- The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends that pregnant women, (provided there are no contraindications), adopt the same exercise habits as those recommended by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention for all Americans, e.g. accumulate 30 minutes or more of moderate exercise each day-on most, if not all days of the week. This should be done to derive the same associated health benefits during the pregnancy as prior to it.
- Being fit before giving birth will make it easier to restore muscle strength and firm up your body after birth. “Ideally, the time to start training for motherhood is BEFORE becoming pregnant.”
- Postpartum exercise strengthens your immune system, encourages your uterus to shrink back to normal and wards off sleepiness.
- Postpartum exercise will improve your appearance and give you more confidence.
- Postpartum exercise will give you the strength to keep up the demands of raising a family.
Ready for Motherhood
is a comprehensive conditioning program specifically designed for pre and post natal women. If you are thinking of becoming a mom or have recently become one this program will prepare you for the road ahead.
Try lifting a 40lb. stroller out of the car trunk. Load it with a 15lb. child and maneuver it through foot traffic, in and out of stores, up and down stairs, in and out of cars, buses or subways, etc….. Being a mother is very physically demanding! They need and deserves the same careful attention as any other athlete.The activities of motherhood involve multi -tasking, balance, strength, endurance and are physically, mentally and emotionally demanding.This program gives you the physical skills to prepare you for pregnancy, childbirth, motherhood and beyond!
Help the moms tune into their bodies while preparing for pregnancy, birth, postpartum recovery, and more importantly, the demands of motherhood!
- Improved body image.
- Improved nutrition & lifestyle awareness.
- Quicker post delivery recover.