Pregnancy

Sarah Hutt
Pregnancy


Exercising pre-pregnancy helps to control weight during your pregnancy and build up stamina that will help during your pregnancy and during labour. It will help you with sleep, mood and fighting depression. It also helps with anxiety and stress.



Each trimester needs to be addressed and each new mum needs consideration. How fit you were before your pregnancy, energy levels, hormones, changes in your body, how hectic your life is and your medical history.

Check with your doctor or health professional that you are ok to train.

Only train if you have been exercising prior to pregnancy.

Don't start something new once you find out you're pregnant.

Use the correct lifting technique in accordance to each trimester.

Avoid weight training flat in your back.

Avoid over stretching due to the relaxin released.

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I've been working with Sarah for nearly two years. She has supported me in developing and delivering a personal training plan for my cycle trips abroad. In addition I have regularly participated in her Pilates and Spin classes in the gym and online. These have been instrumental in getting me stronger and keeping me injury free. Sarah always takes an active interest in my progress and her positive approach in her support for my training objectives has been superb.

Paul

Oxted
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