For showing interest in my guide. With over 9 years of experience with pre- postnatal fitness, I understand how challenging self care can be while handling your little one.
Your body has gone through a lot over the past few months, to raise the beautiful little being you're holding onto right now. It is hence very important to remain patient and not lose hope while you're on this journey of becoming your fittest, strongest, healthiest self.
Making regular training and healthy eating a lifestyle comes with a lot of physical and mental benefits, and being able to fit into your old jeans is just a bonus!
*These workouts are developed from experience and education
WHO IS THIS GUIDE FOR?
1. New mums
Those who have just delivered, and are struggling to find time for themselves
2. Busy mums
Those who are busy with work and have absolutely no time to spare for the gym
3. Healing Diastasis Recti
Those who have just recovered/ are recovering from Diastasis Recti
WHAT DOES IT INCLUDE?
1. 4 Week guide (16 Workouts)
Workouts for 4 days a week (total of 16 different scalable workouts) along with detailed videos describing each exercise with names
2. Quality exercise programs
Each day includes strength as well as
3. A nutritional assessment & diet advice
A CUSTOMISED nutrition plan based
on food preferences, allergies, weight
and/or fitness goals
4. Exercise videos, text description, voiceovers, faqs
Every piece of information you need, to understand the guide, get straight to work, and see results
1. Training gear
Well supported sports bra
Shoes for floor exercises/gym
Watch for Timer
Resistance band with handles
Keep sipping on water/coconut water throughout the workout.
THE GOAL IS TO GAIN. GAIN CONFIDENCE, STRENGTH, EMPOWERMENT, PURPOSE. THE POUNDS YOU LOSE IN THE PROCESS IS JUST A BONUS.
45 - 60 Minutes a day is all you need!
This program is designed for new mums of all fitness levels. With each week of gradually progressing movements, the 4-week guide is meant to make you get stronger, fitter and faster irrespective of your exercise history. There's something for everyone to take from this guide.
Those with no training background whatsoever, are advised to do the movements slowly or with a reduced range, understanding the technique first, and gradually increasing the range or intensity of the exercise. Those with a training background may add weights to the exercises or increase the reps, to make it more challenging. So there's ample scope for all of you to break into a sweat and get a good workout in!
Once you're done with the 4 weeks, you can always repeat the entire program, with added weights or reps to improve your strength and cardiovascular endurance, and drop some more fat percentage.
Before starting my guide,make sure to consult your GP/Physiotherapist/Obstetrician to determine if such movements are right for you.
Do not start the exercise program if your physician advises you not to. Your use of the guide is at your sole discretion and risk.