Small Group Training for New Moms
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Fuel Moms

Welcome to Fuel Moms, where strength and conditioning meets postpartum recovery.

Pregnancy and childbirth can take a serious toll on your body, causing weakness and possibly some physical damage.  We need to rehabilitate the body accordingly by working out in a way that is not only safe for the postpartum body, but works to help your fully recover from postpartum conditions such as diastasis recti, incontinence, prolapse, pelvic and back pain.

Most postpartum conditions stem from injury or weakness in the pelvic floor and other deep core muscles.  Learning how to engage these muscles properly in conjunction with proper movement patterns is your key to not only a successful recovery, but to optimal fitness and moving better than ever before!

Classes – What to Expect

Each 50 minute class will incorporate all basic strength movements (squatting, hinging, pushing, pulling, and postpartum appropriate core work).  All strength and conditioning movements are scalable for all levels from 6 weeks to 1 year postpartum, so whether you’re a beginner or an advanced exerciser, we have a challenging and manageable modification for you.  We will always help you figure out how to modify movements for any postpartum condition you’re struggling with (i.e. diastasis recti, prolapse, incontinence, back pain, pelvic pain).

Fuel Moms Class Breakdown

Classes are suited for all levels and will focus on the following types of movements:

Basic Strength Movements

Squats, hinging, pushing, pulling and postpartum appropriate core work.

Conditioning Movements

low impact exercises to improve your  cardiovascular strength

Mobility & Stability

Exercises to help you improve range of motion and alignment

This is a great way to get in shape and get to know other new moms in the area!

…not to mention having a group to hold you accountable and keep you motivated!

About Stephanie Sibbio

Stephanie is a fitness & nutrition coach for new & expecting moms.  Her approach is functional in nature and she believes that in order to thrive in health you must maintain healthy exercise habits and support it with a diet based on whole foods.  She understands the prenatal and postpartum body and how to cater to needs as they change throughout the perinatal period.

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