Frequently Asked Questions
6-Week Online Post-Pregnancy Plan
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How do I access the course?
Once you have received your username and password from us via email you can login from the Members Login page which is located in the Online Courses section of the main navigation menu. Please note that you may not able to login until the course start date.
You can access all the course material from your desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device. Material includes video demonstrations and PDF guides.
The written material will be available to download but the videos are available to view on our website only and may not be downloaded under any circumstances.
We recommend a minimum broadband speed of 3Mb/s for video streaming. You may not be able to view the videos with slower broadband connections however you can still do the workouts using the PDF guides.
if you would like to view one of our videos to test your broadband connection and find out more about device compatibility please see our Help & Support page.
How soon after childbirth can I start?
General guidelines state 6 weeks for a standard birth and 12 weeks for a caesarean birth. You must have received your post-pregnancy clearance from your doctor to resume exercising.
I’m currently breastfeeding, is the course suitable for me?
Yes. The nutritional element of the course is not a diet as such but rather a healthy eating plan. You may increase your intake should you find that you are lacking in energy or milk and you are also encouraged to discuss this with me in the support group
I have a post-pregnancy health problem (eg. Diastasis recti, Pelvic Girdle Pain etc.), is this course suitable for me?
While the exercise is designed for the post-pregnancy body it is advised that you discuss any health problems you are experiencing with your GP and seek their clearance before commencing the plan.
Is this course suitable for all fitness levels?
Yes. Easier and harder options are provided for each exercise. The workouts progress in intensity each week but if you find that you are struggling with a new week you can chose to do a workout session from a previous week instead.
Is the food included in the nutritional guidelines expensive?
In the preparation week you may have to purchase some items such as nuts which are expensive but you will generally use these things over a number of weeks and not have to buy weekly. Otherwise your shopping bill should not be affected and as you will be sticking to a plan you should find you have less wasted food.