Today we'll be reviewing the Suzanne Bowen's Long and Lean Prenatal Workout.
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- Great for variety
- Suitable for all skill levels
- Instructions are easy to follow
- Provides lower impact workout
- Great variety of stretching
- Inspiring benefits of pregnancy
- Encourages healing, compassion and self-care
- Suitable for all trimesters
- Great for beginners
- Monitors breathing and encourages awareness
- Music can be loud
- These exercises may be too advanced for beginners
- No pre-natal information
- No pregnancy-related information
Many pregnant women are reluctant to get started on a fitness routine because they're afraid they'll hurt their own, or their baby's, health.
I'm a little over a mile into 6 weeks of pregnancy and I've been sticking to the Long and Lean Prenatal Workout as closely as possible. This is a great video for beginners to start with as it's low-impact, yet still delivers some toned moves (at least for me) to get the job done.
I liked this workout because it gave me a chance to use my other body parts (especially my abs) to boost my routine rather than just relying on what I could usually do in the past. Rebecca is a great instructor (with a good sense of humor, too) and she really makes it fun and easy to follow.
This is the best prenatal workout video we have discovered. The video content is great, lots of variation on a regular basis to keep you interested and it's not a lot of work to do.
Some of these moves are a little on the tiresome side, but Rebecca and the other instructors come up with some creative moves that keep it fun and fresh.
I'd highly recommend this video to any pregnant woman looking to get started on a workout routine. If you've got any pregnant girls out there looking for something low-impact to get your regular workout in, this is a must-see!
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