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Women's Fitness Specialist (WFS) Course

Women's Fitness Specialist (WFS) Course

Only: $259.00

CEUs: NASM 1.3; NSCA 1.0; ACE 1.3 (CEP64768)

The NASM Women’s Fitness Specialist (WFS)—Women have different fitness needs!

Show women there’s no limit to what they can achieve! NASM Women’s Fitness Specialists:

  • Boost their reputation, career, and client base by training women of all ages and body types, including younger, pre- and postnatal, and older women
  • Teach clients about good nutrition and how to use the Optimum Performance Training™ (OPT™) Model to manage their weight
  • Provide corrective exercise, cardiovascular, and small-group training
  • Invest in their client’s lives and futures . . . as well as their own!


  • Downloadable Course Manual
  • Downloadable Programming Manual
  • Online Quizzes
  • Exercise Library
  • Online Exam
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1. Charmine on 3/25/2014, said:

material was too general and used way too many statistics as the bulk of the learning material, boring. it really did not provide any practical application and real-world data that could benefit nasm professional working with this special population, very disappointing.
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2. Kristopher on 1/13/2014, said:

I've done CPT, CES, and PES through NASM and I've loved them but I have to say, this course was not up to par. There was a lot of telling you what's important to know and very little teaching of the thing you must know. The course is fllled to the brim with statements like "research shows women that aren't active tend to have higher BMI's than those who lead active lives." Really NASM?! Did research show that about women? I guess we can accept it as truth now that research has shown that people that don't workout tend to gain weight faster than those who do. I just really think they dropped the ball on this one. This was the first of their newer courses I've taken and I'm not sure I'll take another. It just seems like they threw some stuff together to have something else to sell. Much of the course was common information about people with the word women shoved in somewhere. Outside of a small amount of information about pregnancy and menopause, I would say that almost none of the info was actually unique to women or training them. I'd recommend taking them up on their free three day trial for this course when they have it before you buy.
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