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We offer a complete 1-1 ante & post-natal fitness training service

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health writer Fitness training for pregnancy is a specialised subject. When you're pregnant you do need to change the way you train and what you do when. You need to have a trainer who knows their ante and post natal theory and has practical experience of working with pregnant and post natal mums. We provide all the information and training you need to keep you fit and healthy for pregnancy and beyond.


What you can & can't do in pregnancy:

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  • When you're pregnant (or post natal) you're not ill but you are a special case. You can begin fitness training at any stage of pregnancy providing you feel well enough. Doing exercise will not make you miscarry. However if your doctor advises rest then you must, of course, take his advice. If you've not exercised regularly before conceiving you need to start gradually

  • Running and Jogging will not make you miscarry but it may make you feel uncomfortable. Exercise during pregnancy should make you feel like you've worked but not exhaust you. If you've always enjoyed jogging you can continue as long as you feel well. If you've never run before conceiving then there may be more appropriate forms of exercise for you.
  • In the first 3 months you can fitness train like you were doing before with two exceptions; you should be doing 50 pelvic floor squeezes per day and you should not be doing any normal sit ups/ curl ups as you need to let your stomach muscles stretch

  • As your shape changes over the next 2 trimesters your programme will need to change to-to adapt to your changing centre of gravity and the different hormones that will kick in. For example you need to change the way you stretch out and the way you lie on the floor.

  • Click here to view Chrissie's Caesarean Recovery book.
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