The Center for Women’s Fitness
With Movement Collective Education
 

The Center for Women’s Fitness is committed to the education and empowerment of women through every stage of their lives.

Movement Collective education are delighted to be able to bring these wonderful courses to Australia.

Carolyne Anthony and the Center for women’s fitness has developed exercise programs that are designed for women from the ground up. They teach from the female anatomy and physiology, the feminine psyche and include all the subtle bodies – the emotional, mental and spiritual that have an impact on the physical. They understand the different needs of the woman as she exercises through pregnancy, postnatal, menopause and the later years of her life and how these changes affect her fitness needs and goals.

Individual Modules

Support Your Floor™

 Preventative programs for Pelvic Floor Health Prerequisite for all courses in The Center’s curriculum

This course will offer an in depth look at the anatomy and function of the pelvic floor, its application to movement and the breath and will discuss the reasons for dysfunction and how many of these problems can be prevented. Our approach contains both the scientific evidenced based research and the more holistic viewpoint of this most intimate part of the female body.

Course Description

This course will lay the foundation for all the other courses in our program. We will look at the female pelvic floor from a functional and healthy standpoint and use this as a reference point for any dysfunction that may occur throughout your client’s life. We aim to demystify the application of the function of the pelvic floor muscles to movement and show you how the pelvic floor functions normally and naturally with your breath and everyday activities. This course is available online and in-person. 

Course Objectives

You will gain a deeper understanding of

  • The anatomy of the pelvic diaphragm and urogenital triangle.
  • The changes the pelvic floor adapts to in all stages of a woman’s life.
  • The fascial connections through the pelvic floor.
  • How the female hormones have an impact on the fascial, bony and muscular systems.
  • How the fluctuations of these hormones affect movement.
  • How all movement is generated from the pelvis and pelvic floor.
  • Why dysfunction happens.
  • Keeping the pelvic floor healthy through release, breath and movement.
Course Outline

Lecture

  • Anatomy of the pelvic floor including fascial connections.
  • Normal functioning of the pelvic floor in everyday movement.
  • How the female hormones affect the fascial, skeletal and muscular system.
  • What changes take place during each stage of a women’s life.
  • The use of bony cuing to activate the pelvic floor.
  • The respiratory system and the connection to the pelvic floor.
  • Muscle groups and fascia that support the pelvis.
  • Why and what dysfunction may occur.

Practical

  • Our protocol- relax-release-realign-restore.
  • Learning release techniques for healthy pelvic floor function.
  • How to use the breath and movement for optimal pelvic floor activation.
  • Relearning how to activate the pelvic floor functionally through movement.
Course Requirements
  • Live or online coursework
  • 1 self-assessment video
  • 10 hours self practice log (log book included)
  • 10 hours teaching log (log book included)
  • 1 teaching video
  • 8 Mentorship Program sessions
Fees & Registrations
Online Course In-Person

$TBA

Includes 1 manual, 6-hr Recorded Course

$TBA

This includes 1 manual and 2 balls

Rocking and Rolling to Release™

Myofascial Release Programs: Prerequisite for all courses in The Center’s curriculum

The introductory level to our myofascial release techniques. It uses functional movement with or without the gentle pressure of small balls, to release fascial restrictions. This non-aggressive hands-off approach to release, trains you to be able to offer your client the ability to achieve a tension free body in the quiet of their own space.

Course Description

This course is the introductory level to our myofascial release techniques. It uses functional movement with or without the gentle pressure of small balls, to release fascial restrictions. This non-aggressive hands-off approach to release, trains you to be able to offer your client the ability to achieve a tension free body in the quiet of their own space.

The program is divided into sequences with the body placed in specific positions to facilitate mobility, stability and release when integrated with breath work and gentle rocking movement. These sequences are easily integrated into your sessions, allowing the client to experience release along with strengthening the body. The fast acting techniques are easy to learn and simple to implement.

The rocking movements move the body with rhythmical breath and gentle rocking to facilitate release. Each rocking sequence can be made more dynamic with stronger movements and a more forceful breath; however, all movements are created without tension, with no alignment cues to follow and no forced range of motion required. This is a starting point for your clients’ body to take the lead in unwinding the restriction. Using breath, pace and flow, we will endeavor to activate the body’s innate sense of moving freely through space.

