Finally! The Perfect Guide on How to Stay Healthy Physically and Emotionally Through Your Pregnancy... 
(Plus that vulnerable phase right after you have a baby we call the 4th trimester.)
While Learning to Love The Changes Your Body Goes Through While You Are Pregnant.
(Plus the tools you need so that you DON'T have to be PERFECT with your workouts or nutrition during pregnancy!)
Keep Reading If You Want:
  • A healthy pregnancy, birth, and recovery period after the baby arrives.
  •  To learn how to cope emotionally with your changing body.
  •  To know how to maintain a healthy weight gain during pregnancy.
  •  All four trimesters worth of exercises and guidance on how to workout during your pregnancy.
  •  Access to an evidence-based approach to training during pregnancy.
  •  A NEW type of exercises (that you've probably never heard of before) to help during labor, delivery, and recovery.
  •  Stories of other women who have been in the exact same spot as you.
  •  Unique “Deep Core Exercises” that will aid in your post-pregnancy recovery after baby arrives.
Your 1st, 2nd, 3rd, AND 4th Trimester Programs!
Our 400+ page guide provides a detailed outline of everything you need to know! 

Diet & Supplementation Tips

Proper nutrition plays a critical role in how you feel during your pregnancy and recovery. We lay it all out for you — how to eat appropriately during each trimester, what foods you should focus on when breastfeeding, appropriate portion sizes, and realistic tips for eating healthy when you have food aversions and strong cravings.

Encouragement & Motivation

We understand that pregnancy can be a mix of emotions — ranging from excited to nervous to insecure to joyful. We share our exact experiences during each phase of pregnancy ranging from topics such as: negative self talk, discouragement, fatigue, confidence, and habits. You are not alone….and you’ve got this, mama.

A List of Exercises You Must Avoid After Baby Arrives!

Some common exercises that women often try to jump into aren’t appropriate right after you’ve had a baby and can actually make your recovery period longer. We list out the exact post-pregnancy exercises you should avoid and what you should do instead.

Pregnancy-Appropriate Exercise Plan

We will give you appropriate workouts for each trimester of pregnancy, answer common questions, and break down exercise-related myths. We provide written, visual, and video instructions for each of the exercises. Many of these exercises will be new to you. It’s important to perform the correct exercises with proper form to avoid injury and experience the best results. 

Specific Training Program

Training will be broken out into specific phases within each trimester. For each week, I will give you specific exercises that are safe for each phase of pregnancy, as well as a unique set of workouts for you to do during pregnancy that can help during labor and delivery. I also include workouts for your 4th trimester recover period. You will also get suggestions on what to do if you can’t workout due to fatigue or morning sickness.

Important Additional Information 

Basically… everything I WISH I would have known before I had babies. We pull the curtain back and show you the REAL side of postpartum recovery. What to expect, the things few people actually talk about, and how you can manage this new life while showing yourself grace.
who is this program for?
  • Anyone who is currently pregnant or trying to get pregnant
  • Anyone who is breastfeeding and wants answers about exercise and nutrition while nursing
  • Anyone who wants to know pregnancy-safe exercises
  • Anyone who recently suffered a miscarriage 
  • Anyone who wants to learn how they can support their partner or friends during their pregnancies
  • Anyone who has just recently had a baby (regardless of vaginal or c-section birth)
Start your healthy pregnancy and post-pregnancy today!
who am i...
Natalie Hodson
is a mom of two, who is best known for her ability to connect with women and their real-life situations. Natalie’s wildly popular blog gets nearly half a million monthly unique visitors where she shares stories and tips for balancing family, fitness, and a healthy lifestyle. 

Her followers most often describe Natalie as “real, genuine, authentic, and relatable.” She is a GGS Pre/Post Natal Certified Trainer, an ISSA Certified Personal Trainer, content writer, and contributor for sites and publications including: 

Bodybuilding.com, Oxygen Magazine, Train for Her Magazine, Strong Fitness Magazine, and more. 

Natalie also is the co-author of the Abs, Core, & Pelvic Floor program that has helped over 35,000 women improve their core and pelvic floor dysfunction after pregnancy.

