Feeling good with your body, inside and outside, should be a priority after giving birth to your baby. The changes that pregnancy has on the body are massive and therefore it is important to find a suitable training plan that is safe for your body. Starting too soon with the wrong exercises can lead to injuries or more serious health problems in the long-term. My postnatal fitness program is perfect for recent moms that want to build back their fitness gradually and in a safe but effective way.
The 12-week (or 14 weeks for C-section) program includes:
Back in Shape
Thank you Amparo for your Back in Shape program! I feel great and the workouts suit life with a baby well! Your flexibility and willingness to adapt the programs to individually suit my needs is exactly what I needed :) Thank you! I recommend the programs to all new moms out there! - Justine, Zurich
The Back in Shape program is very good! Thank you so much Amparo! Looking forward for the next weeks and trainings - Sabine, Munich
I am training with Amparo since the birth of my little boy. Due to the fact that I had a c-section she adapted my program slightly. The daily exercises are short and fit the tight timeschedule of a new mum :-) The app is very simple and easy to understand and use. You can contact Amparo via the chat function and ask her any questions, she will reply immediatly. I can totally recommend Amparo as a trainer, the app & the exercises!! 5 stars from my side :-) - Julia, Zurich
Please note that all my programs and workouts are designed generally for expectant mothers and/or recent mothers. However, exercise programs have inherent risks, the degree of which depends on your individual health, condition and fitness. It is important that you consult with your doctor or midwife to understand how the exercises of this program may affect you, your health and your baby. There are contraindications to exercise during pregnancy (e.g. placenta praevia, regular bleeding, shortened cervix, among others) and after childbirth (e.g. pain, heavy bleeding, high degree of diastasis recti, among others) that limit the exercises you can do, their intensity and type. Getting the permission from your doctor is a requirement before engaging in these workouts.
By signing up for the program you agree to the Terms & Conditions and the Release of liability.