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You asked and we have delivered: Pregnancy + Postnatal training for PT’s Level 2

by | Feb 2, 2022 | EVEolution™, New! Education Courses, Women's Health

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You asked and we have delivered!

The most common feedback we have received from the short course Pregnancy + Postnatal Training for Personal Trainers is that YOU wanted more.








You asked for a greater depth of information and more practical applications – ie: how you can implement the learning into your daily professional toolkit when working with women.

Pregnancy and Postnatal Training for Fitness Professionals Level 2 builds on the Level 1 course and expands out the what, and the how-to train pregnant women and to work with them effectively and safely post-pregnancy.

In the pregnancy modules, we have included pregnancy exercises and case studies on what kind of program to deliver depending on what trimester your client is in.

The postnatal module is everything you need to know to about the pelvic floor, what can go wrong with it and how to write safe and effective programs that can be individualised to your client’s needs.

This course will also give you a clear understanding of some of the other common conditions that you will most definitely come into contact with – endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), as well as how to work with women who have experienced hysterectomy, breast or ovarian cancer.

And of course, how to program effective and supportive exercise programs for each of these conditions.

Empathy Training

I also understand that pregnancy, postnatal, pelvic floor dysfunction and/or any of the common women’s health conditions that affect women might not be something that every Fitness Professional has personal experience of.

And let’s face it… it does not matter how good your exercise knowledge is… if you can’t ask the questions that need to be asked to design the programs that your clients need, Or if you can not empathetically engage with their answers… then your clients will walk with their feet.

Maya Angelou once said, “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

No matter what your background, Pregnancy and Postnatal Training for Personal Trainers Level 2 has a whole module dedicated to building the empathetic skills that will allow you to effectively communicate and KEEP your clients.

Do I do level 1? Or go straight to level 2 of this course?

Perhaps your biggest question you have is should I do Level 1, OR I have already completed level 1… do I need to do both courses?

Here is the thing about learning… we do it best when we have a base knowledge. Consider Level 1 of this course as the base knowledge – it is like a tree with strong roots growing into the ground. Level 2 is growing the trunk and limbs of the tree, going in all directions that give you a canopy of education for working with women in this phase of their life.

 And one more thing for you to consider.

Courses have a LOT of information – it is impossible to remember everything you have learned. If you completed Level 1 a year or more ago… then you owe it to yourself, your professionalism and your clients to Level up.  If you have already completed level 1, then the parts that are familiar will help grow you with all the new information.

This course has been created in partnership with Fitness Education Online and through them, you have lifetime access and will give you 6 CECs!

All this for an investment of $197.00

Interested to learn more? 

If you’re a fitness professional or any other service provider for women and want to become an EVEolution™ partner CLICK HERE.

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