Exercise during pregnancy lifts your spirits and prepares you for labour and childbirth, but it’s important to be extra cautious during your workouts. Whether you are a reformed couch potato, regular exerciser or a conditioned athlete, following some simple rules under professional supervision is ideal. Having someone there safely taking you through a structured weights programme will leave you feeling strong and healthy during your pregnancy. I will also take your weight weekly and body measurements monthly to make sure you are maintaining a healthy weight gain.
I am looking for two or three woman who are currently in their first or second trimester for group PT. These classes shall take place in a private studio where it is only ever you and myself (Personal Trainer). No interruptions and a chance for you to relax in comfortable surroundings. Also a great chance to meet like minded mums to be.
I shall provide you with homework that you can safely carry out in the comfort of your own home or in your gym. Keeping up a routine is easier on your body than long periods of inertia interrupted by spurts of activity. There is nothing wrong with a daily programme which last 20-30 minutes. One of the best ways to stick to a workout routine is to invite a buddy to meet you for walks, runs, classes, PT, or gym time. You will be more motivated to show up, and you will get quality time with other mums to be while doing something important for your health and pregnancy.
Like the sound of all this? I’m currently looking for interest and looking to start these sessions in a
few weeks. Please feel free to share with your friends and families.
I can be contacted on 07789545225 or please drop me an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or private PM me.
This will be a structured exercise regime taking you safely right up until your due date. The fitter you are during your pregnancy the easier the birth. The objective is to also welcome you back after your birth, when it is safe for you to do so to get your body back to pre-pregnancy weight.
I look forward to hearing from all you excited mums to be.
From bump to baby,