Suzanne Bowen’s Slim & Toned Prenatal Barre Workout (2012)

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Suzanne Bowen’s Slim & Toned Prenatal Barre Workout integrates strength, cardio and flexibility into one complete prenatal fitness system. Suzanne combines her BarreAmped exercises with cardio intervals and flexibility training to create this well-rounded workout appropriate for your entire pregnancy, even into the “fourth trimester” or postnatal period. The emphasis on proper core contraction and

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Suzanne Bowen’s Slim & Toned Prenatal Barre Workout integrates strength, cardio and flexibility into one complete prenatal fitness system. Suzanne combines her BarreAmped exercises with cardio intervals and flexibility training to create this well-rounded workout appropriate for your entire pregnancy, even into the “fourth trimester” or postnatal period. The emphasis on proper core contraction and the allowance for the expanding belly will help you not only to stay slim and toned during pregnancy, but also to bounce back to pre-pregnancy body after baby.

Featuring 4 Powerful Segments:
*Lean Lower Body
*Slim Upper Body & Core
*Cardio Sculpt
*Aligned Stretch

BONUS INTERVIEW with Wellness Physician, radio host and author, Dr. Josh Axe (draxe.com) gives his top 5 healthy foods for pregnancy and tips on the quickest ways to bounce back post pregnancy!

CO-STARRING Leigh-ann Mims, owner of Elle Fitness (ellefitnesslex.com), BarreAmped’s home in Lexington, KY. Having trained directly under Suzanne, Leigh-ann fell in love with BarreAmped and instructs people to connect the mind to the body to insure results inside and out. Leigh-ann made her media debut 35 weeks pregnant with Savannah Elizabeth and gave birth two weeks later. Both are doing great!

SUZANNE BOWEN is a fitness expert based in Nashville, TN. Creator of SBf Method (sbfmethod.com), an efficient mind/body technique which combines cutting edge cardio, intelligent strengthening and dynamic stretching, and BarreAmped, a method based on dance, Pilates and yoga, Suzanne helps fit results driven fitness into anyone’s schedule. Entrepreneur, wife and mom of two, Suzanne’s motto “your best not perfection” is how she hopes to inspire others to live a balanced, healthy and intentional life.

Comments

littlejug says:

Amazing. My favorite. Does exactly what it says. I knew I’d have to adjust my fitness routine when I got pregnant, and was bummed to give up the high-intensity, high-impact Jillian Michaels-style interval workouts I was used to. I stopped running at about 4 months, when it started to feel weird and uncomfortable, and I continued to do some of my old workouts (with modifications) through the 5th or 6th month. I bought several prenatal workout DVDs (this one, Sara Haley’s Expecting More and Erin O’Brien’s Prenatal Fitness Fix), and this has turned out to be my favorite. 

Jessica Larsen says:

My favorite prenatal DVD I first bought Suzanne’s other prenatal DVD and loved it but needed more variety. I had been doing that one since the begining of my 2nd trimester and got this at the end of or close to the begining of the 3rd. I am 36 weeks pregnant now and still doing both and enjoying them. People say I look more fit than I did pre preganacy. Pre pregnancy all I was doing was jog 2-3 miles 2-3 times a week and wanted to lose weight but now I feel pretty fit for being 9 months along and the father of the baby has noted my butt somehow looks smaller! I have had some non preganat friends do this DVD with me and they also enjoyed it. I think Suzanne is a good instructor and not annoying at all and this is not an easy work out which is great! Anyway I really love this DVD and would not be writing this if I did not think it could help other pregant women stay happy like it has for me.

lfred says:

This helped my labor and kept weight down! A+ I started using this DVD around 14 weeks into my pregnancy. I was never into pilates, and was always a runner/biker. This DVD gave me more sculpt/tone then when I wasn’t pregnant! With my first child I gained 70 pounds, and really wanted to keep in shape to avoid this. I am now 3 days post partum, and gained 19 pounds during my pregnancy, much thanks to exercising frequently. I have aleady lost 11 pounds, and only have 8 pounds left to go. Again, this is at 3 days post partum.I went natural with my labor, and my Midwife couldn’t believe how quickly/easily the pushing stage was for me. I told her that I did a prenatal pilates dvd that focused on the pelvic floor, and she said “well that explains it.” I pushed 3 times and she was out. I was upright and walking around 20 minutes after delivery, and didn’t feel like I gave birth!Love this DVD, and if you do it consistently, you will find that you have more energy and look great.

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