4 Weeks to Fitness – Workouts You Can Do at Home

4 Weeks to Fitness – Workouts You Can Do at Home

Often clients will take one or two Oh Baby! Fitness classes a week, but ask what they can be doing in between classes to stay in shape. I’ve been teaching a mom and baby fitness class for the last few weeks and decided to offer “homework” to the class. It was completely optional, but a number of moms have taken me up on it and have said they can see and feel a real difference in their fitness level.

Oh Baby! Fitness Mom & Baby Exercise App Featured in Kiwi Magazine

Oh Baby! Fitness Mom & Baby Exercise App Featured in Kiwi Magazine

Our “Mom and Baby Weekly Workout” app was featured in Kiwi magazine’s June/July issue. Kiwi encourages Moms to get “App Happy” with the Oh Baby app packed with 6 months of weekly postpartum fitness routines. The Mom & Baby Exercise app offers equipment free workouts that include your child. Each regimen is a dynamic hybrid of Yoga, Pilates and strength-training exercises. $4 iOS

Start Working Out Today! Download an Oh Baby! Fitness Exercise App!

Start Working Out Today! Download an Oh Baby! Fitness Exercise App!

Oh Baby! Fitness has three great exercise apps available on iTunes that you can download to start working out now! We’ve designed 3 mobile apps to help Moms get in shape during pregnancy and after and also to teach you how to push your baby out easily and effectively with NO FEAR! Download today!

Ask the Expert: I was active, but I’m pregnant— now what??

Ask the Expert: I was active, but I’m pregnant— now what??

“Before I got pregnant, I was in a pretty active rhythm, incorporating a combination of strength training, warm yoga fusion, and Pilates classes into each week. I was able to maintain most of that routine for the first trimester, but I’m starting to hit some walls recently. I get fatigued more easily, recovery takes longer, and a lot of different kinds of movement are becoming uncomfortable or even impossible for me to perform. So I have two questions: (a) at this point, and going forward, what are the types of movement that are NOT safe for me and the baby? And (b), what are some effective exercises to replace the things that are no longer safe?