The rolling is designed to utilize the pressure of balls to facilitate release. The balls are placed in specific positions and functional, rocking movement is created to aid in release. The balls used in this course have different textures. One is semi hard and the other is a soft inflatable ball. Throughout the program these balls can be used interchangeably to offer pressure, support and movement.

Course Objectives

You will gain a deeper understanding and application of:

  • How fascial web works in conjunction with the muscles and bones to create movement.
  • How to release fascial restrictions through movement sequences and positions and gentle pressure.
  • How to create tension free movement with breath and its effect on the fascial system.
  • How rocking facilitates release.
  • How to use the set sequences as a guideline towards unwinding restrictions.
  • How the sequences progress to release restrictions through the whole body.
Course Outline

Lecture

  • The evolution of this course.
  • Overview of John F. Barnes philosophy of myofascial release.
  • Primal movement- circles, spirals and oppositional movement.
  • The difference between muscle activation and joint movement and tension free movement in creating release.
  • The ability of release work to align and strengthen the body.

Practical

  • Relaxation alignment cuing
  • Supine work
    • Spine
    • Pelvis and Sacrum
    • Hip and gluts
    • Neck, Shoulders and Arms
    • Feet and ankles
    • Hamstrings
  • Side lying work
    • Hips and sacrum
    • Ribcage
    • Psoas and QL
  • Sitting work
    • Pelvis
    • Spine
    • Shoulders and arms
    • Hips
    • Pelvic floor
    • Glutes
    • Hamstrings
  • Prone work
    • Thoracic Spine
    • Diaphragm
    • Quads
    • Adductors
    • Abdominals
    • Cervical spine
  • Standing work
    • Hamstrings/Quads
    • Feet and Ankles
    • Psoas
    • Shoulders and arms
    • Pelvic Floor
    • Spine
    • Abdominals
Course Requirements
    • Live or online coursework
    • 1 self-assessment video
    • 10 hours self practice log (log book included)
    • 10 hours teaching log (log book included)
    • 1 teaching video
    • 8 Mentorship Program sessions

    This course fulfills 1 requirement for The Women’s Health and Exercise Specialist Certification

Fees & Registrations
Online Course In-Person

$TBA

Includes 1 manual, 8-hr Recorded Course

$TBA

This includes 1 manual and 2 balls

Pre/Postnatal Modules

Pre and Postnatal Mat
Theory and Practical

Prepare your Body. Repair your Body™

This course covers the anatomy and physiology of pregnancy and postpartum and the changes in a woman’s posture through the four trimesters. The practical covers safe and beneficial exercises on the mat and is suitable for Fitness, Pilates and Yoga Instructors.

Course Description

This course is the flagship course that started The Center’s teacher training courses. With over 30 years in the business of transforming how teachers look at the pre and postnatal client, we are proud to be the leading pre and postnatal program worldwide.

This course provides the perspective of preparing the pregnant client for the birth and the postpartum client in the recovery afterwards through effective breath and movement techniques. The program is designed to be built upon from the first trimester through to the birth and then continued into the fourth trimester.

Course Objectives

You will gain a deep understanding of

  • The anatomy and physiology of the pregnant and postnatal woman.
  • The intimate relationship of the body to the breath and how to use the breath for birth, postural alignment and rehabilitation in the postnatal period.
  • The adaptations of exercise and alignment to posture in the pregnant and postnatal body.
  • The careful use of language and cueing while teaching this population.
  • Program design that truly addresses the needs of the pregnant and postpartum client.
Course Outline

Lecture

  • The philosophy of The Center’s program.
  • The continuum of the 4 trimester program design.
  • The anatomical and physiological changes of the pregnant/postnatal client.
  • Understanding the function of the pelvic floor and abdominals during this time.
  • Breathing and its effects on the abdominals and pelvic floor. Breathing for rehabilitation. Breathing for relaxation and alignment.
  • The postural adaptation of the pregnant/postnatal client and how to apply movement to support these changes.
  • Postpartum in all its glory and appropriate program design to include the emotional and mental bodies of your client.

