Congratulations on your pregnancy! I bet this is an exciting and maybe somewhat scary time for you. My name is Sara Dean. I’m a mom-to-be, currently 32 weeks pregnant with my first baby. I’m also a fitness professional who has worked with moms since 2003. I love working with moms to help them stay fit and strong throughout pregnancy.
My journey to pregnancy was long – a 2 year struggle with infertility. So when my husband and I found out we were pregnant we were super excited. And having worked so hard to get pregnant, I felt very cautious about exercise. I didn’t want to do anything to jeopardize this pregnancy. You probably felt the same way when you found out your were pregnant. Knowing your harboring this teeny, tiny being is no small responsibility.
Seeing the pitter-patter of this heart beat on a screen, I found myself facing a dilemma – how could I stay in great shape during my pregnancy without putting myself or my baby at risk? Of course, I had worked with many, many moms who were able to do this, but when it came to my own body, I have to be honest, it was a little scary.
Here I am at 32 weeks pregnant. I have been able to workout 5-6 days a week this entire pregnancy. I have felt really strong in my workouts. In my first trimester my workouts really curbed my nauseousness. In my second trimester, my workouts gave me a ton of energy. Now, in my third trimester, my workouts are making me feel really strong and well prepared for childbirth.
At 32 weeks along, I have gained 23 pounds. This is right in the healthy range for my weight prior to pregnancy. Healthy weight gain in pregnancy is determined by a number of things – like your pre-pregnancy weight and your risk factors for gestational diabetes.
My clients who workout with me during pregnancy gain about 25-40 pounds during pregnancy – the sweet spot for healthy pregnancy weight gain. The really awesome part is that they lose that weight so quickly after having their babies – as much as 23 pounds in the first week after giving birth. Many of them find themselves SMALLER than pre-pregnancy within just a few months of giving birth. This is primarily from keeping up with consistent workouts during pregnancy.
“I did Sara’s prenatal workouts throughout my entire pregnancy and shortly after the birth of my baby, I actually ended up skinnier than my pre-pregnancy weight. The weight just literally fell off. Sara is a great motivator and I am a horrible self motivator. She is educated in what I should/could do, so I didn’t even have to think about what exercises were appropriate. The results I saw from working with Sara actually motivated me to do some weekly walks on my own. I couldn’t have imagined Sara not being a part of that amazing time in my life.”
“A big bonus to Sara’s prenatal workouts was I managed to end up with a smaller butt than I had before I was pregnant! That and I feel like weight re-distributed differently. Simply put, left to my own devices, I would have worked out relatively little. It was a gift to have Sara tell me what exercises to do, and to just zone out and enjoy the exercise. There’s something about having someone plan the workouts for you. I’d recommend Sara’s services to other moms (or soon to be moms) because she’s inspiring and fun. For me, it was like hanging out with a friend with the added bonus of some exercise! I hardly realized how hard I was working until the workout was over. I also loved the fact that Sara had everything planned and ready to go, so all I had to do was follow directions.”
I used Sara’s program during my third pregnancy. The results were amazing! And it was obvious to my family (who were very proud of my for getting up before them all and working out) and friends. I noticed less weight gain and more a more toned body. My labor was a breeze (as far as labors go!) Now I look forward to the beginning her other programs.
“When I found out I was pregnant with our 4th child one of the first things I did was to find a personal trainer. Luckily I came across Sara. It was seriously one of the best moves I have ever made. There were many days where I would be tired and not want to go to my work out, but I always felt so much better after. I am not exaggerating when I say that this fourth pregnancy and birth was the best one ever. I only wish that I had Sara for my other pregnancies because it is unbelievable to me the difference that I felt both pregnant and postpartum. I cannot count the number of people who have commented on how I look having just had a baby- I really feel quite sheepish about it because it seemed all to easy!”
“I had two babies in 13 months. I was in a panic about what this would do to my body and how I would ever have the energy to keep up with infant #1 while pregnant with baby #2. I did Sara’s workouts throughout my entire second pregnancy and was able to maintain my energy, keep up with my infant AND work full time. After baby #2 I lost my pregnancy weight so much more quickly – 23 pounds in the first week! This was nothing like my first pregnancy, in which I didn’t workout at all and really struggled to lose the baby weight. I’m so glad that I committed to Sara’s workouts with baby #2. It made all the difference in my pregnancy and my post-pregnancy weight loss.”
