Tracy Anderson: The Pregnancy Project

Join me as we journey through pregnancy together, keeping our bodies fit and healthy as we prepare to give birth.

MONTH 1: This is your first month of pregnancy. You’re likely to often feel tired. Together we’ll take it slow, listening to our bodies and finding our center.
MONTH 2: You’re starting to really feel your pregnancy now, and nausea may be an issue. We’ll work on range of motion, stretching and keeping our muscles strong and in proper alignment.
MONTH 3: We’ll tone and stretch with a range of arm and leg exercises. Plus we’ll continue to strengthen our abs while this is still a possibility.
MONTH 4: Hurray! You’re now entering your second trimester. Hopefully your nausea is gone. We’ll focus on lifting your butt and keeping you looking healthy.
MONTH 5: It’s month five, and your energy is back. We’ll continue to focus on lifting your butt, while we keep you moving and feeling strong—without overdoing it!
MONTH 6: You’re recognizably pregnant now. We’ll continue to keep you connected to your muscles, allowing your body to do what it needs for the pregnancy.
MONTH 7: You’re entering your third trimester. Your baby has grown a lot. Now we’ll concentrate on preparing our bodies for the birth. We’ll focus on circulation and staying strong and flexible.
MONTH 8: The baby is really growing. We’ll continue to move in order to keep our energy up and stay connected to our bodies, which are starting to feel a little foreign.
MONTH 9: We’re preparing for birth. The goal is to open up your hips. We’ll reduce the complexity of our movements but continue to work on circulation as we wait for our blessings to arrive.

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2 Responses to Tracy Anderson: The Pregnancy Project

  1. Anonymous says:

    Overall, I really like these workouts. Overall, I really like these workouts. I was skeptical of how challenging they would be as I was very fit prior to pregnancy, had not tried Tracy Anderson’s workouts before and the workouts only use 3lb weights for arm exercises. Boy, was I wrong! These DVDs are a great workout and work muscles that you don’t typically use.One of my favorite parts of these workouts is the stretching that Tracy incorporates. This has been very helpful for me in preventing injury and aching,…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Painful on the knees!! Eh. I’m debating between 2 and 3 stars here but decided to be generous as I haven’t done all of the workouts. I tried months 4, 5, and 6 and most of the workouts are on the knees, even when she is doing arms! My knees hurt for 3 days after a workout. I am doing this on laminate floors but have a thick yoga mat (at least 7mm/.25 inches) where I do the workout on. I rolled up my mat so that it’s 3x as thick and it was still very painful. I don’t even have bad knees but I cannot be kneeling 20-30…