Navigating through the vast amount of information when you’re pregnant can be exhausting! How do you know what and who to believe? Are you going to harm your baby if you continue working out? What is normal? How do I best prepare for Labor? When can I get back into the gym? These are the questions active Moms want answers to. As co-owner of BirthFit, Kat Grosshaupt brings over 10 years of experience working with pregnant and postpartum women. She has 2 children, is a birth Doula and HypnoBirthing practitioner as well as a CrossFit coach. Kat has attended over 68 births and taught nearly 500 couples in the Austin area. She, along with her partner Dr. Lindsey Mathews, own and operate BirthFit to educate and empower women to stay safe and healthy throughout pregnancy and into parenthood.
If you are pregnant, thinking about getting pregnant, a coach or anyone who works with pregnant women in the fitness industry – THIS is for you!
Workbook with important resources and content
Modifying workouts safely
Pregnancy and Postpartum Nutrition
Fetal Positioning and Labor prep
The Mind/Body connection in Labor
Getting back into the gym: Postpartum timelines and guidelines
Saturday, March 22nd 9am-1pm
@ CrossFit Central Burnet | 6205 Burnet Road
WHO IS THIS FOR?
Any and everyone who is looking to increase their gymnastics movements through better body awareness/leverage, technique and progression practice. Level 2 registrants must have a handstand kick up on the wall and a kipping pull-up. If they do not, Level 1 is recommended.
Gymnastics is the direct level above Nutrition in our Crossfit Pyramid of Fitness. It is the foundation for all other movements and translates to every aspect of our health and fitness more than most of realize. We believe gymnastics skill and ability is a crucial aspect to any sport performance.
Gymnastics Workshop: Level 2
@ CrossFit Central Burnet Rd.
10:30am – 1:00pm
Limited to 20 People
$75 Per Person
PRE-REQUISITES: must be able to complete kipping pull-ups and kick up to the wall for a handstand push up
Toes to Bar
Ring Muscle-ups (Transitions, Ring Dips, Ring Kip, Bands)
PLUS a Mini WOD