These are all really great questions – and really important questions. If you don’t know the answer to these questions, you are likely to NOT exercise and NOT take great care of yourself. And you will likely NOT have a great pregnancy.
Exercising during pregnancy is important for many reasons – for your health and for your baby’s health. It’s not just about vanity. Although, my moms are all really excited to drop baby weight fast after their deliveries. Exercising during pregnancy keeps you healthy and strong, which keeps you well prepared for childbirth.
I know we think about the vanity aspects of working out, but prenatal exercise actually gives your baby a more healthy start in life and sets them up to live longer and healthier. To me, that outweighs having a rockin’ bod. The rockin’ prego bod is just a side benefit to all the great things a healthy and fit pregnancy can do for you and your baby.
After working with so many moms and then putting together my own prenatal workout and nutrition program, I decided to launch an entire program devoted just to you and your baby, Baby Bumpin’.
Here is what you get with your program:
This program gives you all the tools I give my local clients during pregnancy: workouts, nutrition information, safety information, and motivation to exercise on those days when you just don’t think you have the energy. These are all tools I have used myself over the last 32 weeks, too.
Here’s what you get with Baby Bumpin’:
2 workouts you can do safely as soon as you find out your pregnant. These workouts will give you a strong foundation for you to kick off your pregnancy. As you build and maintain strength in your first trimester, you will put yourself in a better position to feel strong and capable later in pregnancy.
Trimester 2 Workouts (Value = $49):
2 workouts that will help you maintain strength as you start to become more limited with your growing belly. We give you exercises that are safe and effective to keep you strong in your second trimester, in order to enhance your strength as your belly and body prepare for you third trimester. In these workouts, we offer modifications for core exercises that allow you to keep your core strong throughout your entire pregnancy.
Trimester 3 Workouts (Value = $49):
2 workouts that will help you maintain your strength from your first two trimesters and develop some flexibility in your hips and back as you prepare for childbirth. We keep you moving so your body stays primed for daily activities. These workouts will help you stay mobile and strong as your body grows in this final phase.
This manual tells you everything you need to know about keeping exercise safe and effective during pregnancy. I don’t want you wasting your time with workouts. I want you to be able to maximize your time with each workout, even if it’s just a 10 minute session. It is also imperative that you workout safely as you progress through pregnancy. This guide will help you do that. Find out the biggest myths and truths about prenatal exercise, based on the most current research. Find out what you can keep doing and what you should STOP doing (especially when it comes to core training!) We also give you our 15 Top Tips for Your Fittest Pregnancy.
This manual walks your through tons of benefits of prenatal exercise for you and your baby. Prenatal exercise should be like your prenatal vitamin, something you do almost everyday to take care of you and your baby.
This manual gives you the most recent research and information about how prenatal exercise will benefit your baby for the rest of his/her life – yes, prenatal exercise is that powerful!
Eating during pregnancy is hard. There are days when nothing sounds good and days when only chocolate cake sounds good. It is a struggle. I know this first hand. Preparing food can be challenging when you feel barfy and eating certain foods can be downright impossible at times. This manual will give you tips on the best foods for pregnant women. You will learn which foods are most important and why they are important to your health and your baby’s health.
In this manual, we will also talk about supplements – which ones you should ask your doctor about. There are a handful that can have a great impact on your prenatal health and your baby’s long term health.
These workouts were created to give you cardio on days when you just don’t have it in you to get out there for very long. In each of these workouts I take you through a warm up and then a 10 minute cardio routine that will energize you for the day. These two workouts can be done throughout your entire pregnancy.
I created these workouts to help you focus specifically on your core. Keeping your core strong is one of the most important goals of exercise during pregnancy, yet there are many moves that are not safe to practice. In these workouts, I have given you core exercises that are safe to do throughout your entire pregnancy to keep your core strong. Keeping your core strong during pregnancy will help alleviate back pain/back injuries, keep you strong for labor and allow you to get your midsection back in shape much more quickly after delivery.
NOTE: This entire program is digital and downloadable. You will not receive a physical product in the mail. This allows you to access all videos and manuals IMMEDIATELY upon purchase.
As you can see this program is worth over $340. But I want to be able to help as many moms as possible. I don’t want cost to get in the way of you getting your body back. I want you to get started on your prenatal fitness program TODAY!
So I am offering this program at a reduced rate of only
I know I’ve thrown a lot of information your way here and you may have some questions. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers:
Q: Can any pregnant person do these workouts?
