For a limited time, I am offering a package deal on my Fit Pregnancy Total Body Workout DVD & Body After Baby Boot Camp Workout DVD. Both DVDs retail for $14.99, but if you purchase today, you can buy both for only $24.99.
Are you hoping to stay fit and strong through all three trimesters of pregnancy, and bounce back at record speed after labor and delivery? Here are my top three tips and what helped keep me fit through pregnancy and back to my pre-pregnancy size and fitness level within weeks of delivering both of my babies.
1. Maintain a fit pregnancy and continue to work your core during pregnancy.
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know that I maintained a very fit pregnancy with both of my babies. I not only continued to work my core, I focused on core. If you have a copy of my Fit Pregnancy Total Body Workout DVD, you know that the core segment is one of the toughest segments in the DVD. Core and abdominal workouts during pregnancy are controversial in the fitness and medical worlds. However, in my experience, it is so important to continue stimulating and strengthening your abdominals, lower back, and hamstrings, if you want to prepare effectively for labor and delivery, and bounce back quickly and get your pre-baby abs back fast after baby. My doctor was supportive of ab exercises in the supine position (on your back) through my entire pregnancy, and I continued an intense combination of abdominal moves until D-Day.
2. Eat clean through pregnancy and postpartum.
Abs are made in the gym and in the kitchen. It is so important to eliminate empty calories from unhealthy foods. That’s not to say I don’t eat treats on occasion, but for the most part, I focus on eating lean protein, good fats, complex carbs, etc. Personally, I did a modified Paleo diet during pregnancy, and continue to eat mostly veggies, fruits, lean protein, and minimal grains/dairy. Be sure you are not eating too many calories, but also be sure you are eating enough of the right foods. Contact me for a one-time consult if you are unsure how to eat healthy.
3. Work your core consistently after labor and delivery.
Obviously, to get your pre-baby abs back, you need to work them hard after you deliver. I was cleared to start exercising 2 weeks postpartum, but be sure to check with your doctor and get clearance before you start a postpartum workout routine. Planks, floor crunches, and twist crunches were my favorite exercises when I first started back with core work after I delivered my babies. I did not have any problems with Diastasis Recti (separation of the abdominal wall), so I could safely working on getting my abs back shortly after I delivered. There is a great ab circuit in my new Body After Baby Boot Camp DVD as well.
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Hi! I just ordered your pregnancy dvd and body after baby! I just have a couple questions I hope you will answer for me, I have 4 kids the oldest is 4 1/2 and the youngest is almost 8 months so super close. My weight is 125 I can never seem to lose on my hips or legs if I do the body after baby dvd daily will I see results in those areas? or what more could I do. as far as workout equitment I only have a treadmill. Thanks!
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