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Fit in your workouts without anxiety

I have to be honest. Finding time to workout is one of my BIGGEST challenges…and I teach other people how to workout it for a living! So when a client or student tells me they didn’t have time to work out, I get it. I totally GET IT.⁣ ⁣

Obviously there is an entire conversation to be had around making it a priority, but today we’re going to chat about some hacks for getting yourself into your workout in the first place (because let’s be honest, that is the hardest part!).⁣ ⁣

Here are a few of our best tips for getting yourself on your mat / to the gym / out for a run without a tantrum:⁣

* Take out the extra step of having to set up your workout space every day. Leave your exercise mat and equipment out somewhere that you can easily get to it. You’ll save yourself a good 5 minutes just in set-up time alone! Bonus: your babies / kids will probably play with your equipment, buying you an extra few minutes of time when they are occupied with your bands and blankets. * Set up alarms for yourself in your calendar. We love this one. Set as many alarms as you need, 15 minutes before, 1 hour before, 3 hours before (or all of them!) – whatever it takes to get yourself to show up. And then make a consequence if you didn’t show up. (Need consequence ideas?  We have a lot. 🙂 ) * Get a friend to sign up for class with you. Or, if you’re in one of our courses, get them to join too and keep each other motivated with your progress. Not only will this give you an additional layer of accountability, you will both feel great in about 3 weeks. (Seriously, that’s all the time it takes to start feeling momentum forward!) * Create a calendar in google docs and mark days that you have completed. Think: potty training sticker charts. They work for the kids, and be honest, marking off a little square of completion feels soooo good! * Just lay on your mat. Seriously. 9 times out of 10, you’ll end up doing SOMETHING on that mat, even if it’s just stretching and 5-10 minutes of the course. You might even fall asleep. And that’s great too – you probably needed it. Something is always better than nothing! Resources & Links

Looking for support to stay active during your pregnancy or start your postpartum recovery? Here are some options to get you started on a great path forward:

1) Take the Pelvic Floor & Core Strength Quiz. After taking the quiz, you'll get a score and based on your results, guidance on what steps to take to move you forward in your recovery.

2) Check out our podcast listening guides: Download the Pregnancy Listening Guide or Postpartum Listening Guide.

3) If you're pregnant, want to be way more active than you have been, AND want connection with other mothers, but don't know where to start…join the Expecting to Flourish™ Membership - a mom-driven and expert-guided virtual space empowering moms with a new approach to prenatal fitness and birth prep that actually prepares you for the physical and emotional hurdles of motherhood.

If you’re postpartum and ready to get moving, need to heal your body but you don’t know where to start…join us for Postpartum Repair & Restore LIVE, a science-backed and fun-stacked, Diastasis and Pelvic Floor Strength program. Start healing your diastasis and eliminating leaking in 8 weeks or less with our guidance.

4) Do you prefer working one-on-one, or have a high risk pregnancy, a severe diastasis or leaking that won’t quit? You might be a candidate to work with us privately. To find out, take this quick self assessment! If you qualify, you'll be invited to schedule a complementary Postpartum Strategy Session with us where we'll take a good look at what's not working in your repair process, and come up with a great plan just for you.



Since Devoted Mamas' founding in 2017, our mission is to help you through all the stages of motherhood - stay super strong (and calm!) during pregnancy, be the BOSS of your birth, and help you bring life back to your core + pelvic floor in postpartum.

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