So, I wanna be a personal trainer.
Of course, I'll have every (human who doesn't have severe orthopedic issues) man/woman/boy/girl squat and DL at at least 80% 1 RM...and chin and dip and do real push-ups, not the crappy "knee push-ups"...and sprint and run hills for fat loss etc.
And these days, as I was searching for the legal requirements and other info on being a PT...I talk with a very well known woman PT...and when I ask her about how much do her women clients squat and DL, she tells me that a woman will have big issues getting pregnant/keeping a pregnancy if she is strong in squats and DLs... I assume that she means that if a woman has a very strong core / abs+obliques+TvA she'll have issues with pregnancy. (since the legs have nothing to do with pregnancy)
Please, could you tell me if you know how/if a strong core might cause any problems for a woman who wants to have children?
(no, "common sense" tells me nothing. Couldn't a two or three times stronger that average -and still maybe twice as strong than the average working woman's of days past - rectus abdominis etc. create, in one way or another, problems with keeping a pregnancy?)
Thank you ever so much,