From strengthening your post-baby abs to sneaking in exercise when you've got zero time, we've got your workout #goals covered, mama!
Forget about the baby weight. It’s time to focus on gaining the strength you need to get through the marathon of motherhood.
Look around—there’s a whole slew of gym-worthy equipment to break a sweat on. Strive to get this surprisingly legit workout.
Guess what? Your baby’s stroller is basically a portable Pilates reformer. Here’s how to use it to your advantage.
Want to tone your abs, butt, and other postpregnancy trouble spots? This simple workout, developed by renowned yoga instructors Sarah Perron and Joni Hyde, lets you bond with your baby while you get your body back into shape.
No need to try and squeeze a workout between naps and feedings. Kristin McGee, a personal trainer in New York City, created this one you can do with Baby! Start by doing the series one time through, three days a week, working up to two times through for best results. As always, clear exercise with your doctor first.
"Strong legs are crucial for everything you do, especially for squatting down to pick up your sweetie," says Kristin McGee, a personal trainer in New York City. (That's McGee with her baby below!) Have your doc's okay? Do this routine one time through, three days a week, working up to two rounds each time.
Fitness guru and mom of two Jillian Michaels walks us through a high intensity workout that's quick enough for any busy mom's schedule.
Want to get back your pre-pregnancy abs? Skip the crunches and get better (and faster) results with these five moves.
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Can't make it to the gym? By alternating short bursts of all-out exercise with less intense periods, you can achieve more. Try this high-intensity interval training (HIIT) plan by trainer Ramona Braganza four times a week and you'll feel firmer in a month.
You don't need to log long, sweaty sessions at the gym to get show-off muscles.
TRX straps and resistance bands, weighted squats and even inflatable workout equipment—this mom-to-be is not afraid to sweat.
The new mom, designer, and lifestyle guru talks about being kinder to her body post-baby—and her wellness goals for 2018.
Short on time? No space for exercise? We’ve got you covered with this interval workout you can do virtually anywhere.
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