Strength and endurance training is by far the best when pregnant.
Whole body strength is important – it generates “muscle memory” which dramatically speeds up the process of getting back into shape after childbirth.
Strength and endurance will help the body cope with an extra 5kg of weight you have to carry in pregnancy 24/7 (that’s 5 x 1 litre bottles of water). You certainly need more strength and endurance to cope with this weight plus handling a potentially long labour to cap it all!
I want to share my prenatal gym workout with you to help all women achieve a stronger and healthier body.
Over the years I have seen pregnant women attempting many odd and curious exercises in the gym. I believe women are sometimes even afraid to exercise because of anxiety over performing a wrong action which might even harm baby.
I offer women the confidence and knowledge needed to stay active throughout pregnancy. The exercises strengthen the whole body – while safe and easy to do.
This workout suits absolutely anyone whether 2 weeks pregnant or at term. The woman in the photos is Tracey who appears at 32 weeks of her pregnancy.
Click the link below to read and download the Prenatal Strength Endurance Gym Workout PDF file: