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“Whether my clients’ goals are to improve strength and endurance, correct imbalances and rid the body of aches and pains, or take control of their lives by becoming physically and emotionally stronger, I want to be a part of their journey.” Kelly McGovern is a Personal Trainer from San Mateo, California. Her mission is to empower women through personal fitness.
After completing the Pre & Post Natal Corrective Exercise Specialist course, Kelly started her own business, SportBump (www.SportBump.com). “I now focus my training on women’s fitness and specialize in pre and postnatal training.”
“The course provided me an in depth look at what my clients are experiencing throughout pregnancy and prepared me to successfully approach and correct many of the common issues that arise with the pregnant client. I was able to train through my own pregnancy with confidence and quickly recover after giving birth to my son.”
Kelly says that she’s definitely seen an increase in clients since completing the Fit For Birth course! She took on many pregnant clients and new moms who were seeking a trainer with the skill set to approach their training sessions with confidence.
Kelly sees herself continuing to grow SportBump and opening a personal training facility that caters specifically to women; in particular pre and postnatal clientele.
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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.