If you want to exercise during your pregnancy or after giving birth and do not know where to start, permanent physical conditions may come up. An average of one in four adult women suffer from pelvic floor complaints such as involuntary loss of urine during exercise, and three in ten women sustain a slight diastasis after the first pregnancy (separation of the abdominal muscles). With multiple pregnancies, the chance of a diastasis increases. A shifting of internal organs can also arise from improper training. To prevent this, your abdominal muscles and pelvic floor muscles require extra attention during and after pregnancy. If your abdominal muscles have not yet recovered after delivery or your pelvic floor muscles are not strong enough, it is important to work on this first. During trainings in the PowerMama Program, we work on various exercises to strengthen these muscles.
The goal of the training is to stay fit during your pregnancy and to prepare you for regular exercise again after giving birth. In addition, we introduce you to CrossFit. After completing the program, you will have a good foundation in terms of strength and stamina and you be more aware of your breathing, abdominal muscles and movement pattern.