Water Aerobics Instruction Certification

ASFA

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 and ideal for instructing in groups or individually.  From seniors to athletes in training, water aerobics provides a great workout in a fun environment.

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.  A Water aerobics qualification provides another way to diversify client programs beyond the norm, utilizing an effective group focused design that leaves every client engaged.

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

  • Specialization in a low-impact exercise method for all ages
  • Enhanced understanding of considerations specific to water aerobics
  • Proven ability to help individual clients meet fitness goals in an enjoyable group setting
  • Greater confidence in facilitating multi-client workout sessions

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