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

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FIT4BABY®

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;...

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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...

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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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Anyone else adding these gems to their weekend meals?! SO FESTIVE. SO CUTE. And #BodyBack approved 🎃👻💗 Photo via @greengiant

No measure of a mother’s love 💚 . . Repost @coco_moon_hawaii 👶 @lnsmith808 🖋 @hawaiicalligraphy 📷@maegansuzukiphotography

Genuinely curious how we used to pregame at 10pm to “go out,” when now that’s past our bedtime 🛌 Now we just want to go to Target and 💩 in peace ☮️ #motherhood #FIT4MOM

October 15th is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Read our heartfelt letter to you on the blog (blog.FIT4MOM.com | link in bio). These words are powerful below via @latchedla 👇🏼 . . . . “As mothers, we often feel incredibly connected to our babies from early pregnancy. It can be life shattering to lose a child, whether that child was born & lived a short while or only lived in your womb. It’s a struggle that many women suffer silently. If you are one of those women I’m sending you a so much love & want you to know that you aren’t alone. To help break the silence, I am sharing a little bit about my son, River. (Trigger warning: he passed away in utero & the story gives details about his passing. If this feels like it will be too much for you to read, you might want to stop here.) On March 12, 2016 I was 14 weeks pregnant with my third child. I had been bleeding lightly on & off for a few weeks, but had heard many stories about women who bled through pregnancy & went on to have healthy babies. I was hoping this was the case with my baby, too. That morning was different though. The bleeding was intensifying & I was starting to feel uterine cramps. By mid morning, I knew I was going to have a miscarriage. I spent the day crying in bed. I started having contractions late that night & labored till the early morning. I was surprised by the intensity of it all. I gave birth to River in my home with my husband by my side on the morning of March 13th. That day & the months that followed were by far my hardest. I had never felt grief so deep before. I wondered how life would go on without him, but somehow it did. As the weeks & months passed, it got easier. I was far along enough that most people around me knew I was pregnant, so I then had to tell them all that my son had passed away. I was surprised by the amount of women who said they also had a miscarriage. Or two. Or three. It breaks my heart to think of all the women who lose a baby & then mourn silently. If you you have lost a baby, you are welcome to share about him or her below. Sometimes it feels good to talk about our loved ones. “ Art by @shelley_illustration