Water Aerobics Certification: A Certificate That Every Personal Trainer Should Have!

Water Aerobics Certification

An Ideal Certification to Further Your Personal Trainer Career

There are some certifications that every personal trainer should have. Some areas of sport and fitness are extremely popular and can provide you with potential new clients and revenue. One of these certifications is ASFA’s Water Aerobics Instruction qualification. This exciting, relevant and fun certification is one sure-fire way to widen your range of skills and services, and appeal to a greater range of clients including seniors and athletes. 


Water Aerobics is a fitness class that is held in a swimming pool. During the class, you will perform with your students a fun routine (often in cadence to music) and various exercises that utilize the water resistance and body movement. These classes are low-impact as the water reduces most of the pressure on your body, therefore aquatic fitness is less abrasive than other high-impact sports like plyometics or powerlifting. Due to these facts, this type of fitness activity is extremely popular, especially to those who want to keep fit, but don't want to workout with traditional weightlifting.

A certification in Water Aerobics instruction will teach you the basics you need to offer these classes to your clients. This qualification is recognized throughout the industry, can be taken online from the comfort of your own home, and is a credible certification that will help legitimize your reputation in the fitness industry. Obtaining a Water Aerobics certification is a great way to expand your knowledge, tap into a larger client base and continue your fitness education with a new skill-set.

Water Aerobics Certification

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