Almost every day, a pregnant woman asks me what is normal in terms of weight gain during pregnancy. We have a nifty trick to help you know if you’re on track.
We are pleased to announce two upcoming LIVE perinatal fitness training workshops! The first will be in Atlanta, GA, on Friday December 16th, 2016, from 8a – 4pm. Sign up today for the Oh Baby! Fitness live training and get certified to teach pre/posnatal moms and potentially join our licensing program and start your own biz!
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:
One secret tip that pregnancy trainers know is that there is one exercise that strengthens all the muscles used in labor and delivery—AND it’s an exercise you can do at home. All you need is a wall—that’s it! The secret:
Oh Baby! Fitness is excited to offer water classes at the Lifetime Fitness in Johns Creek, GA. Classes begin in mid-May. Moms can choose from Pregnancy Water Aerobics or H2Oh Baby, our mom & baby water aerobics class. Both classes
Oh Baby! Fitness has had the privilege of working with thousands of pregnant women and new moms. Based on this extensive experience, along with expert advice and review of the best available research, we believe: 1. Pre- and postnatal EXERCISE
One of the trends we are hearing more about is women working to lose weight BEFORE they get pregnant. I was at a BBQ this weekend with a group of women who think they will start trying to get pregnant
Awesome article from Workout of the Week on an Oh Baby! Fitness Pregnancy Pilates class. I’ve copied the entire article here because I think it’s so great! Pregnancy Pilates Wednesday, February 2, 2011 | Writinggal I decided that, since I’m
Guidance on proper form for lunges during exercise while pregnant from Oh Baby! Fitness. Lunges lift and tighten the butt, but they also offer an opportunity to work the pelvic floor. You can do Kegel exercises while doing lunges. Lunges
Check out our newest exercise video: Abdominal Exercises on the Stability Ball. Oh Baby! Fitness Senior Instructor Kathleen Donahoe leads us through some safe and challenging ab exercises.