Pregnancy Exercises: Fit Pregnancy Total Body Workout DVD

Introducing Amanda Tress’ Pregnancy Exercises: Fit Pregnancy Total Body Workout DVD.* If you are looking for a prenatal workout to do through all three trimesters of pregnancy, during your pre-pregnancy fitness plan, and for post-delivery recovery, look no further.

Pregnacy Exercises: Fit Pregnancy Total Body Workout DVD

Staying fit throughout pregnancy is very important and will help to reduce the negative symptoms of pregnancy. Continuing a prenatal workout routine in all three trimesters will help prevent excess weight gain, keep a woman’s body strong for labor and delivery, and significantly speed up the recovery process (not to mention the health benefits to the baby).

This Pregnancy Exercises: Fit Pregnancy Total Body Workout DVD* is perfect for women who are hoping to do a fabulous workout in the comfort and convenience of their own home. It is designed with two levels — advanced and modified:

  •  The advanced level is great for pre-pregnancy fitness or for women who are working to shed excess weight after delivery.
  • The modification moves can be performed throughout all three trimesters of a non-risk pregnancy* and focus on strengthening muscle groups that are important for labor and delivery. Please see below for safety information and important notes.

The 35 minute Pregnancy Exercises: Fit Pregnancy Total Body Workout DVD includes:

  • Warm Up
  • 3 Cardio Circuits
  • Arm Workout
  • Leg Workout
  • Abdominal Workout
  • Cool Down

The Pregnancy Exercises: Fit Pregnancy Total Body Workout DVD is sold for the very low price of $14.99 (plus $2.50 for shipping).

You may purchase the DVD below for shipping within the US. Please contact me for international shipping details.

For a limited time, I am offering a package option for my Pregnancy Exercises: Fit Pregnancy Total Body Workout DVD and my Body After Baby Boot Camp Workout DVD for the very low price of $24.99. Click here or on the DVD cover image below for more information.

Body After Baby Boot Camp DVD Workout

* The Pregnancy Exercises Fit Pregnancy Total Body Workout DVD is intended for women who are pregnant and wish to maintain their fitness levels through their pregnancy. It is not intended as a beginners exercise and prenatal workouts should not be attempted without first having discussed with your physician or midwife. Not all exercises are suitable for everyone. As with any exercise program, if at any point during your workout you feel faint, dizzy, or have physical discomfort, you should stop immediately. You are responsible for exercising within your limits and seeking medical advice and attention as appropriate. Neither Amanda Tress nor Fit Pregnancy and Parenting (nor any individual or corporations associated with the production, marketing and distribution of this DVD) assumes any legal liability or responsibility for any direct, indirect, consequential, special, exemplary or other loss, injury or damages that may result. Nor is there any guaranty, warranty or formal representation about the personal benefits of this DVD. You participate in this workout at your own risk.

In the first trimester, a woman with a non-risk pregnancy can generally maintain the same level of fitness as her pre-pregnancy workout routine. Attention should be paid to heart rate and body temperature. A pregnant woman should stop exercising when fatigued and not exercise to exhaustion.

In the second trimester, a woman should pay extra attention to balance. Also, this is often the trimester to stop abdominal exercises in the supine and prone position. A pregnant woman should be aware of the potential for diastasis, or separation of the rectus abdominis muscle. Use one or two pillows to during exercises in the supine position if you still choose to do those, and pay attention to proper form.

The third trimester often presents issues with balance. Hydration and proper nutrition should be a main concern for a woman in the third trimester. Consider consuming water every 10 minutes during exercise.

Women with no exercise experience should not attempt lunges. Women who have maintained a fit pregnancy can do lunges and may choose to use a chair for support in the second and third trimesters. Stretching can be done with caution. (NCCPT Special Populations)

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71 thoughts on “Pregnancy Exercises: Fit Pregnancy Total Body Workout DVD

  1. Jessica says:

    I would be interested in buying the dvd. I am 21 weeks along though and am wondering does it pay to buy it at this point in pregnancy?
    Thanks:)

    • Amanda Tress says:

      Hi Jessica! Congrats on being over half-way through your pregnancy! If you have been maintaining a fit pregnancy, this would be a perfect time to buy the DVD! It’s also great for post-delivery recovery, so you really can’t purchase at a bad time 🙂 Let me know if you have any questions about it!

  2. Marie says:

    How soon will you have a new stock? I would really like to order your DVD but I have a weird aversion to ordering things online when they are on back order or something like that… At the same time, I want this DVD like yesterday! 😀 I’m 13 weeks along in my 4th pregnancy. Because sickness and fatigue got the best of me, I fell out of my long time regular routine of working out hard 5 days a week. Starting to feel better now and am looking for an appropriate and safe alternative to my pre-pregnancy routine. Thanks a bunch!

      • Amanda Tress says:

        Hey girl! Thanks for asking! The order is on the UPS truck and headed to my house. The tracking code says it will arrive on Tuesday, but I can email you to confirm 🙂 The workout is 35 minutes long and truly a total body workout. It incorporates plyometrics, pilates moves, strength training with body weight and/or 5 lb weights. I am in my third trimester and show modification moves while Mallory (a client of mine in a pre-pregnancy fitness plan) does the advanced moves. (Modifications moves ie: static moves versus jumping). Let me know if you have any questions at all!

  3. lavanya says:

    Dear.. Amanda ,
    This is lavanya, physiotherapist from India. i am a certified trainer as well. planning to start antenatal, postnatal and Lamaze classes. i have done a small course from India. looking for international course. so do u offer any online certification course regarding antenatal. that’s why planning to buy fit pregnancy total body workout hope which helps from teaching perspective too. plz do lemme know about online course and dvd can be sent overseas.

