Pilates

Pilates Certification

The ability to incorporate Pilates into a client’s fitness program can be a highly profitable skill for physical trainers. The effectiveness of Pilates is well-known, and its popularity continues to grow throughout a broad demographical spectrum.

With a continuing education certification in this in-demand fitness area, experienced fitness trainers can realize a remarkable increase in their earnings while expanding their potential client base.

The American Sports and Fitness Association® (ASFA®) offers a convenient Pilates Certification online.  The exam covers issues such as workout format, moves and stretches, and physiology as they specifically relate to Pilates and its benefits.

Clients young and old can better meet their fitness goals with the incorporation of Pilates into their workout programs. A low-impact exercise option, it is especially appealing to many older adults seeking to increase flexibility while improving their strength as well.

Pilates is also a highly sought-after approach to fitness because of its focus on mind-body connection. For clients of all ages, this can greatly improve quality of life mentally and physically, allowing the trainer to make a lifelong difference in the health and well-being of participating individuals. 

Pilates Certification

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