Do you train women? Do you train women who have had pelvic or abdominal surgery of any kind?
You likely do as annually:
- One in three women give birth via Cesarean (1.3 million)
- 700,000 women have a hysterectomy
100,000+ women have an appendectomy
- 32,000 women have ovarian cyst removals
The effects of these types of surgeries can be long-lasting and affect the most fundamental thing we need for life, like BREATHING to how a woman can move, exercise, and live her life to the fullest.Purchase for $199
Become the go-to resource for your clients if they had surgery six weeks to 60 years ago.
Fitness Pros: Training Clients Post Abdominal & Pelvic Surgeries
In this course, you will discover:
- Easy to use assessments that will allow you to find critical factors holding your clients back while giving your clients immediate feedback of the changes they experience during each session
- The Post Surgery Cycle helps you explain to your clients why they continue to struggle even years after surgery and how you can help them move beyond these challenges.
- IMS Exercise Strategies will be essential in making lasting changes in your client's posture, breath, movement, and exercise.
CEU CREDITS AVAILABLE UPON COMPLETION OF QUIZ
- ACE: 0.4 CECs
- NASM: 0.4 CEUs
- AFAA: 4 contact hours
What previous attendees had to say:
"It exceeded my expectations!"
"One of the best CEC's so far."
“I, like many moms, saw my emergency c-section as my harrowing birth story and failed to recognize the long-term implication of such a major surgery. According to the National Institute for Health, about 18% of all first-time mothers will have an emergency c-section with up to 15% of those women having complications from the surgery.