Practical

  • Laying the foundation of essential movement and breath for the pelvic floor and abdominals to the pre and postnatal client in all trimesters.
  • Designing whole body movement that incorporates breath and flow.
  • Using movement that eases restrictions and maintains suppleness in the prenatal body.
  • Creating movement that prepares the client for the birth whether vaginal or surgical.
  • Using movement and breathwork for postpartum recovery.
  • Safe and beneficial release techniques for the pre and postnatal client.
  • Progressive exercise for the early postpartum client.
  • Using the abdominal binder for rehabilitation and prevention of diastasis recti.
  • Creating flowing sequences on the mat with stability balls and therabands as props.
Course Requirements
  • Live or online coursework
  • 1 self-assessment video
  • 10 hours self practice log (log book included)
  • 10 hours teaching log (log book included)
  • 1 teaching video
  • 8 Mentorship Program sessions
Fees & Registrations
Online Course In-Person

$TBA

Includes manuals, 8-hr Recorded Course

$TBA

Mat only course, 2 manuals included

Pre and Postnatal
Pilates Equipment

Specialty Pilates-based programs for the childbearing years

This course covers safe and beneficial exercises on the Pilates Reformer and Cadillac with program design for each trimester.

Course Description

This course offers the certified Pilates Instructor a repertoire of safe and beneficial exercises on the Reformer and Cadillac. The exercises build from the information in Support your Floor, Rocking and Rolling to Release as well as the Pre and Postnatal Mat Theory and Practical.

Course Objectives
  • This course will establish safe practices on the Pilates Reformer, Chair and Cadillac.
  • This course will show you progressions from the foundation of pelvis and pelvic floor.
  • Innovative and well thought out movement that will aid in the preparation for birth and the recovery after the birth.
  • This course will offer information on the reason behind the development of the exercises and how they benefit the pre and postnatal client.
Course Outline

Lecture

  • The lecture part for this course is included in the Pre and Postnatal Mat Theory and Practical and is highly recommended as a pre requisite for this course.

Practical

  • Safe and beneficial exercises are shown on the Cadillac, Chair and Reformer.
Course Requirements
  • Live or online coursework
  • 1 self-assessment video
  • 10 hours self practice log (log book included)
  • 10 hours teaching log (log book included)
  • 1 teaching video
  • 8 Mentorship Program sessions
Fees & Registrations
Online Course In-Person

$TBA

Includes manuals, 6-hr Recorded Course

$TBA

2 manuals included

Pre and Postnatal Mat
Theory and Practical

Prepare your Body. Repair your Body™

This course covers the anatomy and physiology of pregnancy and postpartum and the changes in a woman’s posture through the four trimesters. The practical covers safe and beneficial exercises on the mat and is suitable for Fitness, Pilates and Yoga Instructors.

Course Description

The Center’s Diastasis Recti Recovery course will inform the end user of a progressive exercise program that focuses on optimal musculoskeletal and fascial performance to facilitate recovery and prevent reoccurrence. Pre-requisites_Rocking and Rolling to Release, Support your Floor. 

Designed for Fitness, Pilates and Yoga Professionals, The Center Method™ for Diastasis Recti Recovery program investigates the history, anatomy and epidemic of diastasis recti commonly known as a separation of the rectus abdominus muscles.

Utilizing breathwork, pelvic floor information, whole body movement and myofascial release techniques, this rehabilitative course equips you with the skills you need to help your clients release, realign and restore the core musculature.

The program offers a series of deep stabilizing exercises with progressions that will allow you to progress towards your regular exercise program, if that is your goal. The deep understanding of the working of your body will ensure the prevention of a recurrence of this condition.

Course Objectives

You will gain a deeper understanding of

  • The condition of diastasis recti.
  • Why it happens and how you may prevent it.
  • How it affects all populations not just postpartum women.
  • The role of the pelvic floor and fascial connections to the abdominals and other “core” muscles.
  • The connection of the thorax to the pelvis and breath.
  • Correct activation of the pelvic floor and abdominals.
  • Correctly performing exercises that have been traditionally contraindicated for this condition.
Course Outline

Lecture

  • History of Diastasis Recti and the exercise boom.
  • Anatomy of the anterior and posterior abdominal wall.
  • Anatomy of the Thorax.
  • Anatomy of the pelvic floor.
  • Fascial connections through the pelvic floor and abdominals.
  • Why release work is important.
  • Re learning how to breathe without over recruiting.
  • Understanding muscle and bone connections using the breath.