    • Amanda Tress says:

      Hi Aeslin,

      Yes, I work legs a LOT in the video 🙂 I love training ladies on how to get sexy toned legs and arms, so you will be all set if you do this DVD faithfully 🙂 I just emailed you as well re: the address on your order! Thanks so much for ordering and let me know if you have any questions!

  4. morganelyse316 says:

    I’m 16 weeks pregnant with my first and am 101lbs. I’m tiny but haven’t exercised consistently at all. I’m wondering is this DVD more for people to continue and modify the workouts they did pre-pregnancy or would this be good for someone like me who is starting from ground zero? Thanks!

    • Amanda Tress says:

      Hi! Thanks for asking! If you are at the start of your second trimester, you could do the DVD safely, but I would recommend that you do the modification moves versus the advanced moves. If you feel comfortable, you could transition to the advanced moves 🙂 Let me know if you have any questions!

  5. Kelsey says:

    Have you ever touched on the issue of diastasis recti??? I have your dvd, and you have a lot of crunch moves…..I’ve been reading a lot of articles lately about how crunches can make this issue worse. Perhaps you could touch on this subject a little cause I would love to hear your take on it. 🙂

    • Amanda Tress says:

      Hey girl! I have touched on it a bit, but I would be happy to do another post about it! I have not struggled with diastasis recti myself, but I know a few girls who have. Are you in the third trimester? It might be better to do standing ab moves if you have a history of diastasis recti and I’d be happy to send you a link to one of my ab videos with standing moves 🙂

  6. Kelsey says:

    Yes, I’m 30 weeks right now! Eek! I would love a link to the stand up moves. I’ve read that it’s a condition that can heal itself naturally, but I’ve also read that it can get worse with certain exercise moves. I would prefer to not aggravate the issue through postpartum exercising.

  7. Jill says:

    Hi Amanda,
    I was an avid runner and barre girl until my 6th week when I was floored with horrible nausea. I’m about the enter week 13 and feeling better. I’m having a tough time running though as it just feels so much harder right now! Is that normal? I’m interested in ordering to add to my prenatal workouts. How often should I aim to workout? (I worked out 5 days a week until week 6.) is it possible to improve lost fitness in the early pregnancy weeks throughout pregnancy? Thank you!

    • Amanda Tress says:

      Hi Jill. I am sorry to hear that you had been feeling so sick in your first trimester. I totally understand. Yes, it’s definitely normal for running to seem harder after taking a few weeks off and now being pregnant. Your heart is having to pump more blood and work harder in general, etc. I would love for you to order my DVD. Yes, you can workout 5 days per week and increase your intensity slowly now that you are feeling better. Best wishes!

  8. Suzanne says:

    Hi!
    I’m 13 weeks pregnant and it’s my second pregnancy. I was not doing a lot of exercise before my pregnancy but was just beginning to try to improve my routine to 4-6 days a week when I got pregnant. It says that this dvd is not for beginners, so I’d like to know if you have any suggestion for getting in better health while pregnant. Is it possible to adjust the exercises of your dvd? Do you have other material? Thank you!

    • Amanda Tress says:

      Hi Suzanne,

      Congrats on your second pregnancy!!! Yes, my DVD is not for women who have never worked out. However, if you were ramping up your routine, it would be appropriate for you to do the modified moves (I demonstrate them) in the video. It’s a 35 minute at-home workout that I think you will enjoy. I am also happy to do a one-time consult with you over Skype, FaceTime, or Google Hangout if you prefer. Please let me know if you have any more questions.

  9. Amanda says:

    Just received the DVD’s and I did the Pregnancy one last night (I am 7 weeks preggers with #2) and I loved it. I had been doing T25 faithfully until I found out, then I just did it a few days a week with only the modifications all the jumping around didn’t feel right with me. I was happy to find your site and the DVD’s and glad I made the purchase, I got a good sweat even with a few breaks to distract my 2 year old and my energy was high last night after finishing!! Is this something I should do everyday or every other? How many days a week? Thanks for any help/advice you have!! 🙂

    • Amanda Tress says:

      Hi Amanda – thanks so much for the note! Congrats on your second pregnancy! I am so glad you enjoyed the DVD and got a good workout. I would do it 3 times per week if you are able to do other cross training or running 2 times per week. These moves kept me in great shape throughout pregnancy! Best wishes to you!

  10. Tammy says:

    Hi Amanda,

    I am very inspired by your result after having a baby! I am 26 weeks pregnant and cannot find a good workout video. I happened to stumble upon your website. I have worked out very virgously(spin, boot camp) in the past, about 2 years ago. But, haven’t had the time to workout since having my son who gives me the run for my money. Does your vids sound like it can accommodate me? I want to be fit and bounce back fast. Is there a way I can preview before I buy it?

    Thanks,
    Tammy

  11. chelsea says:

    Hi. Im currently 27 weeks in my second pregnancy and. I just wanna say I love your DVD!!! I was doing p90 before I got pregnant. And I wanted to maintain a healthy pregnancy bc with my daughter I went from 108 to 170! With my son I started at 125 and I’m 145 I’m very happy with this weight and with ur awesome workout!!!

  12. Jess says:

    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!

    • Amanda Tress says:

      Hi Jess! Thanks so much for ordering my DVD! Congrats on your four kiddos! Yes — if you do the DVD consistently, you will see results in the problem areas you mentioned 🙂 I would add in some interval workouts with the treadmill if possible in addition to the DVD (3 times per week). Best wishes!

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