Become a Master
Female Trainer

with our Master Certificate

in Female Fitness Programming

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This certificate is obtainable to any and all females (and males) looking to further their skills and knowledge in exercise considerations around our unique bodies and the stages we face.

Including pregnancy, post-partum, hormones, body image, menstrual cycle, menopause and much more.

There are four units and once they’re completed and you’re assessed as competent, you’ll receive a

Masters Certificate in Fitness Programming for Females

The investment is $500 per unit or $1900 for all four units

Payment plans available!

*If you’re already enrolled into our Cert III & IV in Fitness, this Certificate is included for free

**Tax invoice available for Personal Trainers (and all ABN holders)

***Gym owners – please contact us directly to discuss staff training and/or face to face delivery


Jacqui Lamplugh – Naturopath and Women’s Fertility Expert | Female physiology, hormones, pregnancy and post-partum and fertility

Jessica Teeger – Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Sydney Pelvic Clinic | The pelvic floor, its function and dysfunction, and client screening

Ziggy Gillham – Physiotherapist, Pilates instructor and pre-med | Female hormones, physiology, pre and post-natal exercise

Jade Reynolds – Occupational Therapist | Mental health, menopause and special populations

Dr Morgan Langford – Osteopath and Women’s Health Coach | Postural assessment and management

Laura Fox – Physiotherapist | Assessing range of motion, mobility and stability in women 

Alice Cousins – Nutritionist | Female hormones and nutrition around the menstrual cycle

Gemma Ursino – Female Physique Specialist | Training women vs men and optimal programming for women

Sabine McKenzie – Physiotherapist, Eating Disorder Therapist and Youth Mentor | Health at every size and disordered eating

Olivia Hampton – Nutrition Coach | Differences in nutrition requirements for women, pre and post-natal nutrition

Lauren Calvin – Body Positive Fitness Coach | Body image, disordered eating and mindset coaching for women

Siggy Fisher – Women’s Health Coach | Body Confidence, mindset and the psychology behind masculine and feminine energies

Will Grant – Exercise Scientist | Training menopausal women, preventing, reversing and managing common conditions as we age

Izzy Beeston – Women’s Health Coach | Training and thriving with Arthritis

Debbi Biggs – Personal Trainer & Nurse | Specialised older populations coaching

Neil Meigh – Faculty of Health Science and Medicine Physiotherapy – Bond University | Exercise and Ageing 

Lauren Hunter – Yoga Instructor and Crossfit Coach | Pre and Post-Natal Yoga and Functional Fitness

Lauren Killey – Pro Body Builder and Coach | The Physiology of Fat Loss – Males vs Females 

Caitlin Simms – Women’s Gym Owner and Online Coach | Building Your Dream Business

Zoe LeeFemale Coaching Specialist | How to Build Epic Client Relationships

Sheradyn Dekker – Functional Nutritionist | Gut Health and Hormones 


  • Lesson 1: The female menstrual cycle

  • Lesson 2: Female hormones and the role they play in our health

  • Lesson 3: Hormonal Disorders

  • Lesson 3.1 Endometriosis is not just a bad period

  • Lesson 4: Nutritional and supplementation considerations around the menstrual cycle and its disorders

  • Lesson 4.1 Iron Supplementation

  • Lesson 5: Fertility and exercise

  • M1 Assessment

  • M1 Resources

  • Lesson 1: Physiological differences that affect training

  • Lesson 2: Gender specific fitness programming

  • Lesson 3: Differences in nutrition requirements

  • Lesson 4: Body image and mindset for females

  • Lesson 5: How to be a weight inclusive trainer

  • Lesson 6: Body Confidence and Healing Negative Body Image

  • Lesson 7: Mental Health and Exercise

  • Lesson 8: Posture Analysis – how to assess posture and program for imbalances

  • Lesson 8.1: Practical Application of Posture Assessment

  • Lesson 9: Assessing range of motion, mobility and stability in females

  • Lesson 10: Male vs Female Fat Loss
  • Assessment

  • M2 Resources

  • Lesson 1: Pregnancy exercise, complications, post-partum exercise and considerations and pelvic floor health

  • Lesson 2: The Pelvic Floor

  • Lesson 2.1 Pelvic Floor Screening Tool

  • Lesson 3: Common Musculoskeletal Conditions During Pregnancy

  • Lesson 4. Pelvic floor and the T-zone sequence

  • Lesson 4.1 Strengthening and releasing back sequence – upper or low back pain, sciatica or hip pain

  • Lesson 5. Diastasis recti / core rehab sequence

  • Lesson 6. Pre and Post-Natal Considerations for Yoga Instructors

  • Lesson 6.1 Pre and Post-Natal Yoga Practical Application

  • Lesson 7. Pre and post-natal nutrition

  • M3 Assessment

  • M3 Resources

  • Lesson 1: What is menopause and what are the phases

  • Lesson 2: Exercise considerations

  • Lesson 3: Training programs for older female clients

  • Lesson 4: Nutritional considerations

  • Lesson 4.1: Post Menopause and Ageing Related Conditions

  • Lesson 4.2: Post Menopause and Ageing Related Conditions part 2

  • Lesson 4.3: Programming Considerations for Post Menopause and Ageing Related Conditions

  • Lesson 5: Auto-immune Inflammatory Arthritis – Ankylosing Spondylitis

  • Assessment

  • Lesson 1: How to coach women successfully online
  • Lesson 2: How to set up an online coaching operation
  • Lesson 3: Building Epic Client Relationships
  • Resources: Templates and strategies to help you market and run your business (COMING SOON)

Super informative!

Such valuable and relevant information – clearly delivered so easy to understand. Love the examples of applying the information learned and implementing strategies surrounding the information learned in a real world/real client training environment.

Bree Farrow

Absolutely recommended 10/10.

I have so much fun working through the course, the females that are involved to teach us are incredibly knowledgeable. I am so glad out of all the courses out there I picked this one. I feel like I’m part of a really cool family.

Beth McKinley


Recognise and apply exercise science principles to females and the menstrual cycle

This unit delves into the female hormone cycle and how it affects training and nutrition. Students will look at everything from periodising training, to hormonal disorders such as PCOS, PMDD & endometriosis. This unit also looks at fertility and how exercise and nutrition can affect conception.


Understand physiological differences between the genders and incorporate these concepts into fitness programming

Students will understand the main differences between male and female physiology, explain the benefits of understanding female physiology for exercise programming, demonstrate gender specific fitness programming, identify differences in nutrition requirements. Students will also be educated in body image, disordered eating, weight stigma and mindset in female fitness programming.


Recognise and incorporate exercise science principles for pre and post-natal female clients

This unit covers everything from pelvic floor health, mental health, safest exercises for pre and post-natal clients and how to adapt programs, to understanding pre and post-natal complications, and the nutritional and supplemental needs of pre and post-natal clients.


Understand and apply exercise considerations around the female menopause cycle

Students will understand the stages of menopause and how women are impacted mentally and physically throughout its cycle. They will be able to adapt programs to suit menopausal clients through these phases and deliver safe and effective exercise programs, as well as understand the benefits of nutrition and supplementation.

^Completion allows all graduates to obtain insurance with Guild Insurance and receive coverage for coaching or instructing pre and/or post natal women

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