Practical

  • Assessing the client for DR and indications of holding patterns and restrictions.
  • Learning to read the body and the movement patterns.
  • Applying myofascial release techniques to release restrictions.
  • Re patterning the body to aid in restoration of the abdominal wall.
  • Foundational exercises for rehabilitation of diastasis recti.
Course Requirements
  • Live or online coursework
  • 1 self-assessment video
  • 10 hours self practice log (log book included)
  • 10 hours teaching log (log book included)
  • 1 teaching video
  • 8 Mentorship Program sessions
Fees & Registrations
Online Course In-Person

$TBA

Includes manuals, 6-hr Recorded Course

$TBA

Includes 1 manual and two balls

Menopause Modules

Health and Exercise for Menopause
Mat Theory and Practical

Powerful change requires powerful action

This course covers the symptoms of menopause and the effects on the female physical, mental and emotional body. Specific concepts for exercise design are included along with innovative exercises that are applicable to Fitness, Pilates and Yoga instructors.

Course Description

Recommended Pre-requisite: Rocking and Rolling to Release, Support your Floor

This course is designed to look at the causes and symptoms of menopause and to gain a new vision of how to train a more mature woman as she adapts to yet another change in her female life. Rather than seeing these changes as negative, this course will show you physiologically, physically, emotionally and mentally, why life can only get better.

Course Objectives

You will gain a deeper understanding of

  • The female anatomy and physiology during menopause
  • The anatomical and physiological changes that affect the physical body
  • The adaptations needed for exercise during this time
  • The benefits and strengths of the menopausal year.
  • The concepts behind the program that support the process.
Course Outline

Lecture

  • The causes, symptoms and effects of menopause.
  • The physiological and anatomical changes of the maturing female body.
  • Changing your perspective on the process of menopause.
  • Exercise concepts that enhance program design.
  • Dealing with Kyphosis, bone loss and joint pain.

Practical

  • Implementing the exercise concepts into various environments.
  • Designing programs that include brain teasers, weight bearing and balance exercises.
  • Using language that is supportive and empowering while teaching this population.
  • Using flow and breath to activate the parasympathetic nervous system.
  • Enjoying innovative and creative choreography on the Mat.
  • Adding Props to the program design to aid in the execution of the exercise.
Course Requirements
  • Live or online coursework
  • 1 self-assessment video
  • 10 hours self practice log (log book included)
  • 10 hours teaching log (log book included)
  • 1 teaching video
  • 8 Mentorship Program sessions
Fees & Registrations
Online Course In-Person

$TBA

Includes manuals, 6-hr Recorded Course

$TBA

Includes 1 manual

Pilates for Menopause™ Equipment

 

Powerful change requires powerful action

This course covers innovative and challenging exercises on the Pilates Equipment in line with the concepts discussed in the Menopause Mat course.

Course Description

Recommended Pre-requisites: Support your Floor, Health and Exercise for Menopause Mat Theory and Practical

This course contains innovative and progressive exercises on the Pilates Cadillac, Reformer and Chair that follow the Center’s concepts of exercise aimed at improving the health and wellness of the menopause years.

Course Objectives

You will gain a deep understanding of

  • How to create Pilates based exercises on the Cadillac, Reformer and Chair to accommodate the changes in the menopausal body.
  • The exercise concepts of MORE, adding more spring tension, more innovative exercises, more endurance. to the program.
  • The need to challenge this population with movement that encourages, strength, balance and brain power.
    Course Outline

    Practical only

    • Implementing the exercise concepts on the Pilates Cadillac, Reformer and Chair
    • Designing programs that include brain teasers, weight bearing and balance exercises
    • Enjoying innovative and creative choreography on the Cadillac, Reformer and Chair
    • Includes Rocking and Rolling to Release elements on the Pilates Equipment to address the stiffness created by the decrease of female hormones.
    Course Requirements
    • Live or online coursework
    • 1 self-assessment video
    • 10 hours self practice log (log book included)
    • 10 hours teaching log (log book included)
    • 1 teaching video
    • 8 Mentorship Program sessions

    This course fulfills 1 requirement for The Women’s Health Pilates Certification™

    Fees & Registrations
    Online Course In-Person

    $TBA

    Includes manuals, 8-hr Recorded Course

    $TBA

    3 manuals included

    Certifications

    Pre and Postnatal Health and Exercise Specialist™ Certification

    (mat only modules)

    Our Pre and Postnatal track offers you a comprehensive and holistic approach to designing and teaching the pre and postnatal client. Pre and Postnatal Specialist certification can be completed in-person/livestream or as an on-demand online course. The certification is suitable for Fitness, Yoga and Pilates instructors. The Pilates track certification includes practical exercises on the Reformer, Chair and Cadillac with program design for each trimester.

