We need a strong lower body because our lower body is in charge of the MAJORITY of labor and delivery!
Equipment: short band, stability ball, set of dumbbells, heavier weight (optional)
- 10 (each leg) donkey kicks
- 10 (each leg) fire hydrants
- 20 (forward & backward) monster walk
4x15: hip thrusts
SS 3x: (complete both moves on R leg, then repeat on L)
- 12 reverse lunges
- 10 single leg squat
- 15 kneeling hip thrusts
- 10 (each leg) SLRDLs
- 15-20 straight leg bridges (either on incline or stability ball)
Whether you realize it or not, Mama, you're about to be doing bicep curls on the regular :) Every time you pick up that sweet babe, you're essentially curling! We also need a strong back to help support us during pregnancy, labor, and postpartum. These exercises are chosen to help us train for al...
Balance--because our changing body is continuing to shift and move and we want to make sure we keep up with it! So these exercises focus on unilateral work (which y'all know means: CORE!), body awareness (noticing imbalances, where there are changes, what is starting to get difficult), and engagi...