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August 10, 11, & 12 2012 (Fri, Sat, & Sun) 1-7PM
Live Workshop + Home Study, 20 contact hours
18 hours-Live Workshop
2 hours-Manual & Quizzes (Home Study)
We need a minimum of 6 attendees. Please sign up as early as possible so we can make this happen!
I will add a count down as soon as the first person signs up. If there are not 10 attendees signed up by October 1, you will receive a full refund or the option to register for the Pre/Post Natal Exercise Specialist Correspondence Course.
Approved for 1.9 NASM credits and 6 NCSF credits
A. Fit for Birth
B. Why are you here? What are you interested to learn?
C. Brief Outline of Course
II. First Exercise Program Creation-Quick
One day, 9 month plan, suggestions for 6 weeks postnatal
III. Health and Birth in a Nutshell
A. The 5 Foundations
B. Brief History of Childbirth
C. The Birth Process Overview
D. Pregnancy—Wearing the “Weight Vest”
E. Labor & Delivery—Mom’s First Marathon!
IV. Benefits of Exercise during Pregnancy
C. Slippery Slope of C-Section
V. Common Pregnancy Considerations
IMAGERY: Diaphragmatic Breathing Detox & Relaxation
BREAK FOR LUNCH—(3:30-4:30pm)
IMAGERY: Birthing Room
VI. Musculoskeletal Considerations
D. Pelvic Floor
VI. Assessment of the Pregnant Client
A. The “Big Four” Muscle Imbalances
B. Breathing and the Six Primal Movements
VII. Second Exercise Program Creation
A. One day, 9 month plan, suggestions for first 6 weeks postnatal
B. Group Open Creation
I. Pregnancy Periodization
A. Traditional Periodization
B. The Fit For Birth Approach
1. Belly Training
2. Functional Training
3. Labor Training
4. Imagery/Flexibility Training
C. Preventing and Correcting
D. Pregnancy Exercise Restrictions
II. Third Program Creation-Full
B. One day & 9 month plan
C. Suggestions for first 6 weeks postnatal
D. Group Open Creation
IMAGERY: Electric Field
BREAK FOR LUNCH—(3:30-4:30pm) (Optional 30min Exercise Routine)
IMAGERY: Peptides of Emotion
III. Considerations for the Postnatal Client
1. Delicate Postpartum, Mentally and Physically
2. Inner Unit Rehabilitation
IV. Post Natal Program Design—The Fit For Birth Method
A. Single Session
B. First 6 Weeks
C. First 12 Weeks
D. Long-term Periodization
V. Post Natal Program Creation-Full
2. One Day & Periodized Approach
3. Group Open Creation
VI. CD Review + Fit For Birth’s Prenatal Holistic Health Coach Program
James Goodlatte is a Holistic Health Coach, corrective exercise practitioner, speaker, author, and professional educator. His passion is to heal families by inspiring the use of natural methods and by building a global team of fitness & health professionals to reduce infertility, avoid mechanized childbirth, and reduce chronic disease in our infants.