Ranessa and Gregg Plitt list no certifications on the Skysport website. What qualifies them to charge $110/hr without any credentials? Don't get me started on Jackie Warner who lists an on-line certification from a website that doesn't even require that you take the written test in person. You can actually have someone take the test for you! And she has the nerve to charge $400/hr!! Jackie also lists nutrition as her "expertise". I wonder what the basis of her expertise is. I know that I have posted my frustration over their lack of credentials but it just pi**es me off that they are so fake and get away with it simply because they were blessed with good genetics along with some physical training. I wonder why they don't go out and get at least AFAA certified. AFAA is one of the easier certifications and believe me, it's not easy at all! It is a grueling 3 day certification process and then a huge test at the end with a practical exam which includes a huge unit on nutrition. What Gregg and Jackie have done brilliantly is market their genetically blessed bodies. But, as trainers and I say this having been in the Health and Fitness field for 20 plus years, I know that they are not qualified to train based on their certifications or lack thereof listed on the website. Just because Gregg was an Army Ranger among many other respected and honorable accomplishments, does not qualify him to train others. It's sad how people get roped into believing in others simply because of how they look. I compare it to those shampoo commercials and the models with the beautiful hair, buy this shampoo and your hair will look like this. There lack of certifications could be that they are unable to pass the test, judging by Jackie's video, I doubt if she could.