I really have missed seeing many of my clients during lockdown, but the upside is that the additional time has allowed me to resume and actually complete the Strength and Conditioning Fundamentals course I started some time ago. I’ve learnt so much from the course and now look forward to incorporating these additional assessment techniques and training practices into my clients' future programs where appropriate.
Strength and Conditioning has always been a personal favourite of mine, which meant it was a natural course for me to gravitate towards and indulge in.
However, now it’s time for me to push myself out of my comfort zone and embark on something new that, although it fascinates me, has always felt like a part of personal training that carries an immense and somewhat daunting responsibility. For this reason, it took me a long time to decide on the right course.
At the end of February, I finally enrolled on The Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist course. Whilst all personal training calls for responsibility, with pregnancy and post-natal there is, understandably, an added layer, which is why I decided on this particular course.
It will take me the best part of a year to complete and is very intensive, but from the research that I did into the course before starting, I know that the end-result will be a multifaceted and integrated skill set that I can apply to help those that need it. I’m very much looking forward to this new journey.