yoga mat, towel, bed or sofa pillow, strap (bathrobe belt will do), water. These classes are designed to be done in home! We typically require a MEDICAL CONSENT FORM, but know that might be delayed for you to get at this time. We ask that you work out at a level that feels safe and comfortable for you. Click here to download a form. Oh Baby! Fitness normally requires medical clearance for ALL pregnant clients.
Recommended abdominal exercises for pregnant women. These exercises utilize a stability ball. Oh Baby! Fitness Senior Instructor, Kathleen Donahoe leads the demonstration of how to do some modified abdominal work.
Senior Oh Baby! Fitness Instructor, Kathleen Donahoe, helps answer all the questions we get about stability balls and exercise during pregnancy: What kind of Stability Ball is best for me to purchase when pregnant? How do I sit on the ball properly?
One of the best yoga exercises for pregnancy to relieve back pain is called Cat-Cow. It's a pelvic tilt and back stretch. Senior Instructor Kathleen Donahoe leads a demonstration of the proper form for the stretch.
Oh Baby! Fitness Senior Instructor Kathleen Donahoe leads us through rolling like a ball and a half roll up for pregnancy. These abdominal exercises are perfect for building core strength during pregnancy.
Oh Baby! Fitness Senior Instructor Kathleen Donahoe leads us through a proper wall sit for pregnant women. Wall sits are a great exercise for building lower back and glute strength during pregnancy. It's also a great way to prepare for labor.
Modified push up for pregnancy. A great exercise to build chest, triceps and abdominal strength. Proper modification taught by Senior Oh Baby! Fitness Instructor, Kathleen Donahoe.
Modified Plank for pregnancy brought to you by Oh Baby! Fitness. The plank is an excellent exercise to strengthen the chest, abdominal and lower back muscles.
Guidance on proper form for lunges during exercise while pregnant from Oh Baby! Fitness. Lunges lift and tighten the butt, but they also offer an opportunity to work the pelvic floor. You can do Kegel exercises while doing lunges.
Squats are a wonderful exercise during pregnancy to build leg strength and prepare for labor. Senior Oh Baby! Fitness instructor Kathleen Donahoe leads us through modified squats using a stability ball for support. It takes the pressure off the knees.