As we want you to feel confident in the safety of your unborn baby while exercising, we’ve designed workouts specific to 3rd trimester. If pregnancy hasn’t taught your already, overall, your body is incredibly smart! As it grows a tiny human being, it adjusts your blood pressure, expands your rib cage, and increases your blood volume, among many other amazing things…all without you telling it to do so. So, listen to your body! It will tell you what’s too much and when you should take it easy.
Within these intermediate - advanced level workouts you will feel confident in the safety of your unborn baby while exercising. These workouts fit your fitness level if you've been exercising consistently, both prior to becoming pregnant and during pregnancy.
LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE - ADVANCED
LENGTH: 3 MONTHS
PREREQUISITE: Download and read our Pregnancy Exercise Guidelines. You will find this right next to your workouts!
If pregnancy hasn’t taught your already, overall, your body is incredibly smart! Listen to it. Follow one of two levels. You will target the arms and core in this workout, focusing on functional core movement patterns.
This is an advanced workout from our Stronger series. Work all muscle groups with this classic barre routine. Equipment needed: light and medium weights. *Our pregnancy approved workouts were not created for pregnancy, but they are approved to keep you in safe positions and practices during pregn...
Incorporating new, unique exercises that take you outside the usual sagittal plane of motion that happens in walking, running, lunging. Fire up muscles like the glute med (think side glutes), glute min and the transverse abdominis. Combined with planks, push-ups and dips for a well rounded worko...
If pregnancy hasn’t taught your already, overall, your body is incredibly smart! Listen to it. Follow one of two levels. In this workout you will strengthen your core and stretch out tight, shortened muscles. The core work in this video is modified for diastasis recti (ab separation). No equipmen...
Use these foundation exercises to strengthen all of the muscles around the core. You will find a specific focus on the deep inner core muscles and pelvic floor. These exercises are safe for diastasis recti (ab separation).