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Join classes in Mont Belvieu, La Porte, or both! Both locations require a $35 registration fee, with the option to upgrade to a new member tshirt at $15.
La Porte classes - sign up through laporte.fit4mom.com and pay monthly or for a 10 class pass. Attend classes in La Porte based on your schedule. Add Eagle Pointe classes for only $65/month unlimited all locations.
Mont Belvieu classes through Eagle Pointe Recreation Center- Register each month for Mont Belvieu classes. You can pre register several months in advanced, or wait until the end of each month to enroll.
These classes are free for Eagle Pointe members, and $35 for non members. Either way you get a great deal to join FIT4MOM stroller classes - both Stroller Strides and Stroller Barre for a great price! If you are registered here, you can also add on the La Porte classes for $30/month.
Join Our Village! This is a FREE moms club with play dates, moms night out, community service activities, and online forum discussions.
Create an account and purchase through the links below. Stroller Strides and Stroller Barre - the first class is always free. :)
The best rule of thumb for exercising during pregnancy is LISTEN TO YOUR BODY! If your body is telling you to slow down, then do it. But if your body is feeling great, then continue to work as hard as you feel comfortable. Instead of focusing on what your heart rate is (which is what doctors used to recommend) it is better to rate how you feel on an exertion scale. If 0 is not moving at all and 10 is going “all out”, you should try to keep your exercise between 5-8. Many women find that they can continue to do the same types of exercising they were doing before they were pregnant throughout most of their pregnancy. There are even pregnant women out there running marathons! But if that puts you over an 8 on the scale, you might want to stay away :)
One group of muscles that is really important to focus on during pregnancy is the upper back and shoulders. With the changes in a pregnant woman’s body structure, the shoulders tend to get rounded and the back hunched over. This only gets worse as the baby is born and you are spending time nursing, rocking, reaching into the crib,...more