FREE Pregnancy Workout Guide PDF

FREE Pregnancy Workout Guide PDF

Hey mama – I have put together a FREE pregnancy workout guide PDF with tips for your pregnancy exercise program. Our PregActive doctors and Obstetricians give it to their clients so I want to share it with you.

Sometimes you just want a quick overview of a topic and answers to your questions. This is why I created this PDF prenatal exercise guide. It’s is for all pregnant mamas who have questions about exercising during pregnancy.

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Free Pregnancy Workout Guide PDF

Stay Active Throughout Your Pregnancy

Staying physically active in your pregnancy can help to improve your mood and energy levels and prepare you for your birth marathon and have a quicker recovery postpartum.

Being both physically and mentally prepared for birth can help you to have an empowering birth experience.

Walking, swimming, prenatal yoga, prenatal Pilates, pelvic floor exercises and specific prenatal exercises are highly recommended to keep you strong, reduce aches and pains and improve your energy levels throughout your pregnancy.

Exercise Guide Includes:

  1. Pregnancy Specific Stretches
  2. Back + Core Strengthening Exercises and Pregnancy Stretches
  3. Leg + Glute Strengthening Exercises

*If you would like immediate access to over 200 exercises and workout videos then head over to my PregActive Online Studio at www.pregactive.com >

BIRTH PREP + RECOVERY

Staying physically active in your pregnancy can help to improve your mood and energy levels and prepare you for your birth marathon and have a quicker recovery postpartum.
Being both physically and mentally prepared for birth can help you to have an empowering birth experience.

PELVIC FLOOR + CORE

When performing pelvic floor exercises aim to do 10 repetitions x 3 sets.
Without contracting your glutes or inner thighs, try to gently squeeze and lift up through your pelvic floor muscles.

It’s equally important to relax the pelvic floor as it is to contract it to avoid an overactive pelvic floor.

Kerryn Boyle
Kerryn is a Prenatal Exercise Instructor. Kerryn’s areas of expertise includes providing women with safe at-home pregnancy workouts and postpartum workouts. From pregnancy yoga classes to week by week, it's all right here.

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