If you are reading this, you are probably pregnant, and we would like to congratulate you on this amazing news!
A pregnancy is something very beautiful that you can fully enjoy. Yet it could also bring a lot of uncertainty: when you are pregnant, a lot changes for your body and that requires a special approach!
Exercise during pregnancy offers many benefits for you as an expectant mother:
- It contributes to a good hormone balance in your body
- It is good for your mood and psychological health
- It can help prevent or reduce certain pregnancy symptoms such as back pain or gestational diabetes
- It ensures that you stay strong and gain less weight during pregnancy
- You can recover faster after giving birth
At Fresh Fitness, your health and the health of your child are of great importance. You can therefore receive extra guidance from our specialized fitness trainers. We are happy to make a suitable training schedule for you, advise you on taking group lessons and can help you adjust your diet. Please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
An active lifestyle is also very important for the development of your baby. This way you promote brain development and the development of heart and lungs, and your baby will have better physical development and less chance of obesity later on.
We can also make a nice program for the (future) fathers, which is short and intensive. With that there is still room to train, to stay full of energy and to experience this beautiful time together. Good training and nutrition are a must, especially for fathers!
With fitness trainers Mirella, Guan and Jasper you can book your intake before or after your pregnancy. Do you prefer to have one-on-one guidance during your pregnancy? Then Personal training is of course also a possibility. Martijn, Denise, Daniëlle and Tamara are happy to help you.
We also offer you as an expectant mother a special pregnancy arrangement on your subscription. From 6 weeks before to 12 weeks after your due date, you can exercise for free at Fresh! Ask at the reception about the conditions for the pregnancy scheme.
Read Laura Henson’s experience here.
Credit: Moms Gone Strong – Pre- and post-natal exercise manual