pregnancy

Everything your need to get started with the Fit Mama workout.
All your Fit Mama questions answered here.
Spend only 15 minutes a day practicing these movements to help with back pain, support pelvic health, promote healthy digestion, and increase range of motion.
A short pregnancy yoga series to stretch, relax, and release.
Start here to begin your program with basic information, FAQs, and how to plan your week.
This is a beginners workout specifically programmed for women who need a safe, gentle, and effective way to rebuild core strength and stability.
Ease yourself into these workouts after the birth of your baby and with the approval of your OBGYN.
1st Trimester, 2nd Trimester, and 3rd Trimester kettlebell workouts.
Spend only 15 minutes a day practicing these movements to help with back pain, support pelvic health, promote healthy digestion, and increase range of motion.
Practice these warm up sequences at any stage of your pregnancy and beyond.
Getting Through The First 6 Weeks
Spending 15 minutes a day practicing these movements will aid in improving pregnancy related issues.
Begin your prenatal walking and jogging plan here.
Recovery from a natural birth can take anywhere from 6 to 8 weeks or more.
The Compete Pregnancy is safe, effective and scalable training program designed especially for prenatal and postpartum women who are looking for an easy-to-follow routine that will keep them healthy and strong.
Can I workout at home or what size kettlebell should I use? All your questions answered here.
Buying a high-quality and safe jogging stroller is one of the best investments you will make in your postpartum health.
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Always get the approval of your OBGYN or midwife before starting an exercise program.
There are many common issues that occur in a normal healthy pregnancy that you should be aware of when beginning an exercise program.
Please obtain approval of your OBGYN if you have DR and before you begin any workouts in the postpartum period.
Make sure that you don't start until after 6+ weeks from birth and with your OBGYN's approval.