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Fit 4 Two Online Baby & Me Fitness

All Fit 4 Two classes are taught progressively, allowing for all fitness levels, and are diastasis-recti-safe. 
 
Let's workout together at home!  Don't let the winter months hold you back from meeting other new parents and benefiting from an active lifestyle.
 
1. Energy
One of the best ways to increase energy levels is to get moving.  Exercise delivers oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and helps your cardiovascular system work more efficiently.  This results in more energy for everyday tasks.  
 
2. Comfort
Most aches and pains come from lingering muscular imbalances caused during pregnancy, compounded by the repetitive physical tasks of a new parent. Regular exercise, especially muscular endurance, postnatal specific core work and stretching can help prevent and reduce these discomforts.
 
3. Improved Pelvic Floor and Abdominal Wall Health 
Regular pelvic floor work, giving equal focus to the contraction and the release, may help with urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, low back pain, pelvic organ prolapse, and rehabilitating diastasis recti. 
 
4. Decreased Digestive Discomforts
Regular exercise improved circulation, reducing gas and constipation.
 
5. Mental Health
Exercise is a safe and accessible way to prevent and manage depression and anxiety.  It’s also a fantastic stress buster.  
 
6. Healing Varicose Veins and Hemorrhoids
Regular cardiovascular exercise promotes healthy circulation.
 
7. Stamina for Parenting
Ask any parent of young children and they will assure you that parenting is seriously physical work.  Being strong, fit and healthy will help make parenting more manageable.
 
8. Feeling Like Yourself 
Adjusting to your new role as a parent can be overwhelming.  Regular exercise is an opportunity to focus on yourself and improve self-confidence. 
 
9. Role Modeling
Children who see their parents being active are 5.8X more likely to be life-long exercisers themselves.  
 
Recommended equipment
1 set (2) of 3-5lb dumbbells for shoulder work
1 resistance band with handles
yoga mat
 
What to expect
Warm up
Intervals of low-impact cardiovascular and muscular endurance exercises
Postnatal-specific core work
Stretching
Relaxation
 
Delivery
Live via Zoom
Recording available for 7 days 
 
Fit 4 Two® instructors are certified pre and postnatal fitness specialists, and follow the Canadian Guideline for Physical Activity Throughout Pregnancy. An online postnatal intake form must be completed before your first class. If you completed a form when you were pregnant, you need to complete a POSTnatal form for you and your baby. 
 
All Fit 4 Two classes are taught progressively, allowing for all fitness levels, and are diastasis-recti-safe.  You can attend to your baby's needs at any time.
 

To find out if this program is offered in your community please visit our locations page.