    Course Description

    The Combined Modules in the Pre and Postnatal Specialist Certification Will:

    • Allow you to guide your client through release techniques that will maintain the suppleness and openness needed for a successful birth. Stress and tension have an adverse effect on the fascial system allowing for more restrictions and pain to develop. Releasing will allow the body to better adapt to the changes that are taking place during the pregnancy. 
    • After the birth, these techniques are imperative in guiding the body back to alignment, releasing restrictions that scarring from incisions and trauma can cause. The techniques taught in the Rocking and Rolling to Release™ course are safe and beneficial for this population.
    • Support your Floor™ – our Pelvic Floor course takes you through the anatomy and physiology of the PF during pregnancy, birth and the postpartum period. Understanding the normal functioning of a healthy pelvic floor will allow you to guide your client through the changes taking place at this time. This course lays the foundation for all other courses in our curriculum.
    • Pre and Postnatal Mat Theory and Practical will cover program design for the 1st, second and third trimester and after the birth- the fourth trimester. It will apply the information learned in the previous two modules. This course offering will guide you through either a group exercise mat class or a Pilates Mat class.
    • Pre and Postnatal Pilates Equipment will cover program design for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimesters and after the birth – the fourth trimester on the Reformer, Cadillac and Chair. It will apply the information learned in the previous two modules. This course offering will guide you through a group Reformer class and a group Tower class.
    • The movement taught in The Center Method for Diastasis Recti Recovery™ takes you one step further in the recovery of your postpartum client. While this course concentrates on Diastasis Recti, it informs you as to the causes and effects of birth trauma on the female body. The exercises used for healing DR can be utilized for C section recovery and pubic symphysis derangement. This course layers and applies the information learned in the previous courses.
    Modules Required To Complete Certification

    Modules required to complete Pre and Postnatal Specialist Certification in this order:

    1. Rocking and Rolling to Release™
    2. Support Your Floor Pelvic™ Floor Health
    3. Pre and Postnatal Mat Theory and Practical
    4. Pre and Postnatal Pilates Equipment (for Pilates track)
    5. The Center Method for Diastasis Recti Recovery
    Course Requirements
    • Coursework completed, online or in-person
    • Quiz after each module
    • 10 self-practice hours (log books submitted after each module)
    • 10 hours of teaching practice (log books submitted after each module)
    • 1 self practice video submitted after each module
    • 1 teaching practice video submitted after each module
    • Attendance through 8 Mentorship Program sessions in total for Certification
    Fees & Registrations
    Complete Your Certification In-Person/Livestream

    $TBA

    Modules Included:

    • Rocking and Rolling to Release™
    • Support Your Floor™
    • Pre and Postnatal Mat Theory and Practical
    • The Center Method for Diastasis Recti Recovery

    Exercise through Menopause
    Specialist Certification™

    (mat and equipment modules)

    This course is designed to look at the causes and symptoms of menopause and to gain a new vision of how to train a more mature woman as she adapts to yet another change in her female life. Rather than seeing these changes as negative, this course will show you physiological, physically, emotionally and mentally, why life can only get better. Our Menopause track offers you a comprehensive and holistic approach to designing and teaching the menopausal client.

    Course Description

    The Combined Modules in the Health and Exercise for Menopause/ Pilates for Menopause Specialist Certifications Will:

    • Allow you to guide your client through release techniques that will help with restrictions and tension created by the aging process. Conditions such as kyphosis, hip stiffness and loss of flexibility can be helped with the myofascial releases in the Rocking and Rolling to Release™ course. The rocking in this course aids in hydrating the fascial system and helps lessen the stiffness and tension created by the loss of the female hormones.
    • Support your Floor™ – our Pelvic Floor course takes you through the anatomy and physiology of the PF and informs you of the normal functioning of a healthy pelvic floor. This gives you a reference point to understand the issues that a menopausal woman may experience during this time of change. By educating you on the role of the pelvic floor during pregnancy, birth and postpartum, we hope to show you how these events may lay the foundation of dysfunction that is exacerbated during the menopausal years rather than menopause being the culprit.
    • Health and Exercise/Pilates during Menopause™ Mat Theory and Practical will layer the information from the previous two modules and build on the exercises to become relevant to the changing menopausal body. The mat exercises will inform you on how to alleviate some of the challenges facing this population and how to improve the strength and flexibility of the client.
    • Pilates for Menopause™ on the Equipment will further the concepts from the mat work and increase the intensity and challenge of the innovative exercises specifically designed for this population. Well thought out program design is included on the Chair, Reformer and Cadillac.
    Modules Required To Complete Certification

