Pre and Postnatal Fitness

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Prenatal Fitness

Having a structured pre and postnatal fitness program is important for both during pregnancy and after. It allows for an easier labour, less weight-gain during pregnancy, and faster postpartum weight loss and recovery. Our goal is to help you have the healthiest pregnancy possible and to avoid common core dysfunctions after pregnancy.

Prenatal Fitness Programs Include:

  • Preventative training program
  • Initial consultation
  • Body composition assessment
  • Fitness Assessment
  • Prenatal Nutrition Plan
  • Equipment use
  • Workout tracking, logs, and report.
  • Unlimited Email Support

Postnatal Fitness

The first 8 weeks after pregnancy are the most important to help your body recover as quickly as possible from the childbirth. That being said, it’s never too ate to work on core dysfunctions that have occurred during a past pregnancy. Even if your last child was born 20 or 30 years ago, you can still improve any lasting core dysfunctions.

Postnatal Fitness Programs Include:

  • Restorative exercise program
  • Initial consultation
  • Body composition assessment
  • Fitness Assessment
  • Postnatal Nutrition Plan
  • Equipment use
  • Workout tracking, logs, and report.
  • Unlimited Email Support

Common core dysfunctions after pregnancy

Diastasis Recti (Abdominal Separation)

Diastasis Recti is the separation of the rectus abdominis muscle into right and left halves. This results in back pain, poor posture, pelvic floor problems, and gastro-intestinal disturbances like constipation and bloating. This condition gives the look of the “mummy tummy” and makes it harder to lose weight around the mid-section.

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

After pregnancy, you may get one or all of these unwelcome symptoms. Some of them are more serious than others and can result in needing surgery.

  • Urinary Incontinence (loss of bladder control)
  • Uterine Prolapse (the herniation of pelvic organs through the vaginal opening)
  • Denervation Injury (loss of nerve supply)
  • Anal Incontinence (inability to control bowel movements)

Book a free in-home fitness assessment

Take your first step toward a new you and find out why in-home fitness is the way to go. 

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1 (844) 668-4838