Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Knocked Up Fitness After Baby DVD Workout Review @KnockedUpFit @sgpr_news

                                         



There has been no secret here that I will be having a baby very soon. I will be having a scheduled c section due to previous complications. I will have to wait at least 6 weeks before I can resume any fitness activity. 

I plan to use Knocked Up Fitness After Baby 2 DVD Set plus Bonus Workout Booklet



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After Baby 2 DVD Set plus Bonus Workout Booklet – Preselling Now!


Party of 5 received the After Baby DVD set to review and I cannot wait until I can resume normal activity!

Go from Knocked-up to Knock Out with over 2 hours of workouts to mix and match to form your own! From Knocked-Up to Knock Out workouts focus on toning, sculpting, and conditioning your entire body, with an emphasis on strengthening your pelvic floor and deep core muscles. Whether you’ve just had a baby or it’s been many year, these workouts (10 of them!) are designed to get you feeling great and looking amazing! DVD 1 eases you into beginner and intermediate workouts with core exercises focusing on kegels, not crunches. Workouts include arm sculpting, functional squats and full-body, Pilates-infused exercises. Once you are ready, DVD 2 will motivate you to the next level with intermediate and advanced workouts. These exercises will challenge your core while rebuilding your abdominal strength. Includes butt and leg sculpting, plyo exercises, cardio intervals, and advanced full-body, Pilates-infused workouts. Bonus Workout Booklet included, with 18 ways you can mix and match the workouts to form the appropriate beginner, intermediate, or advanced workouts plus extra tips to go from Knocked-up to Knock Out!” -

The DVD set retails for $38.99 and can be purchased HERE 


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