Mind, Body, Bump

Mind, Body, Bump

The complete plan for an active pregnancy

Brit Williams

$22.00

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"What a brilliant book for expectant mums! If you have enjoyed training – especially strength training – before your pregnancy, Mind, Body, Bump will be an insightful and inspiring support as you transition to training for two." - Tamara Hill-Norton, founder of Sweaty Betty

Power up your pregnancy with this unique prenatal training plan.

Keeping active throughout pregnancy is incredibly beneficial for both you and your baby, helping to alleviate less glowing symptoms, aid labour and postnatal recovery, as well as contribute to healthy fetal development. 

Fitness guru Brit Williams has developed month-by-month workouts to support your body and bump at every stage of your pregnancy. Adaptable for all fitness levels, these exercises can be practised at home, outside in the park or in the gym with a few items of equipment or just your own bodyweight.

With lifestyle advice including tips on mental wellbeing, sleep and nutrition, reading this book is like having a personal trainer and cheerleader by your side on every step of this immeasurably rewarding journey. 

Brit Williams is one of London’s most sought-after personal trainers and founder of Fit Brit Collective. As a new mama herself, Brit is passionate about sharing the empowering benefits of an active pregnancy.

 


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Brit Williams:

Brit Williams is one of London’s most sought-after personal trainers and feels passionately about motivating people to use exercise as a resource for an empowered life. 

While pregnant with her first child, Brit encountered endless conflicting advice about prenatal exercise. This experience struck Brit as confusing for women, particularly when hard scientific evidence has repeatedly confirmed that an active pregnancy results in a healthier mum and healthier baby both before and after childbirth. Having trained throughout her pregnancy and enjoyed movement as a means of physical and mental preparation for labour and motherhood, Brit is determined to share her pregnancy-positive message and unique strength training programme with expectant mothers.

Prior to setting up Fit Brit Collective in 2016, Brit was a fitness journalist writing for some of the leading wellness and lifestyle publications in the UK and US. A bubbly Canadian, Brit now lives in South West London with her husband and daughter.
 

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