National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) credentials are the only
certifications accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies in Washington, D.C. The NSCA exams are rigorous written examinations prepared by acknowledged experts in strength training and personal
training and are overseen by psychometric experts from an outside examination service.
"The CSCS examination is designed to identify those individuals who have acquired in-depth knowledge in such areas as the scientific
principles and concepts associated with the physiological adaptations to training," said Thomas R. Baechie, executive director
of certification for the Lincoln, Nebraska-based NSCA Certification
Commission. "This five-hour examination is very challenging, and those who pass are rewarded with recognition and respect from
fellow colleagues as skilled professionals in the area of strength-training and conditioning."
The Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist credential was established in 1985 by the NSCA as a certification for professionals who design and implement strength-training and conditioning programs
in a team setting. Individuals possessing the CSCS credential have demonstrated in-depth knowledge of the metabolic and nutritional
aspects of exercise, structure and function of the respiratory and cardiovascular systems, and specific training principles for
enhancing general fitness and athletic performance.
Congratulations on your educated choice to train with truly qualified professionals in your pursuit of health and fitness. We look
forward to individually training and supporting you so that you might achieve and maintain your fitness goals.
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