Water Aerobics Instruction Certification


The American Sports and Fitness Association® Water Aerobics Instruction Certification addresses the needs of a broad spectrum of potential clients — from young to old. This year-round fitness training option is low-impact, making it ideal for seniors, and allows the fitness professional to work with a large group at once, maximizing their cost effectiveness.

The Water Aerobics Instruction Certification is a no-risk continuing education option that allows fitness trainers to tap into a particular niche market depending on their specific interests and expertise. With the Water Aerobics Instruction Certification, professionals can show clients easily that they have gone the extra mile to secure the latest facts and safety concerns in this fitness field.

The Water Aerobics Instruction Certification helps fitness trainers design a fitness program specially made for the needs of each unique client, while delivering highly effective results in a fun group setting. The Water Aerobics Instructor Certification provides another way to diversify client programs and meet their goals effectively and safely.

A Water Aerobics Instruction Certification from ASFA® can help the experienced fitness professional expand their career through:

  • Increased marketability with fast-growing senior demographic
  • Enhanced understanding of safety considerations specific to water aerobics
  • Proven ability to help individual clients meet fitness goals in enjoyable group setting
  • Greater confidence in facilitating multi-client workout sessions

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