Oh Baby! Fitness CEO Clare Schexnyder was featured as one of the most inspiring stories in Atlanta! In her interview she shares, “I’m incredibly proud of all of our accomplishments, but the one thing I hold most dear
Oh Baby! Fitness is in Reader’s Digest! They asked owner Kathleen Donahoe for her best tips for exercise after baby (and she accidentally told a slightly embarrassing story about her husband– ha!). Check it out for 8 tricks to sneaking
Oh Baby! Fitness co-owner Kathleen Donahoe was recently interviewed by Happy Babies Parent Education about postpartum recovery—specifically cores and floors (pelvic ones, that is!)
Life is a little crazy with a newborn and just-turned-two year old. I AM exercising, just not in the same way I did with only one kid. Here’s what exercise looks like now that we’ve got two little ones around the house:
Oh Baby! Fitness co-owners Clare Schexnyder and Kathleen Donahoe were featured in Atlanta Magazine’s July issue.
Wear or carry your baby for the first 3 exercises. We promise this one will leave mom sore and baby happy!
You’ve seen her before — the mom in the grocery store checkout line with a newborn swaddled to her midsection, a glazed look in her eyes, and a little spit-up on her shoulder. Staring back from the candy and gum section is the smiling face of a perky television star on the cover of a weekly magazine, wearing a bikini and holding an infant. The headline declares in a huge pink font, “BODY AFTER BABY.” It’s enough to make you scream. The priority for most moms isn’t to fit into a two-piece weeks after birth, but to be healthy and feel great (or as great as is possible) during and after pregnancy. And Mama, Atlanta’s own Oh Baby! Fitness can help with that, offering exercise programs for new and expectant moms. Oh Baby! Founding Mom/CEO/Co-owner Clare Schexnyder tells us more in this week’s Friday Five with WellATL.
Oh Baby! Fitness Founding Mom Clare Schexnyder just ran a half-marathon on her birthday. She detests running, but set a goal and worked toward it. Find out how she did and why fitness goals work better for new moms than watching the scales.
In my work, I often see women rush right back into exercise after they have their babies. I understand the urge– pre-pregnancy jeans are calling and the mental kick of a good workout can’t be beat. However, I’ve seen lots of women return to exercise too early or without a plan and end up injured. In an effort to learn from them, I did the following things before returning to exercise: