- Discover CSUB
- Admissions & Aid
- Student Life
- ASI (Student Government)
- Antelope Valley Campus
- Campus Dining
- Career Education & Community Engagement (CECE)
- Children's Center
- Counseling Center
- Health, Safety And Wellness
- Housing & Residential Life
- Services for Students with Disabilities
- Student Financial Services
- Student Organizations
- Student Recreation Center
- Student Rights & Responsibilities
- Student Union
- Vice President for Student Affairs
- News & Information
How much is Training?
Training is free of charge to CSUB students and members with the all All-Access Pass membership.
How long is Training?
Each training session is 1 hour, once a week. These sessions last for the entire CSUB quarter, for a total of 10 weeks.
What do you do during Training?
Depending on your fitness goals, each training session varies.
How do I choose a Trainer?
Each trainer has biography posted, so that you can get to know them a little more. You can base your decision on their biographies or/and their availability.
How do you sign up for Training?
At the beginning of each quarter, our trainers will be seated near the front entrance of the SRC with a sign-up binder. This binder is available at the front desk when the trainers are not in. You can fill in your name and contact information on their availability sheets.
When are the Trainers at the SRC?
Trainers set up their own schedules. Therefore, availability varies.
How many people per Training session?
Typically, our trainers only train 1 person per session. But, you can sign up with your friends, if you are interested.
What are the Trainer's Certifications?
The SRC employs both Fitness Advisors and Personal Trainers. Personal Trainers have passed and earned a certification from a credited program including either ACE, NASM, ACSM, or NSCA. Fitness Advisors have completed Human Anatomy, Human Physiology, and Measurements Evaluations.
What is the difference between Fitness Advisors and Personal Trainers?
Personal Trainers are certifies with one of the 4 nationally recognized physical training certifications. Fitness Advisors generally are junior or senior PEAK majors, who have completed the proper pre-requisites to offer fitness advising.
Can a Trainer help me lose weight or gain muscle?
Yes, a Trainer can help you reach a variety of your health-related goals, including weight gain/loss, flexibility, balance, and much more.