At-Home No-Equipment Postnatal Workout from THE BOD

Try This No-Equipment Postnatal Workout

Exercise has a number of benefits, and after giving birth, you may be itching to get back into your fitness routine and pumping those endorphins. But it can be hard knowing when you can return to exercise, where to start, and how to rebuild your strength safely.  

Your body has been through so much - you’ve created new life, mama! - so it’s crucial that you take things slow and as safely as possible. You may have lost a lot of strength, but that’s ok (and completely normal), you will build it up again. And we’re here to help you, mama.

THE BOD Postnatal training programs are designed to help you heal, rebuild your strength and confidence, and safely regain your health and fitness, using gentle strength, mobility and stability movements. They’re loaded with full-body workouts incorporating low-impact and modified exercises, expert tips and tricks to ensure safety, options to work out at home or in the gym, plus pelvic floor, activation and stretching guides. 

After giving birth, it’s so important that you obtain clearance from your health professional before starting any exercise program. 

Here’s a sample workout from THE BOD Level 1 Postnatal training program to give you an idea of what to expect: 

Equipment-Free Postnatal Workout

THE BOD Level 1 Postnatal Training Program Home Workout

1 ROUND

It’s so important to always listen to your body as you start to exercise again -  if you experience any discomfort, pain or bleeding while exercising, stop immediately and consult your physician. 

As you progress through the program and build your strength, the difficulty of the exercises will gradually increase. Every woman’s journey post-pregnancy is different and it’s important to have clearance from your healthcare professional before beginning the program.

We got you, mama! THE BOD Postnatal Training Programs are HERE - your go-to training guides to help you return to fitness post-birth.


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