The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) launches NASM Connected, a subscription membership program for fitness professionals that provides immediate access to continuing education courses, including NASM’s certifications and specializations.
In addition, a wide variety of courses will continuously be streamed from content providers in fitness including the American Council on Exercise (ACE), the American Council on Sports Medicine (ACSM), the Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), and the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), according to a media release from NASM.
“NASM is a trusted leader in the fitness industry, and it is our mission to provide the most current and relevant resources for the fitness community. We created NASM Connected to empower fitness professionals with instant access to the most trusted and evolving content and information. It’s 100% online, so everything you need to manage your career and stay up-to-date with your certification is one click away.”
— Laurie McCartney, President of NASM
NASM Connected membership benefits include:
- Unlimited access to over 350 continuing education courses in a user-friendly online portal
- Exclusive content from NASM fitness experts including videos, podcasts and other important downloadable content
- Webinars, assessment templates and related workout plans
- 30% discounts on select NASM and AFAA courses, certifications and specializations including the Certified Nutrition Coach (NASM-CNC)
NASM Connected features a library of on-demand courses from various providers to help fitness professional strengthen their knowledge across fitness, nutrition, and wellness while earning continuing education credits and helping them stay current on the dynamic and evolving wellness landscape. Topics covered include corrective exercise, flexibility, nutrition, behavior modification, career development, core training, group fitness instruction, injury prevention, prenatal programming, virtual coaching, and more.
For more information and to subscribe, visit NASM Connected.
[Source(s): National Academy of Sports Medicine, Business Wire]