It is important that pregnant women remain fit and healthy throughout their pregnancy, for both the health of the baby and themselves. Often, women tend to use “I’m eating for two” as an excuse to eat what they want, when they want, and although eating more than usual is natural during a pregnancy, it shouldn’t be taken for granted, as it could cause detrimental health problems for the future.
35 weeks pregnant, Sara Haley is still pumping iron down at her local gym, but she’s unfortunately receiving discrimination from other gym users. It is important that anyone who is pregnant and wants to continue keeping fit at their gym has a professional trainer by their side to ensure everything is being done correctly and safely. In fact, one of our personal trainer courses is an ante and post natal instructor course.
At some point during your career, you will have at least one pregnant client and with the additional fitness qualifications that specialise in this area, your client can continue with your service in keeping them fit and achieving goals, whilst recommending you to their fellow pregnant friends. Your name might even be passed around the ante natal classes too.
We believe that having an additional set of fitness qualifications is an effective way to enhance on your career, as well building a portfolio of clients. For more information about our ante and post natal instructor course, or any of our other personal training courses, just contact Focus Training today.