Welcome to FIT4MOM

FIT4MOM is the nation’s leading prenatal and postnatal fitness program, providing fitness classes and a network of moms to support every stage of motherhood. From pregnancy, through postpartum and beyond, our fitness and wellness programs help make moms strong in body, mind, and spirit.

Our Programs



FIT4BABY® is designed specifically for moms-to-be. All exercises are carefully selected to prepare your body for the many changes you will experience during pregnancy. You can begin FIT4BABY at any point during pregnancy as the workouts are scientifically- based, purposeful and designed to accommodate your changing body. The 60-minute workout includes cardio, strength, balance, and flexibility training and ends with a relaxing meditation;...


Stroller Strides®

Stroller Strides® is a functional, total-body conditioning workout designed for moms with kids in tow. Each 60-minute workout is comprised of strength training, cardio and core restoration, all while entertaining little ones with songs, activities and fun! Each Stroller Strides instructor is skilled to meet you where you are mentally and physically. You’ll leave class feeling connected, successful and energized! No more mama guilt! This...


Body Back®

Body Back® Transformation is an 8-week result based journey. You will focus on your mind and body improving your overall health and well being. The experience includes two 60-minute high-intensity interval workouts (HIIT) per week designed to challenge, empower, and recharge you. Additionally, pre and post fitness assessments are completed allowing you to see your progress and celebrate your accomplishments. Nutrition guidance is provided to...


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CHILDBIRTH 👏🏼 IS 👏🏼 CHILDBIRTH ・・・ “The morning my boys were born is admittedly a blur (I will be sharing my birth story with you all soon)... I was, and am, so proud of my body and feel so blessed...early on, my doctor told me they only deliver multiples via c-section and I was completely at peace with that. I always wanted what was the healthiest option for my babies and for myself. What has surprised me are the reactions I have gotten to this day about having a c-section. During my pregnancy, and to date, I have been asked countless times if I was disappointed to have to have had a c-section to deliver my boys. My answer is, and will always be “absolutely not!,” although I am continually puzzled by this question. First and foremost the health of both the mother and babies is always number one. Second I think having a c-section is just as beautiful as any other delivery. It does not make anyone less of a mother or less of a parent. It did not cause less of a bond with my boys and I certainly do not feel like I missed out on any experience by birthing my children via c-section. All I cared about was if they were ok and once I heard them cry it was such a relief. I think all too often women have to explain far too much when it comes to the birth of their children. Each of our journeys to motherhood are unique, beautiful and quite a story to be told, just as our birth stories are. Regardless of how we deliver we are warriors and our bodies are incredible. We should never feel disappointed, or any less of a woman or mother, because we are having, or have had, a c-section. Our scars tell a story of a hero, a unique, powerful and capable woman, and remind us every day of our strength. Now what is more moving than that?” — @michelelovetri

You know the days where your baby wakes you up at 4 and you can’t fall back asleep? The days where you’re home on maternity leave and find yourself talking to the fridge or the wall by week 6? The week that feels never ending, or the hours you’re counting down until your hubs/partner comes home so you can call a girlfriend and get sleep regression advice? We know those days, because we’re deep in the motherhood trenches, too, Mama. #StrollerStrides gets you out of the house, with no judgment of meltdowns, spit-up, blow-outs, feeding breaks, snuggle breaks, etc. (Yes, really...do all of that in class with no stares or eye rolls - we got you!) On top of getting a girl gang and a #motherhoodsisterhood, you get a workout, fresh air, endorphins, and a BREAK. You get time for you, without the sacrifice of having to call in childcare to do so. And if you do want a break from your little one(s)? We have programs for that, too. Come join us in class and get so much more than just a workout — gain a community of other moms who have your back 💗 Find a #FIT4MOM class near you at FIT4MOM.COM/locations . . . Photo via @fit4mom_fayetteville ・・・ #strengthinmotherhood #fit4momfayetteville

“Yes, I do I have a valley of lines mapped across my belly, mountains of stretched skin left over my mid section, lightning bolts on my sides and back, all signs that I carried life inside of me.... five times! I also have a cesarean scar reminding me that my belly was cut open twice! My body is amazing. My body is beautiful. My body is powerful. My body is strong. My body is capable. My body made me a mother. My body grew a human inside. Not everybody has that privilege. ...I am here to remind myself and all of you that to our children we are perfect. They see behind the stretched out skin, marks, and lines. They see us for who we truly are. They know our hearts and love us unconditionally. And that is all that matters. 💗” Repost @she_plusfive #thisismotherhood #motherhood #FIT4MOM #strengthinmotherhood #themotherhoodisreal #sheplusfive #storiesofmotherhood #postpartumbodies #postpartum #rawmotherhood

FIT THROUGH THE FURLOUGH 🙌🏽💪🏾 . . As the #governmentshutdown now reaches 28 days, the current #furlough leaves hundreds of thousands without pay. But, one #FIT4MOM franchisee, Shannon Link, is doing something about the struggles affecting her local community...read more | link in bio . . . https://blog.fit4mom.com/fit-through-the-furlough

When a woman becomes a mother, we often forget who she was before motherhood. Isn't it funny how tummy-time and breastfeeding or baby babbles and bottle warmings suddenly "define" who we are as a human postpartum? That's why we're vowing to share real mamas within our communities, both inside and outside of mamahood. Today, we want you to meet Martina, who is part of our FIT4MOM Greater Denver village, but is also mama to 3 beautiful babies, wonderful wife to Dave and also started her own business recently to help other mamas with potty training. . Martina can help mamas thru the tough stages of potty training and support for this tough time for us mamas. We are so thankful Martina is part of our #FIT4MOM family, and she is a shining example of one powerful boss babe! Link below to check out her consulting page and get help because we know this is a tough time and we got you ❤️ . https://www.facebook.com/groups/529424984235907/ . . Repost @fit4momgreaterdenver #bossmom #FIT4MOM #motherhood #rawmotherhood #momboss #thisismotherhood #fit4momgreaterdenver #strengthinmotherhood #badassmom #community #findyourtribe #lovethemhard @fit_4_mom

#10yearchallenge, mama addition 🤣😭🤣 saggy boobs aside, it’s amazing what our bodies can do. . . . Art via @violetacorderosa Repost @plumandsparrow #themotherhoodisreal #FIT4MOM #strengthinmotherhood

Let’s check in...don’t get sucked into the new mama foggy black hole without remembering to come up for air (and socialization and basic self-care). What are you struggling with getting done as a new mom? We remember how hard it was to even shower (and shave and wash and dry our hair!) Don’t forget to ask for HELP. Don’t be ashamed if you’re feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or think your baby blues may be something more.....new motherhood is emotionally and physically exhausting and you have to lean on others for support and TLC. We see the way you mom and we adore you. Don’t forget you need to take care of MOM as much as you take care of baby — your metal health and little one’s well-being depend on it 💕