The Pregnancy Workout That Can Make Childbirth Easier – Ep 100

The Pregnancy Workout That Can Make Childbirth Easier – Podcast Ep 100

birthPublished January 9, 2023

by Nina Spears

The Baby Chick®: Pregnancy, Birth & Postpartum Expert


Today, we are honored to have pre and postnatal fitness expert Brooke Cates with us on our podcast. Brooke is the Founder and CEO of The Bloom Method, a Certified Personal Trainer, Pre & Postnatal Corrective Exercise Specialist, Diastasis Recti & Core Rehabilitation Specialist, and Pre & Postnatal Holistic Health Specialist. Her knowledge and experience are truly impressive. Brooke created The Bloom Method with a desire to empower women through movement before, during, and after their pregnancies. And she and her company are doing just that.

In this episode, Brooke is chatting with us about the pregnancy workout that can make childbirth easier. That’s right! Brooke recognized gaps in the mainstream and pregnancy fitness worlds and has created labor training, functional exercise movements, and innovative core techniques to keep women strong and thriving through pregnancy, birth, and motherhood. She also shares many more helpful tips and wisdom in this episode that will leave you feeling more confident in your birthing journey.

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