Author: Carolina Belmares

5 Surprising Reasons Your Female Clients Don't Do What You Ask Them to Do
Does this situation sound familiar? A client comes to you, pumped up and excited about getting back into a training program. You develop a fantastic program to help her get the exact results she’s looking for. She loves it and...
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How to Talk to Your Client About Their Birth Experience (and Why It Matters)
Not all mothers identify strongly with motherhood, just as not all mothers give the birth of their child much thought after the fact. However, for a large number of women, birthing a baby is one of the most transformative moments...
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What Gym Equipment Can Be Used During Labor and Childbirth?
You may be wondering under which circumstance could a woman want or need gym equipment to assist her in the process of labor and childbirth. As it turns out, plenty! Consider the following scenarios: Women wishing to labor in the...
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How to Have Difficult Conversations With Your Clients
Firing a client. Ending a romantic relationship. Addressing staff behavior problems. Challenging the racist relative at family dinner. Talking about finances and debt. The above are but a few examples of difficult conversations we face in life. For the purpose...
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So You Were Asked If You’re Pregnant and You’re Not? Here’s What You Can Do Next
You may have gone through the experience of having a stranger or acquaintance comment on your non-existent pregnancy. Depending on the context and your own views, the situation may have been uncomfortable, confusing, hilarious, humiliating, or awkward. There are some...
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Sexual Harassment in Life and in the Fitness Industry
Let’s talk about sex… ual harassment. When speaking of sexual harassment, some of the more blatant and alarming examples of it tend to jump into mind. The construction worker who hollers highly inappropriate remarks at female passersby. The perverted teacher...
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How to Build a Referral Network to Support Your Pre- and Postnatal Clients
Health professionals who care deeply about their clients or patients look for professionals in other areas of practice who they can trust and to whom they can guide their clients or patients needing services beyond their scope of practice. To...
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When to Refer Your Pregnant or Postpartum Client to Another Professional
When working with pregnant and postpartum clients, remember that you are just one member of their healthcare team. Your clients will be working with several health professionals throughout their pre- and postnatal experience including some or all of the following:...
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Coaching Clients Who Want Their "Pre-Baby Body" Back
Advice and guidelines on postpartum weight loss can be extremely confusing, and there is one good reason for this: Everybody is different! This means that women’s experience of pregnancy and postpartum will also differ, from the way each pregnancy carries...
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