If you’re reading this post, you probably are a baby boomer.
Baby boomers, the generation born in the years following the Second World War were raised on a diet of cultural change, teenage rebellion, and rock ‘n roll eventually settling into ordinary life raising families.
And as the oldest of the baby boomers reach the age where they’re getting ready to retire, their responsibilities and values have changed., But you baby boomers prided yourselves on going against the grain, why then stop now? As opposed to retirement, why not make a career change?
Retiring is great, but if you’re the kind who gets antsy sitting around at home, you’ll likely end up working again anyway. And if you’re still healthy and in good shape, you can even find work as a personal fitness trainer!
Don’t believe me? Read the story of Arnie Katz, who turned 67 and became a personal trainer! Is this one of the best second careers for baby boomers? (◄ read the full article here) You be the judge!
If you do choose to become a fitness instructor, these 3 tips will help you out in your career in the fitness industry! And if you want to get certified as a Canadian, here are the best personal trainer certifications in Canada, and the best personal trainer certification programs for the United States as well.