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Old 05-15-2008, 11:19 AM   #1
Anton Emery
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Default NSCA CPT Exam

Anyone taken the NSCA CPT exam recently? I am looking at studying for it, and am curious if i can get by with just the Essential's of Personal Training textbook and the Exercise Technique Manual/DVD's. The first 35 questions of the test are based on a video you watch, and there might be some form issues on various machines or whatever that i am not familiar with.

I have already read through the entire ACE text book and then decided i would rather go with the NSCA. But i figure alot of the stuff i learned from the ACE book should cross over, at least where the basic systems of the body are concerned.



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