After the baby is born, new moms often think they should bounce back to their prepregnancy state. Learn how to support your postpregnancy clients with movements that alleviate common aches and pains during the postpartum period. Learn about new mom hot spots such as carpal tunnel inflammation, separation of the rectus abdominus, tight hamstrings and weak transverse abdominus muscles. Walk away with a clear understanding of which abdominal exercises are safe for your postpregnancy clients and which ones to avoid.
Kristen Horler, MS is founder of Baby Boot Camp, offering fitness franchises that target new moms. Kristen completed her Master of Science degree in Sports & Fitness Nutrition at Northeastern University in December 2015. Prior to becoming a fitness professional, she earned her B.A. degree in Physical Anthropology from the University of California at Santa Barbara and an A.O.S. degree from the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco. Kristen was named 2012 IDEA Program Director of the Year Finalist. Today, Kristen makes her home in Sarasota, Florida with her husband and two children where she continues to develop the Baby Boot Camp franchise program. Learn more at www.babybootcamp.com. ... read more.
Kylan fell in love with Baby Boot Camp after her daughter was born in October 2009. After attending her first class, she was hooked! As a former gym rat, Kylan wanted to lose the 45lbs she gained with her first pregnancy without having to worry about who was going to watch her daughter. She also wanted to create new friendships with other moms. Kylan was trained in ballet for 15 years, holds a Washington State Powerlifting Champion title and State record, and has completed 2 marathons and several 1/2 marathons. Kylan is an ACE Certified Group Fitness Instructor and is trained in pre and postnatal fitness. Prior to purchasing her Baby Boot Camp franchise, Kylan put her BA in Business and Sports Marketing to use at Nike World Headquarters. ... read more.