Moms in Motion Strength

by Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS


Exercise during pregnancy can be safe, effective, and fun. Research has shown that strength training has numerous benefits that offer short- and long-term benefits to both the fetus and the mother. However, the expectant mother’s changing body can create some unique postural and muscular imbalances. Mom’s in Motion Strength presents an overview of common postural imbalances as well as details safe and balanced exercises that can assist health/fitness professionals in customizing a program that can go a long way in achieving better results from an exercise program during pregnancy and beyond. Learn about health risks due to lack of physical activity, ACOG guidelines, core training during pregnancy, diastisis recti, abdominal training options and compensations.

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Pregnancy and Strength Training CEC Course

By Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS

Video Chapters

1. Introduction Play
2. Healthe Risks Due to Lack of Physical Activity Play
3. ACOG Guidelines Play
4. Core Training & Pregnancy Play
5. Diastasis Recti Play
6. Other Abdominal Training Options Play
7. Compensations Play
8. Exercise Selection Play

About the Presenter

Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS

Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS IDEA Author/Presenter

Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS, is an international presenter, author and 25-year fitness veteran. She is a frequent contributor to fitness industry publications and is on the editorial board for Diabetic ...