Tuesday, May 15, 2012

The Daily Sweat Pregnancy Program: Expecting More Review

The prenatal fitness guru and new mom Sara Haley has launched her new DVD, The Daily Sweat Pregnancy Program: Expecting More.

 As a Reebok Global Master Trainer and renowned international fitness consultant, Haley sought out an exercise regimen that would be challenging and safe for her and her baby throughout pregnancy. After finding mostly prenatal yoga options and workouts for beginners, she set out to create a program that could keep women of all fitness levels sexy and strong with a wide variety of options like cardio dance, sports drills and pilates.

With six different workouts and a calendar to guide you through all three trimesters, Expecting More™ offers what no other prenatal exercise DVD has before – variety, inspiration, and workouts for all fitness levels. Join Sara, as she stays fit and energized during her own pregnancy, and get your Daily Sweat on!

My thoughts-I have found a new love in running over the past couple years.  Exercise is no longer exercise to me.  It is part of my life.  A year ago when I found out I was pregnant I especially wanted to be healthy not just for myself but for my baby.  I did not know what exercises I could do, or how much to do.  I asked the doctor, trainers, and etc... and now I have found a dvd for preggos.  I really like how this dvd guides you and helps you stay physical.  It even comes with a calendar for you to keep up with your workouts.  A schedule, with my preggo brain definitely needed.  The dvd is simple and easy to follow.  And it is good to know that you wont be hurting yourself or the baby trying to stay healthy and fit.  Once I got pregnant I was no longer able to run and this is perfect for at home.  After having the baby through a c-section being physical has been really hard.  And this dvd has allowed me to start to get back into my routine.  My favorite is the cardio dance.

***Disclosure-No compensation was received.  Sample was provided to review.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am glad you posted this one. I feel that being active during pregnancy is important. It easy to veg out, but I heard L & D is easier when you have take care of yourself. Patricia