Fit & Sleek Prenatal Physique- Prenatal Workout with Complete Pregnancy Training Plan

Awarded top 10 Best Workout DVDs of 2015 by Fitness Magazine. Leah Sarago, CSCS and Pre/Post Natal Exercise Specialist, has designed this comprehensive training program for pregnancy to help you safely exercise during all three trimesters and be fit during this very special time in your life. The workouts are only 15 minutes, which allows you to gradually progress based on your fitness level while also providing an easier way to fit exercise into your schedule. Follow the complete, level-based workout plans determined by your pre-pregnancy training level to tailor this DVD to your goals and needs. This DVD offers workout plans for beginners and trained individuals to provide a progressive approach for continuous results throughout your pregnancy. For more information on this workout DVD and exercising during pregnancy, please visit my prenatal fitness page at leahsaragofitness.com Workout Segments: Warm Up (5 minutes) Upper Body Mat Work (15 minutes) Upper Body Cardio Sculpt (15 minutes) Lower Body Barre Workout (15 minutes) Lower Body Sculpt (15 minutes) Prenatal Core Workout (15 minutes) Prenatal Stretching (15 minutes) Equipment Needed: Yoga Mat Sturdy waist-high couch/chair back 3 sets of weights (light, medium, and heavy)

Product Features

  • Prenatal workout for all 3 trimesters of pregnancy
  • 15 minute workout segments for a total body workout
  • Relaxing prenatal yoga stretch segment
  • Follows ACOG guidelines for safety
  • Created by Leah Sarago

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3 Responses to Fit & Sleek Prenatal Physique- Prenatal Workout with Complete Pregnancy Training Plan

  1. Anonymous says:

    My 4 Favorite Prenatal Workouts! I have bought about 12 workout videos since being pregnant. I had a really difficult time finding workouts that were challenging enough since there weren’t may reviews online, so here is my review. I hope you find it helpful!Pre-pregnancy I ran around 20 miles a week, and did an addition 2-4 strength days a week. I am very active and in good shape. However, After my first two months of pregnancy I couldn’t run anymore, so I started looking for ways to build muscle safely and…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Good for Mom and Baby Prior to pregnancy I was fairly active and regularly engaged in yoga, strength training, and cardio. I have to admit that I slacked off a bit with my exercise routine when I discovered that I was pregnant. I didn’t have the energy during my first trimester, and a placental scare early in my second trimester left me feeling hesitant. I am now entering my third trimester, and feeling the overwhelming urge to prepare by body for labor and delivery. Enter Prenatal Physique. This DVD features…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Effective workout for expecting mommy’s – safe and maintainable. Prior to my becoming pregnant i was an avid runner (3+ miles, to 7 days per week) and did a full body workout with a personal trainer weekly, as well as a daily workout asst home. I purchased this you maintain my physical fitness and activity levels safely while expecting. I became very ill (hypermesis gravidarum) and had to quit working out all together. I’ve recently begun to feel better so I’ve been slowly implementing a warm up and daily workout. I really can tell I’ve been slacking, but,…