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Workout Videos for after Your Pregnancy
All women who have had children know that getting back into shape after a pregnancy can be a big challenge. A woman’s body goes through lots of changes and it takes awhile to get it looking like it did before the whole process began. And, if you weren’t in such good shape before the pregnancy, it’ll be harder yet.
You know that doing some workouts is probably the answer, but you have to figure out how. Gyms can be expensive and maybe there’s not one close to you. Working out alone isn’t much fun and it takes a lot of motivation to do it anyway. Time is also a bit shorter. There is feeding, changing, entertaining and just being a new Mom time.
So, what’s a girl to do? How about bringing the gym and the instructor to you? How about having the workout when you want it without leaving the house? And how about for less than the price of a bottle of good wine! (Yes, now that you have had the baby, you can have a glass of wine now and then!)
Easy Workout Downloads
That’s what Workouts on Demand do for you. They offer downloadable workout videos that you can watch on your PC or loop through your TV. There is a whole range of them and you will find one that fits you. If you need help, just drop them an email and they will steer you in the right direction.
If you don’t want to download, they offer streaming videos as well. And if you “Like” them on Facebook, you can get one for free!
Check out this sample video that is ideal for post pregnancy workouts:
Low Impact Aerobics – Great for Post Pregnancy Workouts
Here is how Workouts on Demand describes low impact aerobics on their blog, if you don’t know what they are:
What is Low Impact Workouts?
It is usually defined as cardiovascular activities during which one foot is always in contact with the ground. While they can include aerobic and anaerobic exercises, the term is typically applied to aerobic programs which are designed to increase the heart rate and burn calories while avoiding unnecessary impact on muscles, joints, and bones. From power walking to yoga to exercise videos, they are available in a variety of formats. While they may vary in intensity, they undoubtedly offer an array of specific health benefits.
Now, there’s no excuse for not getting in shape after your pregnancy!