Whether you are already pregnant, or are still at that stage that you are contemplating pregnancy, now is a good time to think about your health and strength recovery program. Such a training program should take place not long after you give birth.
The Importance of a Postnatal Training Program
Living in Singapore has a lot of perks, specially for those who are about to become new moms. This is because Singapore is well-known globally for having an excellent hospital system, thoroughly modern and patient-friendly.
However, while maternal and neonatal care are amply provided for in this city-state’s hospital system, there are postnatal concerns that need to be addressed through a complementary service, one that has to do with personal training.
A postnatal training program is important because of the tremendous physiological changes that happen to a woman during pregnancy.
There are many medical concerns and issues that get attached to pregnancy, most of which are due to the additional weight that a pregnant woman puts on.
The weight gain is caused in general by the uterus that is becoming enlarged, the fetus that grows, the woman’s placenta, the pregnancy or baby water, the excess fat that a pregnant woman acquires (particularly in the abdominal section), and natural fluid retention.
While most of the things that contribute to the added weight that a pregnant woman carries are removed from her after delivery, the excess fat in the abdominal area, as well in other parts of her body, do not naturally just melt off.
That is the reason that a personal trainer will exert the best of professional efforts to see to it that new moms are:
• encouraged to embark on a supervised weight loss program
• motivated to sustain her post pregnancy efforts to lose weight in order to regain her strength and stay healthy
• helped to understand that her physical condition post pregnancy can be improved through a cooperative effort between herself and her fitness trainer
• made to feel comfortable and accepting about the idea of the necessity to lose weight the earliest that she is able to do so, in order to avoid possible medical conditions and their resultant complications from arising, such as obesity, diabetes, and hypertension (that, if poorly managed, could lead to a...