The weeks and months following a pregnancy are tough. You feel exhausted, overweight and perhaps even think the world is against you. One of the best things you can do to start making a change in your life is to start exercising and eating right – this will help you to regain your strength after pregnancy, get your confidence back and get your husband looking your direction.


Finding your strength after pregnancy comes down to a simple game of consistency. Eating clean and exercising regularly can start you off on the right track to a fit and healthy body again. Committing to a 60-day program can be one of the greatest assets for getting toned after pregnancy.


Let’s delve into some very simple, yet effective strategies to find your strength after pregnancy. 


Strength Training

Despite popular belief, strength training is one of the best ways to start getting healthier after pregnancy. Strength training follows traditional principles of overload and recovery, and the best part is you don’t have to do endless running on a treadmill in order to lose weight.


You should always aim for a specific approach to your exercise regime, but sometimes starting with the basics can help you get on track.


This means we create a unique program tailored to your body, weight, age and specific goals. Attention to detail helps you become healthier and stronger after pregnancy, without all the unneeded hassle of going the journey yourself.


Want to try a simple, yet effective strength workout to help you tone, and lose weight?


Check out the example below.


Reps Sets
Dumbbell Squat 8 3
Incline Dumbbell Press 8 3
Walking Lunges 8 3
KettleBell Row 8 3


Tabata Style workouts

Tabata style training is perhaps the best bang for your buck workouts. The idea is to create a circuit of exercises that you will perform one after another, with limited rest.


In order to perform these properly, you should consider muscle syncing – a method used by old-school strength experts.


The idea is to constantly switch muscle systems between exercises. An example of this would be doing push-ups, followed by pull-ups. Although both exercises work the upper body, they work opposite strength systems.


Here is an example of a simple, at home workout to get toned after pregnancy.

10 Reps Each exercise  – Take a 2min rest after completing all exercises  – Repeat 3x

  • Squat Jumps
  • Push-ups
  • Superman’s
  • Skip (30sec)
  • Leg Raises
  • Pike Press
  • Lunges


Now that we’ve addressed some of the best workouts for strength and health, it’s time to get down to the details – nothing beats a clean diet.


If your goal truly is to get toned, strong and get your confidence back nothing will help you more than a whole-food diet. Getting toned means cutting out all the nasty, high-fat and high-sugar foods. A diet that is plentiful in vegetables, fruit, legumes, minimal fish/meat and high fibre carbohydrates is best.


Sometimes we get caught in a vicious circle and think that there is nothing you can do to get out – no one that can help.


Through custom workouts, meal plans and a community of assistance we help create a strong and sexy figure in 60 days. If you are looking for a more complete and specific guide to your health, please contact me through our support page and let’s have a free consultation to discuss solutions.