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designed with pre & postpartum moms in mind.
Let’s celebrate the fact that giving birth is nothing short of superhuman. Three Months after the birth of her second child, and battling to reduce her weight after having stopped breastfeeding her daughter, Rachel found herself without sufficient motivation to get exercising again.
With the twisted mind-set of just wanting to ‘get her body back’, she began a journey with a more wholesome approach and that was to get fit and healthy again. Having been introduced to a group of postpartum moms that had trained with Tammy, Rachel became adamant to work on herself through fitness, and with fierce determination, was able to overcome the challenges she had faced that came with living in the spotlight coupled with being a postpartum mom.
Rachel chose to use her journey to inspire other moms to think positively about the way they look, rather than be ashamed of their appearance. Together with Tammy, they embarked on a journey that would change her life for the better, forever.
‘I started this journey to get fit and healthy again, since being skinny had never been a motivating factor to me. I hope to inspire other women not to be ashamed of where they’re at, and also not to get too comfortable there either. Faced with options, each of us wants to be the best version of ourselves, and this program provides the tools to set you up for success.’
PRE & POST NATAL COACH
Tammy is a Personal Trainer who is passionate about health and fitness and whose greatest mission in life, is to help women achieve this.
She has been in the industry for over 10 years, training pre and postnatal moms for at least 5 of those years. She is dedicated to helping women maintain and achieve their fitness goals and will go above and beyond to help them be focused and committed during pregnancy and postpartum. Rest assured that her expertise will safely guide you to your goals and sustainable healthy habits.
RISE MAMAPRE & POST NATAL ONLINE TRAINING
- Receive 2 workouts per week
- Two full body workouts – ensuring that your upper body, lower body and abs are challenged in every workout.
THE RISE MAMA COMMUNITY
How to be a part of the community?
- Subscribe to our Online Training Program designed with pre & postpartum moms in mind
- Receive weekly workouts– Guided by supporting Demo Video’s.
- Benefit by Working out, Anywhere, Anytime.
- Limited equipment required (Dumbbells).
- Connection with the RISE community.
- Exciting Fresh Workouts that are easy to follow- teaching different ways to move in order to improve strength, fitness and flexibility.
- Freedom to complete workouts in any order and on days best suited to your schedule.
Why choose this community?
Rise is a powerful community of likeminded, purpose driven women focused on prioritizing wellness and living, intentionally.
We are a community of women who believe that we can achieve so much more by uplifting each other and we believe in the deliberate celebration of every little victory, breakthrough and anything that enriches each others lives.
We are here to support and encourage you along your journey and help you to be the best version of yourself empowering and encouraging women from all walks of life to be strong in who they are, and where they are at now.
The importance of getting clearance from a doctor & keeping an eye open for warning signs
Your number one priority before engaging in any kind of exercise programme during pregnancy or postpartum, is to receive clearance from your doctor. This is non-negotiable.
Always make sure you listen to your body and that you stay within the parameters as presented to you by a medical professional.
Please see our Indemnity Form below.
Specific Guidelines to apply during your workout:
- Avoid raising your body temperature too high – for example, don’t exercise to the point of heavy sweating, reduce your level of exercise on hot or humid days and stay well hydrated.
- Don’t over exert yourself and exercise to the point of exhaustion.
- If weight training, choose low weights, avoiding heavy weights entirely.
- Perform controlled stretching and avoid over-extending.
- Avoid exercise if you are ill or feel feverish.
- If you don’t feel like exercising on a particular day, don’t! It is important to listen to your body to avoid unnecessary depletion of your energy reserves.
- Don’t increase the intensity of your sporting program while you are pregnant, and always work at less than 75 per cent of your maximum heart rate.