Should your female client’s do Kegel’s for urgency or urinary continence? What is the best approach to addressing your client’s diastasis recti after pregnancy? Are there specific training considerations for women who have been cleared to exercise after abdominal or pelvic surgery?

Saturdays in May: 7th, 14th, & 21st
This course was developed for those who have clients working on improving pelvic floor function & incontinence and spinal & core issues and in pregnancy. We will discuss post-partum changes and exercise.

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Anatomy of Female Specific Conditions

In this brand-new series of Two Anatomy Geeks™ you’ll discover how women’s physical fitness needs change through life, after pregnancy, and even after minimally invasive surgery. You’ll discover common reasons why so many women and young girls struggle with urinary incontinence. Additionally, you’ll discover strategies for successfully helping women effectively train to regain strength and vitality.

In these 3-modules, you’ll discover:

  • the anatomy of the female pelvic floor and how to best incorporate the pelvic floor muscles into a functional training program
  • how to appropriately work with women post-surgery and/or returning from physical therapy who haven’t yet gained full strength or endurance
  • how to train women with diastasis recti, pre and post pregnancy, and other special considerations through life.

With interactive lectures and creative visuals, you will discover the fundamental components and how the female pelvic floor, core muscles, and body changes through life. With a learn-by-doing process, you’ll be able to discern and choose the most effective corrective and functional core exercises. Additionally, when you complete each module of the series, you’ll be able to immediately apply strategies for addressing the most common causes of chronic tightness and weakness while improving strength and performance.

Upon completion of this 3-part interactive, webinar series, you will be able to:

  • Confidently discuss the female pelvic floor and how to effectively incorporate it with core training to address common posture and movement issues.
  • Incorporate simple, yet effective corrective exercises to improve strength and endurance of the pelvic floor, core, and hips.

Apply the most effective functional exercises to help your clients exercise, perform activities of daily living, and live with greater ease and confidence.

Whether you are working in person or training virtually, this series will deliver information you can use right away in your client sessions.

  • Episode 1: Pelvic Floor Function and Incontinence
  • Episode 2: Spinal issues and Core in Pregnancy
  • Episode 3: Post-partum Changes and Exercise

In this series...

Part 1

Focus will be on the pelvic floor. While these numbers are likely under-estimated, 7% of young women, 17% of middle aged women, and over 30% of those over 60 years of age have urinary incontinence. Ryzmkski et. al. (2020) report that 37% of women training for the Ironman had stress urinary incontinence. As fitness professionals, it’s important we understand the role of the pelvic floor muscles and having a strategy for improving it’s function when exercising.

Many women will require specific cues to activate the pelvic floor during exercise however be sure to include strength and dynamic training. Incorporate any recommendations from the individual’s pelvic floor specialist into your training programs.

Part 2

  • The Effects of the Menstrual Cylce
  • Surgery
  • Scar Tissue

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If for any reason you are unhappy with the program and feel it truly does not serve you or your clients in any way just email us at [email protected]  within 30 days of your purchase and we will refund your payment in full.  We will likely ask for feedback.  Creating the products to best serve our customers is our top priority.


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