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Lindsay Brin, author of How to Exercise when Expecting and fitness expert for Fit Pregnancy and Mom & Baby magazines will guide you through safe and effective workouts designed specifically for each stage of pregnancy. As you progress in your pregnancy your endurance level will change, so your workouts need to match the challenge!

This 4-DVD workout Set includes 1st Trimester, 2nd Trimester, 3rd Trimester and PostNatal Boot Camp. Each Pregnancy DVD includes Cardio, Toning AND Prenatal Yoga. In each trimester-specific pregnancy DVD you will concentrate on different exercises designed specifically for your health and your baby's health. Then melt off the baby weight & find a flat stomach again with PostNatal Boot Camp. Start off with the 1st of 6 progressive core workouts (3 minutes each) to get your body back after having a baby and/or having diastasis recti, an abdominal separation common during and/or after pregnancy. This DVD gives you 3 and 10 minute workout options so you can mix n' match to fit your busy schedule! Comes with the 12-week Program to get that Pre-Pregnancy body back plus over 100 workout options so the muscle confusion sets in to create quick results!

*Comes with a Bonus eBook on Pregnancy, Postnatal & Breastfeeding Nutrition.

1st Trimester:

  • Cardio & Toning: 30 minutes
  • Prenatal Yoga: 25 minutes

    2nd Trimester:

  • Cardio & Toning: 35 minutes
  • Prenatal Yoga: 20 minutes

    3rd Trimester:

  • Cardio & Toning: 35 minutes
  • Prenatal Yoga: 25 minutes

    PostNatal Boot Camp:

  • Warm Up: 5 minutes
  • 6 Core Workouts: 3 minutes each
  • 10 Total Body Workouts: 10 minutes each
  • Cool Down: 5 minutes
  • 12 Week Program

    Equipment needed: 1 light set of weights, 1 heavy set of weights, optional mat.

    Lindsay Brin is also the creator of Moms Into Fitness. Visit MIF for a free Meal Plan!

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    Training by Trimester
    Your body works so hard during pregnancy that your blood volume and endurance increase, which in turn elevates your fitness level. Your body changes drastically as you progress in your pregnancy, explains Lindsay Brin, mother of a 5-month-old girl and creator of the trimester-specific DVD series. Plus, your body may stop reaping the benefits of exercise if you do the same workout again and again. To make the most of your workout in each trimester, it s important to focus on those muscles that are most taxed then, in addition to the ones you need to strengthen for the months ahead, says Brin. In the first trimester, that means focusing on your core, which includes your hips, back, pelvic floor and, most importantly, your deepest abdominal muscle, the transverse abdominis. Your pelvic floor and your transverse support your baby like a sling, so you want them to stay strong, Brin explains. --Fit Pregnancy Magazine

    The Core of the Matter Relieve post-pregnancy back pain with our 10-minute workout.... During pregnancy the added weight of your baby bump causes your body to shift forward. This change in posture, as well as a general weakening and stretching of your core muscles, can increase the arch in your back and tighten the muscles in your hips, leading to postpartum back pain. Strengthening your core will protect your back like a brace and assist in relieving back discomfort, says Brin. --Mom & Baby Magazine

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    Product Details

    • Actors: Moms Into Fitness Series
    • Directors: Lindsay Brin
    • Format: NTSC
    • Region: All Regions
    • Number of discs: 4
    • Rated: G (General Audience)
    • Studio: Moms Into Fitness
    • Run Time: 285 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B000YA4F2K
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,820 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

    Customer Reviews

    You actually get a good workout, its not too easy.
    Erin
    This video would be a great addition to your prenatal DVD library or your only program if that is what you choose.
    853contj
    Here's what I like about it: ~there is a cardio/toning, and a yoga workout.
    Lizi

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    58 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Rachel Evelyn on September 8, 2011
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    I'm going against the grain here, but I really HATE these workouts. I did the first trimester workout a few times, tried the yoga, and just tried the third trimester workout this evening. I find Lindsay really annoying and artificial and got tired of the word "buncakes" really quickly. The music is bad, the pregnant moms seem bored and lackluster, and even the workout clothes are ill-fitting and awful.

    What is worse though is that my body doesn't feel good when I'm doing the workouts, and I always feel achy (not good post-exercise sore) and bad after I'm done. I don't feel like I've worked particularly hard, but her directions are difficult to follow and some of her workout movements are awkward and have me twisting my knees and hips in strange positions. I stopped using the first trimester workout after I started having contractions after one of them (this probably isn't related, but still, negative associations). After getting a little over halfway through the third trimester workout today, I just had to turn it off. I'm not even sweating, am doing everything she's telling me to do, and now my back is throbbing, a first in this pregnancy. I find her directions counter-intuitive and often perplexing, the the filming doesn't show you what they are doing half of the time so it's hard to follow. Lindsay also keeps kind of a strange tempo that doesn't quite match the tempo of the awful music.

    I also tried the yoga once, had to quit that as well. It wasn't so much yoga as a series of stretches. I don't think Lindsay understands what good yoga is, and these sequences seemed like poorly-designed races.

    For a prenatal workout DVD, I highly recommend Summer Sander's Prenatal Workout.
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    19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By 853contj on March 29, 2012
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    I've been using the 1st Trimester DVD+Yoga (about 30 minutes each) together several times per week for about 3 weeks now. Since the first time I did the video, I immediately began to see results in my energy levels, toned appearance, flexibility, posture and overall feeling of well-being. I was already my ideal weight when I started the exercise program, and I am now 7 weeks pregnant. I feel refreshed and energized after the video and yet like I got a good workout in for the day (cardio & toning as well as flexibility) in a reasonable amount of time (during my 12 month old's nap!).

    The negative critique has been that Lindsay Brin uses the word "buncakes" to refer to the glutes. Yes, she does. But if you can get over that/overlook it (which personally if you're in the middle of a workout concentrating on your body movements should be easy to do!), she is fine. The question is, does the use of a local "slang" word negate all of Lindsay Brin's exercise fitness competency? No it doesn't. True, I had never heard of her before, this is not a high budget video and the other two girls in the video are probably her friends, but the bottom line is she...
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    27 of 34 people found the following review helpful By J. Starr Weems on March 20, 2008
    I loved this prenatal/postnatal set. Most prenatal workout videos (I have a lot of them) were too easy for me and I felt like I was not getting anything out of them, but these were safe AND challenging, which was refreshing. Having the workouts broken down by trimester was very helpful, and Lindsay was usually right on with what I was able to do at each point in the pregnancy. The yoga section left a little to be desired for me, so I usually just subbed my own yoga workout for the one on the DVD, but it is probably ok for someone who does not already do yoga regularly and isn't picky.
    The postnatal boot camp video is also WONDERFUL. There are tons of different options and workouts to choose from and they are challenging enough to actually help you get back into shape, unlike most other postnatal workouts that I have seen. Although the workouts are challenging, she provides modifications to make things easier for those who still need to work up to the advanced level. This is the best series that I have seen for pregnant women.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amy Farrar on November 27, 2013
    In the beginning of the DVD, Lindsay specifically states that she recommends doing the cardio and yoga on opposite days which to me indicates that there is a separate yoga section. This is definitely not the case. I spent several minutes going through each DVD just to make sure. The "yoga" section is simply a few poses at the end of each DVD that went by so quickly, I wasn't even sure that's what it was. While the cardio did elevate my heart rate, I was disappointed by the seemingly false advertising of the "yoga" section indicated here on Amazon and on the DVD's themselves.
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