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The Pregnant Strong Mom Lab is a program designed to help you move better through your pregnancy and keep your athletic movements as much as possible. Just because you are growing a family doesn't mean you still can't pursue your athletic goals and dreams.  Lay the foundation of your movements now to set yourself up for a stronger and healthier postpartum.

 

This program is designed for your third trimester and takes into account leading up to labor.

 

Includes:

  • An 12 week Exercise Prescription geared to help you functionally move better with the best exercises for each muscle group 

  • A list of Alternative Exercises to fit your body's needs without skipping out on getting stronger

  • A full series of How To Videos for each of the exercises in the program

  • A series of exercises you can add onto your workout if you choose to strengthen a specific group more

 

- Exercises are backed by research findings and have a periodized programming approach to keep you stronger through the later part of your pregnancy.

Strong Mom Lab - Pregnant Edition (Third Trimester)

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