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4 thoughts on “Female Athletes: Ready for Impact?”
I am interested in the female athlete online course but have a few questions. I took your course in Pittsburg recently. This is something I can watch whenever convenient for me & not a certain day/time? Can I rewatch it? The PayPal account I have goes to my husband’s email. Will this info only include the password so I can view the course?
I have been using the info from your course daily and love it. Would love to confirm some ideas for the advanced patient!
Great to hear you have had fun with the course material! The webinar is pre-recorded, so you can watch it whenever you want (stop, start, rewind, rematch). The email that confirms the receipt of payment provides you with the password and then you can use that on any computer. Hope that helps! Thanks for your interest in learning more!
How can I get more information on your Female Athlete webinar?
What would you like to know :)? Julie
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