Kayla and Kelsey are world-class personal trainers with prenatal qualifications. Both are mothers who know first-hand what it’s like to bear witness to the incredible changes your body goes through during pregnancy. These low-intensity workouts are tailored to each trimester and are designed to help you move with confidence and support you with your fitness, strength, posture and general health.
Both Kayla’s & Kelsey’s 3-trimester Pregnancy Programs contain 40-weeks of 20-30 minute workouts, with minimal equipment required. Alongside strength exercises, there are also low-intensity steady state cardio and recovery sessions focused on areas such as lower back relief, hip mobility, and upper back and neck relief.
For more information on both of these programs, check out our Support articles:
Once cleared to join the Program, you can enter how far along you are in your pregnancy to begin at the best place for you. For example, if you are 20 weeks pregnant, change your week to week 20 of the Second Trimester. If you are 25 weeks pregnant, change your week to week 25 of the Third trimester. If you are unsure how to change your week, please follow the instructions in this Help Support Article.
Although exercise during and after pregnancy has been associated with multiple health benefits, you should consult with and obtain permission from your physician or other health care provider before starting this or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for you, especially while pregnant and in the months following your pregnancy. Not all exercise is suitable for everyone or every pregnancy and exercises, including those suggested in this article, may result in injury. Do not start a fitness program if your physician or health care provider advises against it.
This article is for informational purposes only. Any instruction, information, or guidance contained in this article is not a substitute for medical advice, consultation, and/or medical treatment from your doctor or healthcare provider. Do not delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of any instruction, information or guidance contained in this article.
You are responsible for your own safety and are participating in this fitness activity at your own risk. Start slowly and do not exceed the exercise recommended by your physician or health care provider. If you experience faintness, dizziness, pain, discomfort, bleeding, or shortness of breath at any time while exercising, stop immediately and seek medical advice.
What about after I’ve given birth?
For new mothers, Sweat trainers Kelsey's PWR Post-Pregnancy or Kayla's Post Pregnancy programs within the Sweat app are a great way to help you ease back into a regular training routine! We would still suggest getting clearance from your doctor after giving birth (usually at your 6-week post-partum check-up), to ensure the program will be safe for you to begin.
It is also important to note for new mothers that our meal plans won’t be suitable if you are breastfeeding as you may not receive the recommended nutritional requirements for both yourself and your baby.