Sign up for our Newsletter!
MEDICAL DISCLAIMERAll of the information on this blog/website assumes that the mother-to-be or the mother is in good physical and mental health, and that her pregnancy or recovery from pregnancy, is without risk factors or complications. This is not a medical website and the service provider is not a medical doctor and not licensed to practice medicine in the state of California. The web site content is for informational purposes only and is not intended to offer medical advice, or replace the recommendations of your doctor, midwife, or physical therapist. Always consult your doctor before beginning or continuing any exercise program.
Author Archives: SweatFitness
Ok, so I know I haven’t posted anything in some weeks now, but I have some very interesting projects going on! As I mentioned before I have now done the shoot with some great pregnancy exercises using the TRX Suspension … Continue reading
Wow…over 800 page views! I am amazed and so excited that you all are checking out my new blog. I can now truly understand my husband, whom I “made” a blog for some time ago. After many successful years choreographing … Continue reading
You want to nurse or pump before you exercise You want to make sure to drink plenty of water (6-8 ounces every 15-20 minutes of exercise) You want to make sure to support your breasts. A good sports bra should … Continue reading
One of my friends, whom is also in the fitness industry, recently approached me asking me for some advice on how she could help her client who suffered from Diastasis Recti. Since it is a common condition in pregnant women, … Continue reading
Before starting an exercise program you should see and consult your physician. Although the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology does not mention a preferred time when to start an exercise program, the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology recommends women … Continue reading
Yes you can! As long as you consult and get approval from your physician, you can stay active and continue your regular exercise routines when finding out you are pregnant. This applies to both “regular” exercising women as well as … Continue reading