Guest Post: We are thrilled to have Melissa Baudo Marchetti share her wisdom and experience about physical therapy and the postpartum period. Calling all moms! Have you recently had a baby or have been a mom for a while
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
One of our clients just found out she has gestational diabetes. She’s an avid exerciser, but had terrible morning sickness in her first trimester and lost weight. She gained it back rapidly in her 2nd trimester. She wondered what she could have done differently and how exercise might help her manage her gestational diabetes. We’ve got some answers!
So, you’ve signed up for your first pregnancy workout class! Maybe it’s an Oh Baby! Fitness class, or maybe it’s a pregnancy yoga class at your nearby Y. First- congratulations! You’ve already done the hardest part- deciding to exercise, finding
Oh Baby! Fitness licensee Maggie Glover was featured today in The Cabin in an article sharing how she’s quickly grown her program in just two months. Maggie offers five classes a week to the moms of Conway, Arkansas and shared how she really believes in the mission of Oh Baby! Fitness:
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!)
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.
How quickly will I lose weight the baby weight?
Just as weight gain happens at different rates during pregnancy, weight loss has different paces for different women. 9 months on , 9 months off is a good rule of thumb— not 9 months on and back in your skinny jeans at 2 months! If your baby is 9 months old and you still have weight to lose we recommend a combination of exercise and healthy diet to lose the last few pounds.
How soon can I exercise after baby?
A recent student and “Certified Fitness Geek” took our Oh Baby! Fitness Pre/Postnatal training and live workshop and gave us stellar and detailed reviews.
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: