Continuing Education for Personal Fitness Trainers

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Fitness Professionals Continuing Education Credits

Our Courses Teach Personal Fitness Trainers About the Benefits of Perinatal Exercise

Whether you’re a group Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer, Yoga or Pilates Instructor, you need to know the modifications necessary to safely training pregnant women and new moms. Regular exercise helps alleviate most of the common complaints of the pregnancy and postpartum period. Almost 4 million babies are born in the US each year, and once a woman has a baby, she’s postpartum forever.

The majority of your female clients will need the expertise you’ll learn in our training. Our course will teach you how to assess women as they come into your class, based on their trimester and fitness level. You’ll be ready to offer clients the appropriate modification for their needs that day, and program exercises that are safe and challenging.

Become a Perinatal Fitness Expert While You Earn Continuing Education Credits

Oh Baby! Fitness Pre/Postnatal Fitness certification is eligible to earn continuing education credits for top professional fitness training organizations including ACE, ISSA, NASM, and AFAA.

Personal Fitness Trainers who complete our Pre/Postnatal Fitness Certification can earn the following continuing education credits:

  • American Council on Exercise — (1.0 CECs)
  • Aerobics and Fitness Association of America — (8 CEUs)
  • International Sports Sciences Association — (8 CEUs)
  • National Academy of Sports Medicine — (0.8 CECs)
  • Doulas of North America International — (8.5 CEUs)

Our pre/postnatal exercise training certifications can also be submitted to many other professional organizations for continuing education credits, as well.

Continuing Education for Personal Trainers

Take the Certification & Earn Continuing Education Credits

Want a continuing education course that means more? Dive deeper and become a certified Pre/Postnatal Fitness Specialist. You’ll learn everything you need to know about how pregnant and postpartum clients can exercise safely, building the strength they need for motherhood.