Natalie gained 60 to 70 pounds with both of her pregnancies (both babies were ten pounds!) and she understands the emotional struggle that can put on a pregnant mom. Her experiences and vulnerable thoughts are shared throughout this entire program, to help other moms who may be going through similar experiences. 
Why I had to develop this program!
Every day women reach out to me during various stages of their pregnancy.

Most women feel frustrated because there aren’t many resources available to expecting moms that show the REAL side of pregnancy while giving proper guidance on exercise and nutrition.

I began sharing my own stories during pregnancy about how I felt frustrated with myself because I couldn’t exercise at the same intensity during pregnancy, how I was worried if my partner was still going to feel attracted to me, and how I was afraid I might not be a good mom.

I would share these struggles and would get a flood of women saying, “Oh my gosh Natalie, me too. I thought I was the only one who felt that way.”

The problem is that most of the fit pregnancy programs on the market are aimed toward perfection… when truthfully… showing yourself grace during pregnancy is more important than perfection.

So many women were feeling ashamed or embarrassed because they were struggling during pregnancy… but nobody was talking about it!  

Most of us didn't want to admit that the fatigue was so severe during the 1st trimester that exercising was almost out of the question, or that cravings and aversions were worse than we expected, or the emotionally we really struggled towards the end of pregnancy with fear about our changing bodies, or nervousness surrounding labor.

Even worse was that there weren’t very many resources for what a new mom should follow after the baby is born. You usually just hear, “begin to slowly exercise after you get clearance from your doctor.” 

This isn’t very clear for a new mom…

This problem was impacting so many of us! Nine out of 10 women will have babies during their lifetime! It blew my mind that nobody was really leading the charge to help!

You see, so many celebrities and magazines focus on “getting your body back,” but the truth is that there are so many #variationsofnormal and the exercises we performed before getting pregnant are rarely appropriate right after having a baby. 

Abdominal weakness, separation, and pelvic floor dysfunction are common, rarely talked about, and easy to overlook for new moms.  

A recent study showed that fewer than one in four women get enough exercise during pregnancy.

Women face so many new body changes during pregnancy, including

Increases in blood volume, fatigue, morning (or all-day) sickness including nausea and vomiting, tender, fuller, and heavier breasts, headaches, increased urination, insomnia, vivid dreams, and vague exercise recommendations.

So many women get discouraged because of the changes they start to see in their body and begin to wonder “what’s the point of exercising anyways? I feel like I'm just making negative progress. It’s not worth it.”

Often women are told things like "Just enjoy pregnancy! You don't need to workout or watch what you eat. You're growing a baby! Relax!"

But what most women AREN’T told is that doing moderate exercise during pregnancy and focusing on solid nutrition can actually give you more energy, and can lower rates of gestational diabetes, hypertension, and depression.

More than 75 percent of women aren’t getting enough exercise during pregnancy, and I get it! There aren’t enough resources for pregnant women and most of the resources available don’t talk about the REAL struggles pregnant women face.

So, I set out on a mission:

To help as many women that struggle to stay healthy during pregnancy (and in the vulnerable few months after birth) to have a clear path and guidance they can follow throughout each trimester.

And that’s when this program was born!

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Natalie's "Baby Bump" Pregnancy Training Guide (Including Specific Step-By-Step Guidelines For EACH Of Your Trimesters...And An Exclusive BONUS '4th Trimester' For Recovering The RIGHT Way After Delivery)

I Am So Blessed To Say That This Program Has Changed The Lives Of Countless Women! 
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If for any reason you are not completely satisfied, we will refund your money IN FULL!  

So what are you waiting for?!

This is completely risk-free...

If you think there might be the slightest chance that this could help you have the healthy pregnancy that you’ve always wanted, stop procrastinating and click the button that says "A Healthy Pregnancy Begins Here" to get started on this journey.

I am here to help!

I am here for you and want to support you during this phase!

