Generate better results with your female clients and connect with like-minded allied health professionals at the Women’s Health and Fitness Summit, 10-11 September 2016 at the RACV Club, Melbourne, Victoria Australia.
Sixty three per cent of a fitness professional’s average client base are females, yet few trainers and instructors are truly catering to their needs, instead opting to prescribe them a ‘standard’ program that was probably historically designed for men.
Due to the changing hormones in their monthly cycle, and also the life cycles of pregnancy, postnatal and menopause, female clients have distinctly different training needs to their male counterparts. In addition, women comprise over 70 per cent of the four million Australians who suffer from incontinence, yet the majority of fitness professionals don’t dare ask their female clients about their pelvic floor health prior to working with them.
If the fitness industry is to evolve so as to better cater to the unique needs of its female clientele, then individual professionals need to seize all available opportunities to grow and learn from those who can enhance their skill set and expand their knowledge when it comes to working successfully with women.
The Women’s Health and Fitness Summit has a large diversity of subjects – everything from working with older women to training high intensity athlete safely. Not to mention a practical stream that includes TRX, spin and body Art (to name a few).
Your registration fee for the Summit includes all onsite meals and snacks, as well as champagne and canapés on Saturday night. It also includes unlimited access to the accompanying tradeshow.
To view the full program, to find out more or to register online visit www.womenshealthandfitnesssummit.com.au