I have a question for you, mama…Are you doing any first trimester exercises?
I know, I know…You just started your pregnancy journey and are trying to navigate it all (and that includes the morning sickness!).
But you have to start making your movement a priority!
>>Our goal is to make sure you stay confident, strong and feeling your best during pregnancy all while preparing your body for birth and recovery postpartum.<<
Now we know that birth and postpartum recovery seem like lightyears away, but the best thing you can do for you and baby is to start working on your pelvic floor connection.
These first trimester exercises will:
- Give you more energy for your day
- Strengthen your pelvic floor and deep core
- Get you moving to stay healthy during your pregnancy
and so much more!
Our unique training techniques are really gentle, super safe and obviously effective for toning, aligning and strengthening your body through your first 13-14 weeks of pregnancy!
Are you ready for these first trimester exercises? If so, grab your mat and follow along with the movements shared below!
And if you’re ALSO ready to commit to creating a movement practice during your pregnancy…we want you to join us in our Knocked-Up Fitness and Wellness prenatal membership! This monthly subscription includes safe pregnancy workouts, daily workout schedules and access to your prenatal coaches to ensure you’re supported every step of the way. Join >>HERE<< and Coach Annie will see you in your onboarding call!
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Our favorite 1️⃣st trimester movements! 💪🏽 These are super safe + effective at toning, aligning, and strengthening thru your first 13/14 weeks of pregnancy, Mama! 🤰 Give them a try and let us know what you think – they might be your favorites too! Want more? FREE PRENATAL WORKOUT in the bio! Lets start this week moving✨
The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regimen or purchasing any product(s).