PRENATAL FITNESS FIX
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Hook into two fun, vigorous and safe workouts guaranteed to keep you fit and firm throughout your pregnancy. -- Oxygen Magazine, February 2007
This is the one that will make you sweat and it's amusing and entertaining. -- Chicago Tribune, December 17, 2006
Top Customer Reviews
Anyway, the DVD has made a difference in my pregnancy, both physically and psychologically, and I wanted to recommend it.
I'm now using Erin's "Postnatal exercise" DVD and find it very informative for explaining to them that their body needs to go through rehab before we start the more intense exercises. They both feel they are in better shape after these births than they were with their older children.
I would strongly recommend these DVD's to any expectant mother that wants to keep exercising through their pregnancy.
Let me state that before I got pregnant, I was extremely physically fit and active. I exercise at a gym probably 5-6 times a week. I was able to run 4 miles a day and workout with weights. Once I got pregnant, I was able to keep up my physical activity, but once I hit 14-15 weeks pregnant, I could no longer run and I would get light headed when I was weight training, so I knew I needed to tone down the workouts. I walked outside from 16-21 weeks, but I started to get very severe round ligament pain in my abdomen as I got larger (this is my fourth pregnancy) and it would start up about 10 minutes into my walk, so walking was fast becoming a workout I could solely do for my exercise.
I searched and searched for pregnancy DVDs that would provide a workout challenge for me (so I could stay in shape), but didn't cause any pain or discomfort. Often, I would rent pregnancy workouts from mail/online DVD rental sites to test them out first. This DVD workout has become my new favorite type of exercise and so I bought the DVD since I do it several times a week. I don't get ANY round ligament pain (RL pain feels like severe cramps on the sides of your belly, but once you stop the physical activity, they go away). Erin's workout is challenging - in fact - I could not complete the whole DVD workout the first few times I did it - I could only finish 20 minutes of it or I would skip certain parts. Now, I can finish the whole thing and I don't get out of breath because she is really good at pacing and providing breaks - yet she keeps you up on your workout.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Waste of money. I found the instructor to be highly annoying. Video quality was poor. I worked out moderately 3-4 days per week before getting pregnant and I didn't even break a... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Andrea Brink
This video was my go to in my first pregnancy and still 5 years later it is my favorite.Published 26 days ago by Jessie Grinnan
Purchased for a friend who is early in her 2nd trimester, came highly recommended. Her review:
5 stars for the 40min solo workout; got the heart pumping, sweat going, and... Read more
I found reviews really helpful when selecting an exercise DVD while pregnant. Now that I'm 11 weeks post c-section I thought I would share my thoughts. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Z. Ball
I haven't been working out, it caused a lot of pain in my lower belly when I first went back to working out at about 21 weeks pregnant. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tmay2009
I am almost 15 weeks pregnant and definitely found this DVD to be challenging, BUT I'm glad its that way, the point of a workout is to sweat and to feel like you've actually worked... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
My least favorite prenatal DVD. I did it once and not likely to again. The workout is not bad but I found the camera angles annoying and she acts goofyPublished 4 months ago by Runningwalk
The content of this video is very outdated and I had a hard time getting through it without laughing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amy