Strength training programming is an art and a science. This is reason I love it so much. It’s creative, yet intentional.
Creating successful strength training programs for postpartum requires a lot of knowledge on pelvic health, the body’s response to load, diastasis recti, hormonal health, and more.
I have 4 considerations that are key to think about when designing programs for most that will be used and be useful.
If you are a fitness coach, health professional, or have interest working with moms, you are working with postnatal populations.
If you want to help moms feel as good as possible in their bodies, and their lives, the Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy is designed to teach you key strategies and tools to ensure you’re doing so.
The Academy is open for registration from now until Monday, October 16th – one week only. It will not open again for at least 6 months.
Learn the tools to successfully support moms in abdominal and pelvic floor health, fitness and strength, mental and emotional well-being, and more.
[5 Days to Becoming a Postnatal Fitness Specialist] Day 5: Building Successful Strength Training Programs for Postnatal Clients.
[0-2 minutes] Introduction.
[2-4 minutes] #1: What is the Client Looking For?
[4-7 minutes] #2: Consider the Micros – the individual workout sessions.
[7-9 minutes] #3: The Macros – the longer term phase or training cycle.
[9-11 minutes] #4: Consider a Mom’s WHOLE Life.
[11-12 minutes] Recap.
[12-15 minutes] Q&A.
Ps. Become a leader in the field of postnatal fitness and health coaching with the Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy, now accepting enrolment until Monday, October 16th.