A source close to Anderson tells Frank Digiacomo of the New York Daily News that the main requirement for trainers at Anderson's gyms in New York, LA, and London is being "hot and fit." Most big gyms require that trainers be certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association or the American College of Sports Medicine, but as long as potential employees look the part, Anderson reportedly doesn't care if they're certified. Given Anderson's alleged financial misdeeds, it's perhaps no surprise that she's not the most principled about who she hires. But unqualified trainers can have serious consequences for customers — says the source, "clients could get a more qualified, safer, better-trained instructor for a third of the price - in most cases at a major gym. ... The people she's endorsing are obviously not the best out there."