KT bump Fit
Kathryn knows. Pregnancy? Check. Feeling tired? Check. Hangry, emotional and can’t touch your toes? Check. Kathryn’s been through it all and came out the other side. Staying fit and healthy helps. Kathryn’s new pregnancy video programme contains easy, real, week by week exercises to keep you healthy and fit during pregnancy and beyond.
Most frequent questions and answers
You buy the pregnancy training programme directly through the Pure Results website. Once signed up you will get direct, unlimited access to the Bumpfit members area where all videos are stored.
Train with Kathryn using follow simple, safe along videos which take you from week 8 to week 40
A total of 96 workouts which you have unlimited access to.
You also get the original downloadable PDF guide of the Bumpfit programme which you can print off or have on your desktop
Yes, once you have clearance from your doctor, the guide is designed to teach you how to safely exercise through all 3 trimesters. Kathryn created the Bumpfit programme with personal trainer and mum of 3, Rosin Jones, who specializes in pre and post natal fitness, giving you comfort in the knowledge that you are in safe hands as you move through each trimester.
Exercise during pregnancy has been proven to boost energy, enhance sleep, reduce pregnancy related complications and prepare you for childbirth. Each pregnancy is different. Some women are advised by their doctors not to exercise especially in the early weeks of pregnancy so you must be sure and get clearance from your doctor. Our Bumpfit programme starts at week 8.
We give you 3 easy workouts to complete every week from the comfort of your own home. They average between 25-30 minutes. Each workout will focus on either “legs” or “arms and core”
- A mat
- A chair
- A step / small box for step ups
- Light dumbbells/ filled water bottles
- A swiss ball
- Joints—The hormone relaxin which is made during pregnancy causes your ligaments that support your joints to become more relaxed increasing your risk of injury. So avoid jerky, ohigh-impact moves that can increase stress on your joints.
- Balance—During pregnancy, the extra weight in front of your body shifts your centre of gravity. This places stress on your joints and muscles, especially those in your pelvis and low back. So just be mindful you could become less stable and you are at greater risk of falling.
- Breathing—When you exercise, oxygen and blood flow are directed to your muscles and away from other areas of your body. While you are pregnant, your need for oxygen increases. As your belly grows, you may become short of breath. These changes may affect your ability to do strenuous exercise, and you may need to modify or regress an exercise in order to breathe properly. SO listen to your body and take things at your own pace
- Stay hydrated
- Wearing supportive clothing. Its all about minding your belly and boobs!
- Avoid standing still for extended periods
- Avoid laying on your back, as the uterus presses on the large vein that returns blood to your heart.