Pre- and Postnatal Training

Pre- and Postnatal Training

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.* That is true for women that already have a regular exercise regimen as well as for those who are beginning a new one during pregnancy.

Lyen Wong 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.

Maintaining a physically active lifestyle is a great way for women to support a healthy pregnancy and for them to return to a normal healthy lifestyle after delivery.

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Some of the happy and fit moms at PPP:

Aleesha K.

Emily B.

Nika F.

Lindsay S.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* In the absence of and contraindications, pregnant women are encouraged to participate in regular, moderate-intensity physical activity, but they should not exercise if any of the following health conditions are present: risk factors for pre-term labor, vaginal bleeding or premature rupture of membranes.