A: All pregnant women should check with their doctor before starting an exercise program. If your pregnancy is low risk, your doctor should tell you that exercise is essential during pregnancy. This program is appropriate for all low risk pregnancies. If you have any risk factors, be sure to find out from your doctor if general strength training and cardio (the basis of these workouts) are ok for you.
Q: Do I need equipment for the workouts?
A: All you need is a set of dumbbells and a safe area to exercise. A yoga mat or thick towel is helpful too. I know you don’t have time to run around town buying dumbells and balls. So I created these workouts to use 90% bodyweight exercises. In a few exercises, you’ll need a chair or a couple cans of soup for added weight. Trust me, you won’t want anything heavier that soup cans for this!
Q: Are the workout videos full length workouts?
A: Yes! I walk you through every repetition of every exercise. As you’re working, I give tell you how to perform each exercise with appropriate technique so you’ll get the best results and keep everything safe for you and your baby.
Q: Are the workouts on DVDs?
A: No. The workouts are all digital and downloadable so you can have IMMEDIATE access to them. I did not want you to have to wait up to 2 weeks for the DVDs to arrive in the mail. I want you to start sculpting your body today! You can access them online as soon as you purchase the program.
Q: How long are the workouts?
A: I have kept the workouts within 15-30 minutes. I know you’re busy and probably exhausted most days. Research has repeatedly shown that if you’re working out correctly, this is all you need. What a relief, huh?!
Q: Are the workout videos full length workouts?
A: Yes! I walk you through every repetition of every exercise. We sweat it out together. You’ll even hear me panting a few times. As we’re working together, I give tell you how to perform each exercise with appropriate technique so you’ll get the best results.
Q: Are the workouts on DVDs?
A: No. The workouts are all downloadable so you can have IMMEDIATE access to them. I did not want you to have to wait up to 2 weeks for the DVDs to arrive in the mail. I want you to start sculpting your body today! You can access them online as soon as you purchase the program or you can download them and burn them onto your own DVDs.
Q: How long are the workouts?
A: I have kept the workouts within 15-30 minutes. Moms are the busiest people on the planet. I’m not going to give you workouts that take up to an hour and a half a day like most of those infomercial workout programs. My workouts are 15-30 minutes of cardio, strength training and metabolic conditioning. Research has repeatedly shown that if you’re working out correctly, this is all you need. What a relief, huh?!
Q: Will this program teach me safe core exercises I can do my entire pregnancy?
A: Yes, core exercises are really important during pregnancy. A strong core will help you tremendously during labor and delivery. Keeping your core strong will also help you get your waistline back quickly after giving birth. However, not all core exercises are safe during pregnancy. We teach you which ones you should (and should not) do.
Q: Can I do these workouts when I have morning sickness (or all day sickness)?
A: Yes. In fact, you’ll likely find that after a gentle warm up (provided in the workout) your nauseousness will subside. Many moms find that working out is one of the best ways to curb barfiness.
Q: What if I wasn’t working out before I got pregnant, can I start working out during pregnancy?
A: Yes. Just be sure to get your doctor’s permission first. From there, take it easy and back off/press pause whenever needed. You and your baby will get many benefits from starting an exercise routine during pregnancy.
Yours in Health and Sweat,
Sara Dean ACSM, HFI
Owner, Fit Healthy Moms
Creator of 6 Week Pregnancy Weight Loss Program, SuperMom Workouts, and Baby Bumpin’ Prenatal Workouts
PS: There is NO RISK at all for you to try the Baby Bumpin’ Prenatal Program. If you aren’t thrilled with the short workouts and informational ebooks let us know and we’ll happily refund your order. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed!
PPS: If you are unsure about how to exercise safely while pregnant, or if you are simply lacking motivation to workout while pregnant, use Baby Bumpin’ to give you energy and keep you strong throughout your pregnancy. This program has been tested my many moms and has been proven to provide better results than just walking during pregnancy. We want you to have a fit pregnancy and get your body back quickly after pregnancy. Baby Bumpin’ will do just that.
P.P.P.S. There’s only one catch to all this. You need to act now to get the complete package at this special price.
Note: The FTC would like us to tell you that results are not typical. This is because typically women who purchase weight loss programs never use them. Therefore, they have no results. We are hoping you won’t be typical. We think you deserve better. These results are typical of women who actually followed this nutrition and exercise program as outlined for 6 weeks. The results seen here are those of our real and true clients and we could not be more proud of them.