You have welcomed your new bundle of joy into the world and don’t have as much time for yourself as you would like, so exercise falls to the bottom of the list. For many women, it can be difficult to get back into a regular, pre-pregnancy workout routine – whether it is lack of time or energy. FitMama Pro realizes this and has a 5-minute fitness routine just for you.
How it works
FitMama Pro provides exercise routines that can take just five or ten minutes, you choose the time. Then just pick the area to concentrate on whether it is your upper, middle, or lower body section. The app then walks you through each exercise with visual and audio instructions. At any point during the exercises, you can quickly pause the app and check out the right and wrong ways to do them. You can also start slow using the speed regulator which offers slow, normal, or fast options. There are over 20 exercises in all.
Get your body back
Many mommies can much easier squeeze a short, few-minute workout routine into a day with a new baby than a long, intensive one. Plus, FitMama Pro lets you track your progress over time by showing you how many workouts you have completed over the month or week. Even for moms who did not work out regularly before the baby, this provides a good way to shed the pounds and get certain body sections to the shape they were before.
Thoughts on the app
Providing short workouts when just getting back to normal exercise is the smartest way to go for many new moms. Choosing the body zone, pace, and being able to see right and wrong ways of doing the exercises make this a nice fitness app. I’ve been there and it can take time to get your body back in shape after having a baby. This app lets you take it as fast or as slow as you like, which is great. It also explains things well and does not require any registration.
FitMama Pro is designed for iPhone and iPad and available for $3.99 on the App Store. There is also a free version, FitMama, if you would like to give it a try before you buy. The free version contains ads, less exercises, and subscription in-app purchases which require registration.