Knocked Up Fitness

Type of exercise

Prenatal, Postnatal, Personal trainer, Cardio, Core Strength, Pilates, Yoga, Diastasis Recti, Fat loss, Toning

Benefits & Member Specials

Knocked Up Fitness is an online platform for the fitness instruction of Erica Ziel and her crew. She is a personal trainer who specializes in working with pregnant women. She works with a lot of Pilates-inspired moves to help moms keep fit before, during, and after pregnancy. There was no price listed for this, largely because the price would depend on your condition and also your needs.

Membership is free to sign up, but the program itself is paid for a one-time fee starting at $299. With the extras, it can be up to $325. You can also do online training session with Erica. 

Why It’s Right for You

If you are a pregnant woman looking to keep in shape as your baby grows, or you are a new mom looking to lose the baby weight, this is something that is here to help you reach your goals. Erica is very personal and friendly, and wants to help you out with your fitness regime.

Why It’s Not for You

If you are not pregnant, or a woman looking to get her body back after pregnancy, this is not for you, although it might be a good idea to keep in mind if you might one day experience those conditions.

 This program is not for you if you need an in-person trainer, or one who doubles up as a spotter.

Results Expected

Results vary on your own diligence and the program; it also matters if you are a prenatal or a postnatal exerciser. For the prenatal, it can help you start and maintain a healthy pregnancy; for postnatal, it can help you get your body back and you should see limited results in about 21 days.

Nutrition

When you buy the fitness program, included is a 21-day meal plan for you to follow to make sure you are staying healthy. There are over 50 recipes included in the meal plan, but it is important, especially since you are pregnant or you were pregnant, to check with your doctor or physician to make sure your needs are being met.

Knocked Up Fitness

Membership is free to sign up, but the program itself is paid for a one-time fee starting at $299. With the extras, it can be up to $325. You can also do online training session with Erica.

$299


Five Pros:
  1. Focused Training:

    The workout programs on Knocked Up Fitness are all focused on helping new moms and moms-to-be keep their spirits high while working to get or stay fit.

  2. Videos Individually Sold:

    The workout programs on Knocked Up Fitness are all available for purchase individually, so there is no need to worry about paying for something you don’t use.

  3. Accessibility:

    The membership benefits such as videos and emailed newsletters, along with the website, which can be accessed from any device, including mobile devices.

  4. Quality:

    The videos on the platform are high quality and deliver on the promises for a good workout.

  5. Community Support:

    The Knocked Up Fitness platform is dedicated to giving support and love to their new mom members, making it easier for them to adapt to a new lifestyle with a new baby or new baby on the way.

Five Cons:
  1. A Certain Amount of Discipline is Required:

    Membership requires discipline on the part of the member, just like every gym. The members will get their subscription email, but there is no tracker to make sure the member is keeping up with their programs; it might even be harder than usual, if you are pregnant or have a small infant to take care of.

  2. Injuries or Physical Decline can Hamper Progress:

    If you have medical conditions, it will be hard to start on a level where you will be able to lose weight quickly. Building up muscle and stamina when you have not worked out in a long time, or lead a sedentary lifestyle, it will be harder to get the programs started.

  3. No Gym:

    It can be hard to work out from home while paying a monthly membership fee. If you have a background in working out with machines or weights, you might be better off going to a local gym in order to help meet your preferences and needs. You might also find working out at home with the baby nearby to be challenging.

  4. Little Help with Customization:

    The program is sold as a complete package, and while you can use the materials for your own means, and your goals, there is a limited quality to it that can be hard to fit a mom to be, or a new mother.

  5. No Given Timeline:

    Working out with an infant can be tricky when it comes to figuring out when it is “right” for you or not. You will need to see a doctor or physician if you are unsure about working out. Every pregnancy is different!


7.4 Total Score
Review

Knocked Up Fitness is an online platform for the fitness instruction of Erica Ziel and her crew. She is a personal trainer who specializes in working with pregnant women. She works with a lot of Pilates-inspired moves to help moms keep fit before, during, and after pregnancy. Membership is free to sign up, but the program itself is paid for a one-time fee starting at $299. With the extras, it can be up to $325. You can also do online training session with Erica; there was no price listed for this, largely because the price would depend on your condition and also your needs.

Beginner - Advanced
7
Expected results
7.5
Time per session
6.5
Frequency
8.5
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