Future Proof Your Body In Pregnancy And Beyond With These FREE Exercise Films

May 05, 2016

They're free, they'll prepare your body for pregnancy and labour and they're created by an actual fitness trainer. What's not to love?!

 

You've hit the jackpot! We've got some amazing exercise films to help you keep fit in the comfort of your own home. 

That's right. You can enjoy the perfect workout for your second and third trimester without having to pay an extortionate gym membership fee, race against traffic to make a class or have to worry about parking! 

We've joined forces with personal trainer Natasha Brown to bring you a comprehensive series of exercise films designed to future proof your body for pregnancy and beyond, without putting any strain on your skin. 

Click here to get started with some great exercise tips from Tash to get you started. If you're in your second trimester and want to get going, click here for the films. And if you're in your third trimester, this page is just for you.





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