Crushing the Demands of Motherhood

Fit Pregnancy Club

Stop Modifying Your Workout

We believe that workouts for pregnant women and new moms should never be modified. They should be made for you. Our sweat-inducing workouts build up your strength and endurance for the work ahead, while keeping you safe by incorporating the Pump & Kegel® in everything that you do.

A Level For Your Every Mood

We’ve designed our workouts around three different levels so regardless of how you show up, there’s an option to fit your every mood. Choose Chill for more focus on breath, slower transitions, gentle heart rate elevation and functional movements. Go with Energizing for more cardio and strength that gets your heart rate up and guarantees a sweat. Or, take it up to Intense for longer intervals, less rest, lots of sweat, and more challenging core work.

Eliminate Misconceptions

You know what we don’t have to accept? Common misconceptions that we’re taught come with being a new mom: chronic back pain, abdominal separation (aka diastasis recti), or peeing when you jump or sneeze. Working with Fit Pregnancy Club, you’ll prepare your body to protect itself from known injuries and be guided through proper recovery when you’re back after having your baby.

What People Are Saying

FPC has been the source of physical and mental sanity as well as fun and sisterhood for me ever since I walked through the door.

Olga

This is not a gentle prenatal yoga class; these are real, sweat‑inducing workouts with fast-paced movements and challenging lunges.

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Real Talk: Baby #2

Join FPC Founder, Carolina Gunnarsson, and creative agency Founder of The Westside Collective, Heather Roma, as they talk the realities of having a second child, the differences between baby one and two, placenta pills, and the importance of EMF blocking. This is an Instagram Live event, no sign up necessary. See More

Tuesday December 1 2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
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