Pre- and postnatal Personal Training
Traditionally, pregnant women have been encouraged to reduce levels of physical exertion due to concerns that exercise could negatively affect pregnancy outcomes. However, more recent investigations suggest that these early recommendations were overly conservative.
Stronger moms have shorter labors, less chance of preterm labor, fewer complications and shorter hospital stays. That’s the reason why healthy pregnant women are recommended to get at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise every week either they have a regular exercise regimen or are beginning a new one during pregnancy.
Lyen has more than 10 years of experience designing and executing personal training programs for pre- and postnatal clients. Whether your objective is to stay in shape or to get your body back, she can help you. Read more…