"Finally finished the 28 Day programme. Vital statistics:
An absolute winner of a programme and think how much more I'd have lost if I'd followed the meal plan religiously! Hubby too difficult for that but I was fanatical about healthy breakfasts and smoothies and really focused on eating healthily for most days. Eeek the odd takeaway snuck in as did a few glasses of wine and cake!!! I am so grateful to Sarah and I'll definitely dip into these sessions from time to time in the future! xxx"
- Kajsa Lisabet
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Absolutely. You do not need any previous dance/ballet experience and the workouts are suitable for all levels of fitness (provided you are fit and healthy and have your GP's consent to exercise).
The recipes in the meal plans can be adapted to accommodate vegans and vegetarians. Most of the recipes are gluten and dairy free (apart from those containing egg).
This course is self-study and can be done any time. You can start when you feel ready, do just 10-15 minutes exercise a day and repeat the programme as many times as you like.
You can start whenever you like!
The only things you will need are a yoga mat for comfort and a tennis ball (which we use in the tension release exercises).
It is important to exercise safely (possibly under supervision by an instructor) during pregnancy, especially if you are considering a new type of exercise. Due to the online nature of this course, it is not advisable to join while pregnant. Some of the floor work is done reclining on your back and ladies in their second and third trimesters should not be in this position. It would be better to find a local class with an experienced instructor who can monitor you while exercising, to be safe.
It is advisable to wait at least 3 months postpartum before starting a new fitness regime. Special care must be taken regarding the type of exercise you do, especially the type and intensity of abdominal exercises, due to the changes in the abdominal wall and pelvis. Sometimes during pregnancy there is a separation of the Linea Alba (the central line between the Rectus Abdominis muscles) causing a condition called diastasis recti.
So you MUST see your GP BEFORE starting a new activity in the 3 months after childbirth.
If you have an injury, diastasis recti, or any other health condition, you should always speak to your general practitioner before beginning any exercise, fitness or nutrition regime.
You should consult with a general practitioner before beginning any exercise, fitness, or nutrition regime, especially if you are pregnant, or have pre-existing health conditions. Your use of the videos inside this challenge and performance of these exercises is solely at your own risk.
Due to the digital nature of this course, all sales are final.
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