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Fit4Baby® is a program designed to strengthen the body for all the changes it will experience during pregnancy. These classes exclusively focus on pregnant moms! (Other FIT4MOM® classes may include dads, nannies and other child caregivers.) Regular activity such as Fit4Baby® classes can help to reduce many maternal aches and pains, increase energy during pregnancy and may speed the labor, delivery and recovery process. According to the...more
Stroller Strides® is a stroller-based fitness program designed for moms with little ones. Each 60-minute, total body workout incorporates power walking, strength, toning, songs and activities. Certified fitness instructors offer a variety of fun class formats both indoors and outdoors. All locations also offer a free playgroup with Our Village so moms can form lasting friendships with other moms through organized playdates, moms' nights out,...more
Body Back® is a results-based workout designed for moms who want their body back, whether they just had a baby or their last child was born twenty years ago! Most importantly, it will help women unlock their personal possibilities in an inspiring and powerful environment. Body Back® clients experience targeted high-intensity workouts, inspiration and motivation in every class. When done in conjunction with founder Lisa Druxman's Mama Wants...more
One of my very favorite books of all time is The Way Of The Peaceful Warrior by Dan Millman. It's one of those books that is so powerful that it has the potential to have an impact on the rest of your life. I realized recently that The Way Of The Peaceful Warrior should also be The Way of a Peaceful Mother. A warrior does not give up what she loves. She finds love in what she does. I share with you now some of my favorite lessons from this book and how you can apply them to being a mom!
1. "The time is, was and always will be NOW". We spend so much of motherhood worrying about our...more
Many of us have been conditioned to think of exercise and total well being as something you either do or don’t do. “Did you get your workout in today”? “Did you drink all 8 glasses of water today”? “Did you eat well all day”? The best answer to all these questions is YES, of course. However, here is an easy directive to health…I’m going to make it simple for you: Drink and Move.
I am a very lucky woman to have a career that allows me to speak at fitness conferences across the country. One of the perks I get from presenting is meeting and learning from some amazing fitness professionals, as well. I attended a session at the IDEA Personal Training Institute in DC this year with Michol Dalcourt, from...more