Personally I would not and do not recommend detoxing. If your clients have bowel issues it would be best for them to see their doctors and make sure there is nothing more serious going on other than being irregular
As Personal Trainers, Group Exercise Leaders etc. we must stay within our professional scope of practice.
Hi Mariu. In my opinion, you should steer clear of making a recommendation for “detoxing” since this is really not within your skill set, nor knowledge to make such a recommendation (at least not as a personal trainer). This is definitely a topic best discussed by your client with their physicians, but definitely not to be recommended by their trainer.
I hope that this helps.
I know that this is a subject that creates quite a stir. I have had a lot of experience with this. I owned an aerobics studio for 20 years and believe me, i was surprised how many people are constipated and remain so even after dr visits and trying to eat right.
we found a product called Mega Cleanse Internal Cleansing Complex. My girls swore up and down on it!! One client of mine did not have a movement for 2 weeks! this is after consulting a doctor! needless to say she was ready to do anything for relief! This was a god send for her. She said it was the only thing that ever helped and she continued her work outs. I know she would have quit if not for this stuff. It is worth a look as all these herbal products aren’t all the same.