Something all women who have had a baby have in common is the need to lose the weight they gained during their pregnancy and strengthen areas of their body affected by childbirth. Some women have a lot more weight to lose than others and some had a more difficult pregnancy to recover from but no matter what your situation, focusing on exercise and nutrition will help you lose weight postpartum.

How much weight did you gain during your pregnancy? It is often an uncomfortable question women get asked for many years after they had their baby. Approximately 18-20 pounds will be lost naturally over the first month after having a baby.*  Whether you gained 30 pounds, 50 pounds, or 70 pounds, you will need to need to work to lose those extra pounds that we all thought (or at least hoped) would just magically disappear once you had the baby! Set your goals on achieving your pre-pregnancy weight.

Your health, your mood, and your confidence are some reasons besides just caring about how you look to incorporate exercise to help shed those extra pounds. If you are overweight, losing weight can often help lower your blood pressure, lower your cholesterol, and prevent diabetes. These are just a few examples of the health benefits. Exercise relieves stress and offers a boost in your mood. Feeling strong, being able to move around easier and fit in your clothes can improve your self-confidence.

Your personal journey to getting back in shape may not be fast or easy but you can do it! It will take time and consistency. This program was created to give new Moms a way to incorporate exercise into their daily routines. The information is geared to teach you how to make exercising a part of your lifestyle. No matter what your fitness level or how much weight you have to lose, this program is for you.

Download the videos and begin your new fitness journey with your baby. Embrace that your life has changed and start incorporating your child into your exercise routine.

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