caring for your baby means caring for yourself

The most complete prenatal fitness program, based on the lastest scientific advances and the experience of thoustand of women, from perinatal coach and trainer Kaisa Tuominen 

WHAT IS IN SHAPE MOMS?

A VIRTUAL TRAINING PROGRAM

A program designed specifically for moms-to-be and their babies that using video-guided sessions. It is housed within the Mammoth Hunters app. 

progressive workout sessions

A progressive program of more than 100 sessions that will help you to stay in shape, care for your baby, and help in your postpartum recovery. 

BIRTH PREPARATION

From week 32 of pregnancy, you will encounter sessions of physical and mental preparation to get you ready for the challenge of giving birth.

Kaisa Tuominen, Perinatal Fitness & Wellness Coach and Creator of In Shape Moms

During pregnancy your baby need the right environment to grow healthily and prepare to enter the outside world. Staying in shape and maintaining good metabolic health are the most effective tools to achieve this.

The In Shape Moms program is a combination of pilates, yoga, and functional training, focused on relaxing muscle tension, increasing mobility and improving muscle capacity and metabolism during pregnancy.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THIS PROGRAM?

In Shape Moms offers two levels of difficulty: beginner and advanced. Both levels vary in intensity of the exercises, the number of sets and repetitions and the length of the sessions, but offer the same health advantages:

    • Correct pregnancy postural compensations
    • Reduce lumbar and back pain
    • Normalize weight gain during pregnancy 
    • Increase your energy
    • Help your baby have optimal health
    • Prepare your body and mind for birth
    • Help you recover faster postpartum

CONTRAINDICATIONS

Important Note! If you have any of the following conditions during pregnancy or postpartum, it is recommended that you do not engage in any physical activity. 

Consult with your doctor before starting any fitness routine.

1. Active myocardial disease 

2. Restrictive pulmonary disease

3. Cervical incompetence

4. Multiple pregnancy in risk of premature birth of 3 or more fetuses

5. Presistant hemorrhage in the 2nd or 3rd trimester

6. Premature rupture of membranes

7. Severe anemia

8. Premature birth

9. Placenta previa after 26 weeks of pregnancy

10. Pre-eclampsia​