It's time to get Strong & Running in your mom-bod
It's time to finally start feeling confident in your body no matter whether you have just delivered, are 6 months or 6 years postpartum. You deserve to feel happy and confident in your mom-bod.
Raise your hand if...
Pee your pants whenever you laugh, cough, sneeze let alone run around or pick up your kids
You're scared of going too fast and getting injured or hurting your pelvic floor worse but you also don't want to wait around forever to get back into it
you feel like something might be falling out in your vag and have been told that you can't be an athlete/runner with your prolapse
Or you tried your pre-pregnancy workout and you have found that it is way harder to move in your mom-bod and you are now dealing with symptoms
The thing is, if you’re feeling all of the above, the problem isn’t that you are broken or that you should just accept it as part of motherhood
What is really happening is pressure management and not choosing the right exercises at the right time
But it doesn’t have to be this way!
Imagine if you could not think twice about peeing your pants while jumping, coughing, running, or sneezing or feeling like your vag is falling out while you lift
What if you could finally feel confident in your body
Imagine what it would feel like to feel strong in your postpartum body
Say goodbye to pelvic pain, leaking, and prolapse while you get stronger and return to running
In January 2024 I am taking a cohort through the
Postpartum Athlete Lab
In this program you will have...
Strategic Pelvic floor exercises with modifications and progressions, so that you can heal your body from pregnancy (no matter how long ago you delivered), calm your nervous system down and start the true healing process
Educational Videos and topics released to you along with check ins to see how you are progressing, what questions you want answered, and how to maximize your return to strength faster!
12 week program with Progressive exercises and workouts to build the intensity so you can return to athletics while decreasing your risk of pelvic floor symptoms or injuries
Did Someone Say Bonuses???
Not only do you get access to all the video links for pelvic floor exercises to heal your body, calm your nervous system, and start building strength but you ALSO GET...
>>>> My Goal Setting worksheet to teach you how to set reasonable and actually achievable goals.
>>>> The “Maintain Wellness” with these worksheets on how to do all the things motherhood requires and not burnout or let your health tank
>>>> The Postpartum (Foundations) Lab course as a preset to build the foundations to healing your pelvic floor and core (great to start immediately post delivery) - You will get this immediate upon purchase so you can start working on your pelvic floor and core before we start the cohort in January 2024
Learn my method on how to be flexible with your workouts so you can still kick butt on your goals, get stronger, and not worry at all for taking a rest day
Now, you might be thinking “How is Postpartum Athlete Lab different?”
I understand what it means to literally squeeze in a workout, hence chasing these two spicy babies around.
So I made the program to be done in as little of time to get you the biggest results possible!
Not only that but I healed my pelvic floor after having my first baby, ended up needing surgery and having to start the process all over again. Once doing that, I found out I was pregnant again! So I have had a bit of intensive experience to really fine tune this process.
So, are you ready to feel confident and strong in your postpartum athlete body? It’s time to build your strength from the pelvic floor and core outward!
Hi I'm Dani Jones, your Pre/Postnatal Strength Coach
I’ve always wanted to be an OBGyn but with the demanding hours and work life I knew that meant I couldn’t have the family life I’d always dreamt of. I then pursued a Bachelors and Masters degree in Exercise Physiology/Strength and Conditioning, and carried on to teach anatomy in my career. COVID hit and then I got pregnant! My first thought… what can I do when it comes to exercise while growing this babe???
So of course, down the rabbit hole I went. From research to certifications, more research and practical application I basically submerged myself in the absolute best marriage of what I wanted to be when I grew up (OBGyn) and the field I fell absolutely in love with (exercise science).
I couldn’t imagine a better job to have, I get to help pregnant and postpartum mothers feel confident in their body by getting stronger with exercises that will set them up for the greatest success.
It’s not just about throwing a bunch of random exercises together. There’s a beautiful science behind it. One that I find absolutely thrilling.
This is for you if...
Is This You?
You want to start running but are afraid of getting injured or making your pelvic floor symptoms worse
Frustrated with the constant leaks and having to change your underwear or pants and you haven't even started running
Wish This Wasn't True?
You are depressed about not being able to enjoy life with your kids like picking them up, chasing them around or jumping on a trampoline,
Are you nodding your head yes?
You wish to have more of an identity than just a mom... you want to hold that athletic space again
Unfortunately, this is the case?
You want to return to athletics but not with leaking and having to worry about only wearing black bottoms so no one can see the pee markings
Is This How you are feeling
You want to finally feel like you again! Confident, strong, able to do all things you put your mind to
By the end of this program you will:
have begun to heal your pelvic floor and core
strengthen weak muscles caused by pregnancy and delivery
Reduce your risk of prolapse, peeing your pants, and pelvic floor pain
Correct muscular imbalances and condition your body to be ready for sport specific movements
Prime your muscles and tendons with a solid foundation to return to high impact like running or lifting
The Postpartum Athlete course - which goes LIVE in January 2024 - hasn't been created yet, but I will be taking the next 6 weeks to create the course with insight... hopefully from YOU.
I am opening up 10 spots to enroll in my future ($249) course at a 50% discount in exchange for less than five minutes of your time once per week over the next 6 weeks.
I'll send you a short and sweet email each week with roughly 5 questions. All you have to do is vote for your favorite idea (I'll send you two options to choose from) or answer a simple question.
And in January 2024 after I've opened up enrollment to the public at full price, you'll receive the finalized course (and any bonuses I offer during my launch)!
So are you in?
What equipment do I need?
Pillows and towels can work for foam blocks or exercise balls if you don’t have them
Resistance bands (long and looped)
Kettlebells or dumbbells (for reference I have a 30lb dumbbell, 20 and 10lb kettlebell)
I had my baby(ies) years ago, can I still do the program?
Yes! The beauty of pelvic floor work is that there is no time limit on it. You could of had your babies 10 years ago and this program still is meant for
How soon can I get back to running?
Once completing the program you will have the strength and the conditioning ready for a base training program for running.
What if the reason you are feeling so disconnected with your body is because you’re just writing off that this is what motherhood is “supposed” to feel like?
How much time have you put off returning to your sport, because you were scared of leaking or your vag falling out?
The truth is, if you want to feel confident in your body, you need to heal your core and pelvic floor
You need the strengthening, the relaxation techniques, you need progressive overload programming to help your muscles grow under load and tension (this is key for return to running)
You need to have a program designed not just by another mom who has been through it, but one that is backed by education, research, as well as experience.
It’s hard navigating the countless trainers' advice and noise out there saying what is and what isn’t safe for your body.
Take it from someone who teaches anatomy, has multiple degrees in exercise science and strength & conditioning, as well as specializing in pregnancy and postpartum populations.
There are ways to get back to feeling stronger and more confident in what your body can do.
And if you need a helping hand to get strong again, then Postpartum Athlete Lab is for you