has a great evening!
Quote of the Day: “Money is the most envied, but the least enjoyed. Health is the most enjoyed, but the least envied.” ~ Charles Caleb Colton