Everything listed under: postpartum

  • Toning Pregnancy Workout To Help You Lose Baby Weight Fast

    I know how hard it is as a woman to see your body change so drastically and so fast. But what I have found is even harder, is when its been 6-12 months postpartum and you still look pregnant.   I tell you this because for years I have been working not only with pregnant women but with women who have had children years ago and still have a pooch and are 10-20-30 lbs over weight.

  • Fit During Pregnancy With These Exercises

    Most people would think that FIT and PREGNANCY can't possibly be put in the same sentence together. But my friend, they can! You CAN be a super fit prego.

  • Safe & Effective Pregnancy Exercises

    It is incredibly beneficial to exercise during pregnancy.  I worked out with both pregnancies and had 2 amazing experiences.  Well, my second was a bit harsh.

  • Workout For A Fit & Happy Pregnancy

    Pregnancy can go one of two ways........ You can either enjoy it to the max and be happy......... OR............

  • The Best Pregnancy "Pooch" Preventing Workout

    Have you ever seen a friend or a family member who recently had a baby (months ago) and still has a POOCH?  They still look about 4-5 months pregnant?  Maybe its you, maybe you had a few pregnancies and still have that super annoying postpartum pooch.

  • Plank Exercises To Prevent Post Partum Pooch

    One of the biggest fears for most pregnant women for post partum is THE DREADED POOCH.  I see it all the time and I remember before I had my first child and my friends were having kids.  I would see them months after and they all still looked like they were 4-5 months pregnant.

  • No Flab Pregnancy Workout

    Pregnancy is the most beautiful gift God has given us women.  I mean we get to carry our baby inside of us for 40 weeks..... a bond like no other.

  • The Best Kinds Of Exercises For Pregnancy

    The Best Kinds Of Exercise For Pregnancy  Exercise and Pregnancy is what you should be thinking about right now if you want to reduce aches and pains, reduce swelling of ankles and feet, improve sleep, reduce the risk of gestational diabetes, improve mood and reduce labor and delivery time.  How much more motivating can it be to exercise while pregnant? I know!

 
 

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