Type of exercise

Prenatal, Postnatal, Diastasis Recti, Toning, Core Strength, Cardio, Relaxation, Corrective

Benefits & Member Specials

On this website, you will find a website dedicated to pregnancy and post-baby care, focusing on abdominal safety and Diastasis Recti.  In addition, there are blog posts which offer tips and helpful advice to new mothers, mothers, and pregnant women geared toward abdominal muscle health and family fitness.

You can sign up for a monthly access membership for $14.99 or $129 a year. This lets you gain access to a variety of different levels of exercises, supportive community, and special offers given out through a daily email.

Why It’s Right for You

Fit2B is very family health-oriented. Their program is accessible online, so many mothers who sign up for the program are able to stay at home with the kids and do their core-strengthening exercises. In addition to a personal membership, a family membership is given when you sign up. This means there are workouts for kids as well as adults.

Why It’s Not for You

If you do not have a history of Diastasis Recti, or you are not pregnant, or you are not in need of core-strengthening exercises with an extra level of abdominal awareness and safety, chances are there are other programs that are better focused on your needs.

Men might also find this membership more uncomfortable, as the site is centered more on women’s needs. 

Results Expected

When you sign up, you have access to different levels of the Fit2B’s program. You can start at the beginner levels and work your way up to the advanced levels. There are also programs designed specifically for pregnant women to prevent and help with Diastasis Recti.

Nutrition

There are no specific topics on nutrition present on the website, nor mentioned in the programs description.

Fit2B

You can sign up for a monthly access membership for $14.99 or $129 a year. This lets you gain access to a variety of different levels of exercises, supportive community, and special offers given out through a daily email.

$14.99



Five Pros:
  1. Workout Guidance at Home:

    No need to worry about the kids or going to a gym with daycare! This can be helpful because of some gyms charge extra for the kid care.

  2. Accessibility:

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

  3. Focused Exercise Routines:

    These exercises are put together specifically for pregnant women, or women who have been diagnosed or find they have symptoms of Diastasis Recti. There are several levels that help you work out at your level and specifically target your core.

  4. Support:

    In making any change, especially if exercising is a bigger change for you, support is helpful and statistically proves to be more successful. The community support from Fit2B’s platform is highly recommended by its users.

  5. Additional Services:

    In addition to exercises, the programs offer support through counseling, speaking, and consulting services. There are also several courses they advertise for members and others which are short and affordable. This program is completely dedicated to making a family’s life easier, mostly focusing on Mom.

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

    Membership requires discipline on the part of the member, just like every gym. There is no tracker to make sure the member is keeping up with their progress on the courses and programs.

  2. Focused on a Specific Need:

    Because of the nature of exercise, if you don’t have Diastasis Recti, you might feel like you are in the minority. Men might also find this website a bit uncomfortable, as most of the services are focused on women’s health and exercise; they do have some, but there are a lot more resources available for women.

  3. 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.

  4. Weekly Payment:

    The monthly membership payment is $9.99 ($99 yearly) for access into the videos, which can add up pretty quickly, especially if you don’t have the time to really dedicate yourself to working out.

  5. Extra Support is Limited:

    While the Fit2B’s community is supportive, their blog is usually updated on a monthly basis, and with the smaller population (since it is a targeted population) it is possible if you are struggling and need help, you might not be able to get as much as you need from this site.




8.8 Total Score
Review

On this website, you will find a website dedicated to pregnancy and post-baby care, focusing on abdominal safety and Diastasis Recti. You can sign up for a monthly access membership for $14.99 or $129 a year. This lets you gain access to a variety of different levels of exercises, supportive community, and special offers given out through a daily email. In addition, there are blog posts which offer tips and helpful advice to new mothers, mothers, and pregnant women geared toward abdominal muscle health and family fitness.

Beginner - Advanced
10
Expected results
8
Time per session
8.5
Frequency
8.5
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