So it is vital you know the best exercises when planning for pregnancy. Too much exercise at a high intensity can negatively impact your fertility. Not getting enough of the right exercise can stop you from properly preparing your body for pregnancy.
Also, you are no longer just trying to get fit and attain a healthy weight; you are also now physically preparing your body to carry a baby. For this you need a strong core, pelvic floor and to target those muscles that you need to strengthen in order to prevent common pregnancy related injuries.
If you are planning to get pregnant, you should aim to give yourself the best chance of a healthy pregnancy and baby.
You're excited about getting pregnant and becoming a mama. You know you're body will go through some huge changes when pregnant. But for right now, your health and wellbeing matters as you focus your efforts on getting pregnant and physically preparing your body for pregnancy.
The whole thing can be equally exciting as it is scary. There's so much to do before you get pregnant - and looking after yourself should be at the top of the list! My online program provides you with a complete guide to getting pregnant and preparing for pregnancy.
When it comes to getting pregnant, there's so much information out there it can be hard to know what to do and what not to do - it's overwhelming, I get it.
Knowing where to start on your health and fitness journey can be tough as you prepare for pregnancy. Your goal is to start physically getting your body ready 'Now' so that you can enjoy a healthier and more empowering pregnancy and become an empowered mother.
You just want all this stuff to be easy to understand. That's why I've created PregActive with you in mind - to give you pregnancy-specific safe workouts to ensure you start your pregnancy in optimum health.
What you do today will influence your pregnancy experience and recovery after childbirth. There are so many factors to consider prior to becoming pregnant to give you the best chance of a healthy pregnancy and baby.
Your health and wellbeing before conception can affect your baby's health and development. Steps taken prior to conception to optimise your health can have significant long-lasting benefits to you and your baby. A healthy lifestyle is of prime importance.