It's critical that you set your pregnancy up for success by working on breathing patterns that will help you carry your baby the most comfortably and increase your odds for a drama-free delivery. These simple techniques can make a world of difference. Learning pressure management is also crucial and will pay dividends on your due date to ensure the smoothest day possible.
The healthy breathing and lifting patterns that you will learn during pregnancy will be very similar to what you'll need to know postpartum, too!
As you progress your way through pregnancy, of course you may need to cut down on your intensity of exercise. However, by using a pregnancy workout trainer you'll be confident that you are walking the line between doing too much and not doing enough. You won't have to second-guess yourself anymore. Your pregnancy workout trainer will also know what various symptoms you may experience mean, and when medical care is warrented. All of this will give you so much peace of mind!
Having a pregnancy workout trainer will also help you stay motivated. Let's face it - as pregnancy progresses, working out isn't always the most appealing! However, by having your pregnancy workout trainer checking in, you will be able to stay motivated and on track.
A pregnancy workout trainer can help with specialized workouts as well if you do develop pain during your pregnancy - something that is unfortunately super common. But we know a lot of tips and tricks that will help alleviate your suffering for things like sore SI joints and SPD pain.
Even if you have been pregnant before, it's important to realize that each pregancy can be very, very different. Oftentimes women struggle more by their second or third pregnancy. This is super normal! However, again by having an expert on your side helping you out, you will be able to minimize pain and suffering you otherwise might have had to endure. Just having a pregnancy workout trainer to bounce symptoms off of who has more time than the 5 or 10 minutes you may get with a doctor really goes a long way. We also know when to refer out when the situation might warrent medical attention.
While many women think of problems with a continued diastasis or prolapse as being postpartum issues, the groundwork can be set for these issues during pregnancy. I'm telling you - you will be so smart to get a jump on learning how to support yourbody during this sensitive time. I wish I knew about proper core control and pressure management before I developed some of the issues I did, including getting an abominal hernia - and I would love to help you learn from my mistakes in a much less painful way!
I'm also a Certified Nutritionist, so if you like we can include discussion of your prenatal nutrition needs to help support your workout plan and your pregnancy. Tackling this from all angles is for sure the fastest way to get to the desired outcome!