Learning how to coach and train pre- and postnatal women without GGS is going to be really tough.
The information you’ll find in health and fitness textbooks (if you can find it at all) incomplete, or outdated.
At best, it’s written from the perspective of a single discipline, training OR physiotherapy OR midwifery.
Further — how do you know where to start?
What information is most critical to learn?
How do you determine what information to prioritize without feeling overwhelmed by information overload?
Even if you're an ambitious self-starter, you're going to wade through a lot of low-quality information and waste a lot of time trying to do it yourself.
Learning from world-class experts in a simple, easy-to-understand, self-paced format that fits your life and schedule is crucial for your success.
And for most people, going back to school isn’t the best solution (or isn’t an option at all!)
Getting a degree is incredibly expensive and takes years. And as mentioned above, what’s been taught is often incomplete or outdated. Most programs teach you very little about the psychology of working with pre- and postnatal women -- which is key to become an effective and compassionate coach.
And reading blogs and articles from the internet is kinda scary.
It's very difficult to distinguish between fact and fiction on the internet, and it's nearly impossible to know who to trust.
Plus — who wants to wade through hundreds of blog posts, articles, and research studies trying to find the truth?
There’s no other program available that solves the two biggest problems health and fitness pros who want to help pre- and postnatal women face: