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Pre-natal Personal Training – Why you should consider it

Pre Natal Training
Being pregnant doesn’t have to mean you stop exercising! In fact, training during pregnancy provides many benefits for both the expectant mother and growing baby. Keep yourself and your baby fit, strong and healthy during your pregnancy. Better prepare your body for labour and birth. Help speed up your post-partum recovery. Of course, with so many changes occurring inside and outside of the body, it is important to work with a pre & post-natal exercise specialist who will adapt your sessions to safely support each step of your pregnancy.

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Personal training with a pre-natal specialist ensures you are in caring and capable hands.

Some of the many benefits of antenatal training are: Improving the mother’s physical and mental health by reducing stress, improving sleep quality, reducing the risk of gestational diabetes and hypertension, and boosting overall energy levels. Exercise also helps to prepare the body for labour and delivery by strengthening the muscles needed for childbirth.

Furthermore, studies show that babies of active mothers are more likely to have a healthier birth weight, lower fat mass, and improved cognitive function compared to babies born to inactive mothers. It is for these reasons and more that antenatal training helps make for your best possible pregnancy, and start for your little one.

However, it is important to know that exercising during pregnancy should be done safely and with proper guidance. This is where a pre-natal exercise professional comes in. Trained to help pregnant women exercise safely and effectively, while considering the unique needs and changes of pregnancy, they can help modify exercises to accommodate a growing belly, prevent injury, and provide support and motivation throughout the process. By working with a pre-natal exercise professional, you can safely enjoy the many benefits of exercise for both yourself and your developing baby.

If you are planning on exercising during or after your pregnancy, it is important to be aware of what is going on inside your body and how your training should be adapted accordingly. Some changes might be obvious, however, there are many less obvious adaptations that you may not be aware of. It is important that you understand and respect the changes your body is going through. Working with a pre and post-natal specialist personal trainer ensures your pre/post-natal training is safe and suitable as well as effective!


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