Women's Fitness Instruction Certification

ASFA

ASFA’s Women’s Fitness Instruction Certification provides a key opportunity for experienced fitness professionals to build on their existing expertise through specialized continuing education.  This qualification is a female-specific certification that helps highlight a trainer's advanced knowledge of women’s fitness needs. Our Women's Fitness Instruction Certification helps you focus your skill set to the unique fitness needs of women.  

The ASFA® Women’s Fitness Instruction Certification is a great way to improve your knowledge base and show expertise in women's fitness. This qualification helps fitness professionals expand their skills in gender-specific training.  Ranging from the specialized needs of female athletes, to training middle-aged women for core strength, to the unique requirements of the female senior population, becoming a women's fitness instructor is a key focus area for well-qualified fitness professionals.

ASFA's Women’s Fitness Instruction Certification can help the experienced fitness professional expand his/her career through:

  • Specialization in the unique fitness needs of women ranging from athletes to seniors
  • Continued fitness education by focusing on the specific training considerations of women
  • Enhanced understanding of essential components related to women’s fitness instruction
  • Increased knowledge and ability in female-specific training

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