Physical Therapist

I am wanting to start school for physical therapy, I really want to be a personal trainer but with the economy the way it is & having to build up my client list it seems a little risky to go straight for being a personal trainer. My question is should I attend school for a physical therapist and then once I get a job go back to school to be a trainer or should I go for what I really want to do? Please any input, advice, or guidance will be greatly appreciated. Thank You. P.S. My email address was to long, it's a "com" after the "rr". Thank You

Posted By Bryant Harris on January 06, 2010 at 15:14:30:

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