Frequently Asked Questions
For women that are TTC/not pregnant but hoping to be soon, I always suggest subscribing to More With Fittest Core. With subscription, it sets you up to perfectly to have access to all the tools to train during each stage of life. So currently, you’d follow the weekly workouts sent out which is a full Body schedule focused on strength. Then once you get pregnant, you’d have access to Training For Motherhood. Then during postpartum you’d have access to my Core & Pelvic Floor Restore and Booty After Baby. So it’s the best way to be able to prepare and be ready for each stage!
You have two options: Subscribe to More With Fittest Core and pay either monthly or annually for unlimited access to all programs and the entire follow-along workout gallery. Or pay a one-time payment for a program and have lifetime access to it.
You can either subscribe to More With Fittest Core and pay monthly or annually, which will give you access to all workout videos and programs. Or you can pay a one-time payment to a program and have access to that program forever.
Every single one! Old and new ones. Subscribers also get first access to new programs.
As early as 12 hours postpartum! Truly just whenever it feels best for you. It will most likely be 1-3 weeks for c-section.
Never! It’s never ever too late to start. Whether you’re a week postpartum or a decade postpartum, this program is for you!
It really depends on what the FBP workouts for that week entail. Say you do FBP Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. On Monday, if the FBP workout included a lot of squats, then Wed included a lot of rows, and Friday was a lot of lunges…then pick workouts that aren’t heavy in those specific muscle groups for Tuesday and Thursday (or whatever other days you’re working out.) So in this specific example, you could do a chest and tricep workout on Tuesday. And maybe a glutes-focused workout on Thursday. OR you can even include LISS or some form of cardio on the off FBP days.
Workouts vary in length, but are an average of 35 minutes. I try to keep them as short as possible because I know firsthand that moms only have so much time during the day to get it in!
It's only available as a whole program. There are videos that apply to all three trimesters, that you'll use throughout the entirety of your pregnancy. My advice is to subscribe and gain access to Training For Motherhood, Core & Pelvic Floor Restore, and Booty After Baby. That way you're set for well over a year!
Length of workouts depends on the body part being worked! Upper body, core, and pelvic floor days are typically shorter than full body or lower body. For example: a pelvic floor workout may be 15-20 minutes, while a lower body workout is about 45-50 minutes (due to the need for longer warmups activation.) Then there’s everything in between. Nothing goes over an hour though! Longest workout is 50-55 minutes (and I believe there’s just one or two at this length)
Yes! It’s never too late to start. In fact, most moms end up starting in their second trimester due to first trimester difficulties and sickness. You'll still benefit from the program
You’ll start with second trimester since that’s where you are in your pregnancy. Each trimester is very specifically written depending on those weeks’ needs and goals. Do make sure you start with the Training For Motherhood Intro Video and read over the program PDF! That’ll help guide you with where to start (for example; watching Core 101, Stretch & Release Routine, Pelvic Floor 101, etc) and then you’ll watch the Second Trimester Intro Video and follow the second trimester schedule to get started!
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