Your friend,
Natalie

You Might Be Wondering…
Can I get this program before I am pregnant?
Of course! We have a lot of women who do this. They read up on the material before getting pregnant so that they can begin the workouts right away when they find out they are pregnant.
Is exercising while pregnant safe for me and my baby?
It is safe, and in fact, can help with a healthier pregnancy!  Many studies have been performed on fetal response to maternal exercise. They have all conclusively shown that exercise was well tolerated in relations to umbilical artery blood flow, fetal heart rates, and biophysical profiles before and after exercise in both active women and inactive women and their babies. The one exception is that you want to stay away from things like hot yoga or hot pilates (and avoid hot tubs and saunas) during pregnancy as these high temperature environments show an association with increased risk of neural tube defects. Exercise, however, does not increase the core body temperature to a concerning level.
Do I need a gym membership for this?
Nope!  All the exercises can be done at home but you could do them at a gym, if you prefer.
How long are the workouts?
Some workouts are as short as 10 minutes and some are closer to 35 minutes.  Most people will choose to exercise four days per week on this plan, but you can choose three days or five days if that works better for your schedule and lifestyle.
Can I just buy one trimester instead of all four books?
You bet! We give a discount to those who purchase the entire bundle, but if you are already in your 2nd, 3rd, or 4th trimesters you can select the ones you want to purchase at checkout.
Can I do this program even if I wasn't working out before I got pregnant?
You bet! We give modifications to the exercises and options for more intense or less intense workouts. In this program, you can choose to workout three, four, or five days per week — whichever fits in your schedule and lifestyle the best!
Will this program be helpful for me if I am overweight?
Yes! My goal is to provide resources and tools for all women during pregnancy. For every woman who goes through our program, our goal is to give you the tools to have a healthy pregnancy starting with where you are currently at. We show modifications for exercises depending on your current fitness level and give nutrition recommendations.
If I buy the 4th trimester book, will exercise mess with my milk supply?
Talk with your doctor or midwife before starting any new exercise program, but for most women regular exercise should not impact milk supply as long as you have adequate calories (which we go over in the program), stay well hydrated, and focus on maintaining regular nursing sessions with your baby.  
Can I buy the 4th trimester book if I had a c-section?
Absolutely!  We have an entire section on c-section scar care and specific recommendations to recovery from surgery.  
How soon can I start exercising again after I have a baby?
Most doctors recommend six weeks for a vaginal birth and eight to 10 weeks for a c-section birth. There are deep core and breathing exercises you can begin sooner that will aid in your recovery from birth, and walking is usually encouraged, as well.  We have an entire guideline for you in the 4th trimester book that goes over all these details.
Can I follow this program if I have gestational diabetes?
Yes!  If you have been diagnosed with gestational diabetes while pregnant, your doctor will work closely with you to get you on an appropriate meal plan. Exercise can also help to manage gestational diabetes!
Can I follow this program if I am pregnant with twins?
Maybe.  If you have had clearance from your doctor to exercise, than the guidelines in this program will be perfect.  You may need to make some of the adaptations we suggest during the 3rd trimester sooner as your belly grows to make room for those babies.
Can I follow this program if I have had a miscarriage?
 If you have experienced a miscarriage in the past, I am so sorry and I know the pain of this process. I personally experienced a really traumatic miscarriage/ectopic pregnancy shortly after the birth of my daughter. I blogged about the entire process which you can read on my blog if you want. Listen to your doctor’s guidelines on returning to exercise. Sometimes, women are concerned that exercise during pregnancy will cause a miscarriage in the first trimester. There is no evidence-based research that backs this up. If you are concerned about a miscarriage, talk to your doctor or midwife about it. Exercising during pregnancy is recommended by every major pregnancy organization for most pregnant mamas. 
When I purchase Baby Bump, how will it be delivered to me?
Baby Bump is a digital product that will be sent to you in PDF form. When you purchase the program, you will be able to access the program from the Order Confirmation page. You'll also be sent an email with an access link to your Baby Bump program. Once you click your access link, you will be able to view the content in your browser and you will have the option to download it to your computer.
Begin Your Healthy Pregnancy Today!
You're Getting...
Natalie's "Baby Bump" Pregnancy Training Guide (Including Specific Step-By-Step Guidelines For EACH Of Your Trimesters...And An Exclusive BONUS '4th Trimester' For Recovering The RIGHT Way After Delivery)
P.S. - Don't put yourself last for one more minute, as a soon-to-be-mama, you deserve to take care of yourself. 

Take action now and see what a difference this program can make for you and your baby.
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