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Fit4Baby® is a program designed to strengthen the body for all the changes it will experience during pregnancy.


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...

Stroller Strides is a fitness program for moms and babies.

Stroller Strides®

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,...

Body Back is for mamas who want their body back.

Body Back®

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...


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Maple Pulled Pork

Enjoy this easy and delicious maple pulled pork with flavorful spices enhanced by the subtle sweetness of maple. It’s the perfect dish for football season – either serve the dish to your guests straight from the slow cooker or pack it up for a game day tailgate. The whole team will love it! Ingredients and preparations are on our blog!

1 ½ teaspoons chili powder

1 teaspoon smoked paprika

1 ½ teaspoons salt

½ teaspoon ground cumin

½ teaspoon cayenne

1 boneless pork butt or shoulder roast, trimmed

1 onion, sliced thin

1 clove garlic, chopped

1/3 cup apple cider vinegar

1/3 cup pure maple syrup from Canada

¼ cup tomato paste

Barbecue Sauce

Rub meat with chili powder, paprika, cumin,...




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Experts at the Mayo Clinic have found that "moms are probably the most important influence on a daughter's body image," surpassing the impact of other significant influencers such as media and peers. Given the importance of mothers as body image role models, Dr. Leslie Sim, clinical director of Mayo Clinic's eating disorders program, recommends that they avoid talk about weight, diets, and outer appearances around their daughters. "Zero comments not only about your daughter's weight, obviously, but zero talk about your weight and even other people's weight," says Sim. Rather than focus on weight, parents can model healthy behaviors for their children such as eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly. It's also important to talk with young girls about natural changes in their bodies, especially as girls approach puberty and may experience normal weight gain during this development period. To read more in USA Today, visit http://usat.ly/19gggom For a great parenting book about fostering positive body image that addresses the issue of moms' grappling with their own body image issues, check out “You’d Be So Pretty If...: Teaching Our Daughters to Love Their Bodies -- Even When We Don’t Love Our Own” at http://www.amightygirl.com/you-d-be-so-pretty-if For more recommended books for parents on body image issues, visit our "Body Image & Self-Esteem" parenting section at http://www.amightygirl.com/parenting?cat=448 If you'd like to foster a healthy self-image in your Mighty Girl, you'll find dozens of empowering books for girls and young women in our "Body Image" section at http://www.amightygirl.com/books/personal-development/life-challenges?cat=378 And, if you have an older Mighty Girl, we reviewed books designed to help girls navigate issues related to puberty, including normal changes in weight and body shape, in our post on "Talking with Tweens and Teens about their Bodies" at http://www.amightygirl.com/blog/?p=2229 Photo credit: Photo: Olivia Corya, The Indianapolis Star


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