Because You Want to Feel Like Yourself Again.
And Feel Confident In Your Post-Baby Body.
Start Here With Your 21 Day Postpartum Workout Plan
You feel like you have an entirely different body after having a baby. And it’s so hard to have to get to know your body again – especially when you try diving back into your usual pre-baby workouts.
Your body just feels… Weak. And so foreign to you.
Not to mention some other stuff that might be going on for you like:
Any pain or a heavy feeling in your pelvis.
Worrying that you might pee yourself (even just a little).
Or getting some weird doming or bulging in your core when you try to do ab work like crunches and planks.
I get it. You’re frustrated because your body just feels out of shape. You were hoping to bounce back quickly and easily. But that’s definitely not happening.
The truth is, no matter how fit you were before or during pregnancy, or what kind of labor and delivery you had, all moms need specific core and pelvic floor recovery strategies after having a baby (or babies!)
I know this because I tried to just dive back into my usual pre-baby workouts after giving birth but things didn’t feel right.
So I did a ton of research (including getting certified in multiple prenatal and postnatal fitness professional courses), and I learned some key strategies to recovering well postpartum.
I used these methods to help heal my own body, get as strong (maybe even stronger) than I was before having my baby, and feel like myself again.
And it’s not just me. These are the same strategies I use with my private coaching clients to help them feel stronger and more confident in their bodies as well.
Don’t worry, you don’t need a fancy gym. You can do this free 21 day workout program at home (because going to the gym feels like a luxurious vacation these days – one that you can’t always afford #MomLife).
:: 3 done-in-20-minutes-or-less workouts you can do at home. They’re designed to give your core a, “You’ve got this buddy!” boost so you can get that much closer to feeling confident, capable and awesomely strong.
:: The inside scoop on the #1 most common reason your core still feels weak – even if you’ve been busting out a lot of crunches and planks. (Hint: those crunches and planks may be doing more harm than good).
:: Videos showing you how to do each exercise properly so you aren’t left wondering where exactly your body parts should be going.
:: Essential strategies to get the most out of every exercise you do – during this program and any other workout you ever do for the rest of your life – so that you aren’t wasting your time doing exercises that don’t actually do much of anything. (Because the idea of wasting any time these days as a busy mom practically gives you hives!)
:: Bonus #1: Tips on what kind of cardio is safe for your postpartum body – and what isn’t the best idea for you (at least for right now) – so you can stop wondering, “Is this safe? Is this okay? Am I supposed to be doing this?”
:: Bonus #2: My go-to healthy, yummy and easy meal planning strategy so you’re not so stressed out at 5:22pm because you actually do know what’s for dinner. Yay! (I’m a busy mom too. I get it).
“The core exercises and stretches were the best. They hit the sweet spots and helped get my body ready for more activity. My stomach is flatter and I’m more flexible.” – Samantha D.
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“After working with Jenna my body is stronger. Strengthening my core and being conscious of my posture has also demolished almost all of my back pain – which is amazing! My motivation has improved and my energy levels got a boost as well.” – Anna C.
I’ll see you in the program. And remember – if you ever have any questions, shoot me an email. I’d love to help.