    Modules required to complete Menopause Specialist Certification in this order:

    1. Rocking and Rolling to Release™
    2. Support Your Floor Pelvic™ Floor Health
    3. Health and Exercise for Menopause™ Theory and Practical
    4. Pilates for Menopause™ Equipment (for Pilates track)
    Course Requirements
    • Coursework completed, online or in-person
    • Quiz after each module
    • 10 self-practice hours (log books submitted after each module)
    • 10 hours of teaching practice (log books submitted after each module)
    • 1 self practice video submitted after each module
    • 1 teaching practice video submitted after each module
    • Attendance through 8 Mentorship Program sessions in total for Certification
    Fees & Registrations
    Complete Your Certification In-Person/Livestream

    $TBA

    Modules Included:

    • Rocking and Rolling to Release™
    • Support Your Floor™
    • Pilates/Health and Exercise for Menopause Mat Theory and Practical
    • Pilates for Menopause Equipment

    The Center Method for
    Diastasis Recti Recovery™

    (the whole body solution behind the gap)

    Utilizing breathwork, pelvic floor exercises and myofascial release techniques, this rehabilitative course equips you with the skills you need to help your clients release, realign and restore the core musculature.  The program offers a series of deep stabilizing exercises with progressions that will allow you to progress towards your regular exercise program, if that is your goal. The deep understanding of the working of your body will ensure the prevention of a recurrence of this condition.

    Course Description

    The Combined Modules in the The Center Method for Diastasis Recti Recovery Specialist™ Certification Will:

    • Allow you to guide your client through release techniques that will help with restrictions and tension created by trauma. Since we now know that DR is primarily a fascial dysfunction, the Rocking and Rolling to Release™ course will offer you releases that have been shown to aid in the recovery of a DR.
    • Support your Floor™ – our Pelvic Floor course takes you through the anatomy and physiology of the PF and informs you of the normal functioning of a healthy pelvic floor. The PF and Abdominal wall function as a unit and having a greater understanding of the pelvic floor will inform you as to the function and /or dysfunction of the abdominals, especially if the client has a diastasis recti. This course will lay the foundation of the fascial connections through the PF into the abdominal wall and beyond.
    • The Diastasis Recti Recovery module will connect the dots to create a whole body solution to the problem of DR. This course will give you the protocols and necessary rehabilitative exercises needed to begin the journey back to health. The combined modules offer a more comprehensive perspective for healing this condition.
    Modules Required To Complete Certification

    Modules required to complete Pre and Postnatal Specialist Certification in this order:

    1. Rocking and Rolling to Release™
    2. Support Your Floor Pelvic™ Floor Health
    3. The Center Method for Diastasis Recti Recovery
    Course Requirements
    • Coursework completed, online or in-person
    • Quiz after each module
    • 10 self-practice hours (log books submitted after each module)
    • 10 hours of teaching practice (log books submitted after each module)
    • 1 self practice video submitted after each module
    • 1 teaching practice video submitted after each module
    • Attendance through 8 Mentorship Program sessions in total for Certification
    Fees & Registrations
    Complete Your Certification In-Person/Livestream

    $TBA

    Modules Included:

    • Rocking and Rolling to Release™
    • Support Your Floor™
    • The Center Method for Diastasis Recti Recovery

    Women’s Health and Exercise Certification

    Join the growing number of Pilates, Fitness and Yoga teachers around the world enjoying the groundbreaking, cutting edge information that is truly making the changes necessary for restorative movement for women’s health.

    Upon the completion of this highly experiential certification, you will begin to master the perspective of designing exercise programs for women through every stage of their lives.

    This information will deepen your knowledge and understanding of the female anatomy and physiology, allowing you to adapt the exercise program to the changes a woman experiences throughout her life.

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