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BIRTHFIT WHOOP

B!RTHF!T + WHOOP 

BIRTHFIT has recently partnered with WHOOP to optimize training performance and recovery for our clients. WHOOP is a wearable performance tracking band that measures strain, sleep, respiratory rate, and heart rate variability.  Currently, there is little data on strength and conditioning training for women, and even less on pregnancy and …

self-check diastasis recti

5 Things to Consider When Self-Check for Diastasis Recti

At the BIRTHFIT Coach Seminars, we teach everyone how to self-check for diastasis recti. Why? Because diastasis recti is a symptom of core dysfunction and can be observed in all humans.⁣ The earliest I like to check for diastasis recti is 6 weeks postpartum. Then, I check every 4-8 weeks …

Lunges

Movement for Labor: Lunges

Watch the video below to find out why lunges are such an amazing movement for labor!   Get Started Below Online Programs: https://birthfit.com/programs/online/ Consultations: https://birthfit.com/programs/consultations/ Directory: https://birthfit.com/dir/

Twin Pregnancy

Eight Things to Consider During a Twin Pregnancy 

One sentiment I often hear from other moms before or after their first ultrasound is, “Oh my gosh! What if I’m having twins?” I have twins myself, so I’m not sure if I hear this regularly because they want my opinion on what it would be like, or if there …

Prenatal Training

General Prenatal Training Recommendations

I’m pregnant. Now what? This is the most common question we get in regard to prenatal training. Most people that send in this question embrace movement of some type and train regularly. And they are tired of guessing with training. They want a trusted source for prenatal general strength and …

healing from miscarriage

Healing from Miscarriage

How to Utilize the Four Pillars in the First Two Weeks After Pregnancy Loss Having a miscarriage is a deeply personal experience and one that looks different for each of us. Nearly 25% of pregnancies will end in a miscarriage, and yet, the topic remains somewhat taboo. As a result, …

postpartum sit-ups

Adding Sit-Ups Back Into Your Postpartum Workout

Here at BIRTHFIT, we are generally “Team No Sit-Up” during pregnancy and the first year postpartum. If you want to know why we take this stance check out this Instagram post. But what happens after that first year of postpartum? As much as we are #teamnositup, we are also “Team …

BIRTHFIT Postpartum Series

  Looking for an in-person BIRTHFIT Postpartum Series in your area? Click here to find a BIRTHFIT Coach. Click here to find a BIRTHFIT Professional. If there is not a Coach or a Professional in your area then we suggest our online programming — BIRTHFIT Basics: Postpartum and then BIRTHFIT Postpartum …

training for birth

Top 5 Practices for Shifting Mindset from Competition to “Training for Birth”

High-intensity fitness classes tend to draw a lot of “Type A” go-getters. These are people who can buckle down, put in hard work, and get it done. Pushing the limit of our capabilities through training and regularly testing ourselves through competition can be a great way to stay motivated and …

Exercising While Pregnant

Three Tips for Exercising While Pregnant

“I want to exercise, but I’m so tired I fall asleep instead.”   “I know I should exercise, but I just don’t have the time.”   “I feel like I am running out of steam and just going through the motions.”   Movement during pregnancy is a beautiful thing. If …