The Trainer’s Guide

to coaching postpartum group fitness classes

How do you plan a postpartum fitness class program that will work for a range of different bodies, fitness levels, and core and pelvic floor health needs?

In this free guide, I teach you how to plan effective workouts for moms in a group class setting where you will be training:

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People who are at different phases in their postpartum recovery

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People who are more or less experienced in exercise

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People who have diastasis recti, incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and pelvic pain

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In a limited equipment environment

what’s included?

3 printable, done-for-you, full body strength training based workouts that give you progression and regression options for exercises in each session. You will be ready to immediately implement these workouts into a group class program.

These workouts will be appropriate for group fitness classes that are scheduled for between 45-60 minutes in length, where you are running a warmup, strength and conditioning section, and cooldown. Of course, you can modify the sets and reps in each workout to make them appropriate for shorter classes.

The base level exercises in these workouts use resistance bands, mini bands, dumbbells, chin-up bar, and benches, with the option to use kettlebells, boxes, suspension trainer, and barbells.

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My 5 best tips on logistics to help your class run smoothly

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Suggestions on how to run organized group warmups and cooldowns

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