Continue the workouts you love in pregnancy while keeping your body and baby safe.
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Discover the theme of each pregnancy trimester and how it can affect your workouts.
Combat "athlete brain" and get tips for adjusting your mindset during pregnancy. Pregnancy is temporary, postpartum is forever.
Learn movement modifications for each trimester, so you can workout safely and comfortably during pregnancy.
Pregnancy includes a lot of variables. Learn to adjust based on your core and pelvic health symptoms.
Although it is easy to find inspiration from the badass pregnant woman on social media, we want you to have more guidance than that. Glorification and comparison are not as sustainable as education and adaptability. It can be very difficult to make adjustments to your training, how are you identify and perform, and surrender to the expectations you have/had for yourself or that you feel others have for you.
IT’S NOT ABOUT MODIFYING ONE EXERCISE FOR ANOTHER “SAFER” EXERCISE, INSTEAD FOCUS ON CHANGING YOUR WHOLE STRATEGY AND APPROACH TO ACCOMMODATE YOUR CHANGING BODY AND NEEDS.
Brianna Battles is the CEO of Everyday Battles LLC and founder of the movement and education, Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism. She specializes in coaching pregnant and postpartum athletes, as well as educating coaches on how to help athletes navigate the physical and mental considerations of training during these chapters in a woman’s life. Brianna has her Master’s Degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration and her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. She is an active member of the NSCA where she is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and a USAW Sports Performance Coach. She has completed multiple continuing education courses and mentorships in the women’s health and strength and conditioning realm. She lives in Southern California with her husband and 2 sons (Cade and Chance).
Hi! I'm Heather. Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism Coach, Crossfit Coach and most imortantantly, mom of 3 little girls.
During my first pregnancy I wanted to maintain the exercise I loved, strength training and metabolic conditioning, but I had no idea what I was doing and ended up lost and confused.
For the past 6 years I've been educating myself and my clients while working to improve the messaging around fitness in the pregnancy and postpartum chapters.
This guide and #ThePregnantAthlete training program was born out of the desire to give women access to better guidance than the generic "Just do what you've always done" advice that is too often repeated.