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"Baby Bells" The Fit Pregnancy Workout DVD with or without a KETTLEBELL




Now on Sale for pre-order. Be the first to order your copy of the only pregnancy DVD that gives you the option to use a kettlebell. Check out the trailer below.



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The first workout DVD designed specifically for pregnant women that incorporates kettlebells!
This DVD will help you to stay fit and healthy throughout your pregnancy. All exercises on this DVD provide you with the option to utilize kettlebells, dumbbells, or your body weight depending upon your level of comfort.

DVD Features
- 3 Section Follow Along workout including modifications for all levels and stages of pregnancy
-Warm Up with Joint Mobility exercises
- Cool Down section with safe stabilizing and stretching exercises
- Easy navigation features throughout the DVD

Running time 42 minutes

You can order your copy right here

Comments

Howie Brewer said…
Way to go Lauren!!

Can I be your first customer????
Anonymous said…
Congrats Lauren on the new DVD! Hope all is well and Happy soon to be 2nd bday to Lyla.... and soon to be bday for Baby Brooks-Miller.
Meghan said…
Oh this is too cool, Lauren!!! And perfect timing because my hubby and I want to conceive this summer. I have your first DVD so I can use it up 'till this fall or whenever I need to switch over to the pregnancy workout! I will be pre-ordering tonight.
Lauren said…
Thanks Howie! Wish I could say you were the first. ;-)

Things are moving quickly around here, which is a surprising thing.

Hope you and your family are doing well!!
Lauren said…
Regina,

Things are going well. Any day baby #2 will be here. And yes, Lyla turns 2 this Friday. I just hope I don't have this baby on her birthday. 8-)
Lauren said…
Meghan,

That's great that you and your husband are taking that step. It's pretty crazy, but I wouldn't change anything. You will be able to use the first DVD at least until you are 14 weeks. But it really all depends on how your pregnancy goes.

You can try the other one as well it just might not be as challenging. 8-) Good luck!!!
Franz Snideman said…
Awesome Lauren...looks amazing!

Super high quality.......and what a cool background!

Congratulations!!
Lauren said…
I've been following your blog for a while now and have loved using your dvd this past summer and fall. I got pregnant w my second in October and have been violently sick (I was with my daughter Lily as well). Anyway, I'm in my second trimester- and on good drugs- so I'm thinking of starting to exercise again. Is your baby dvd "light" enough for me to use even though I haven't exercised (seriously) in 3 months? If so, I'll definitely order it...

And congrats on having another girl! I have my ultrasound next week but we probably won't find out the gender. I'm really hoping for another girl. And I'm due just a few weeks before Lily's second b-day. We have so many things in common :)
Lauren said…
Lauren,

Wow we do have lots in common! A girl name Lily and almost 2. My Lyla is 2 on Jan 23rd. Congratulations on your pregnancy. I am so sorry you have been so sick but glad you are feeling better. As long as you have the doctors approval to start exercising again, Baby Bells DVD has great modifications. You can use a very light weight or even no weight if that's what your body is telling you to do. I have provided alternatives for many of the exercises to keep it "light" when necessary.

Hope that helps with your decision to get yourself back in to moving again. Getting back in the swing of things will start making you feel better. Good luck with your ultrasound. Feel free to shoot me an email if you have more questions. Lauren@socaltrainer.com

Take care,

Lauren
david said…
Lauren, how tall are you?

(Random, I know)
Lauren said…
David,

I'm 5' 3. Very small girl!
david said…
Only an inch shorter than my girlfriend who is using your articles!
I'm very impressed. This should give women an idea of what they are capable of during pregnancy.

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Anonymous said…
I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


Ruth

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This dvd is great! I used it during my first pregnancy. I also used Erin Obrien's Complete Pregnancy Fitness Dvd.

http://www.post-pregnancyworkout.com/index.php/pregnancy-exercise-dvd-complete-pregnancy-fitness-with-erin-obrien

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