PreCORE Online Program

Strengthen and improve function of core/pelvic floor to better handle pregnancy demands, delivery and recovery. 

PreCORE Online Program

PreCORE Online Program

Strengthen and improve function of core/pelvic floor to better handle pregnancy demands, delivery and recovery. 

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Program Details

Follow along with Celeste (Medical Exercise Specialist) and Meagan (in her 3rd trimester) as she preps the core/pelvic floor for pregnancy, delivery and recovery. Improve muscle activation, function and strength. PreCORE can be added to your general strength and cardio routine. All of the workouts can be done throughout entire pregnancy.

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Online program purchases can NOT be refunded. 

Program Focus
  • Core Control (breathing, controlling intra abdominal pressure, avoid bulging)
  • Improve Core and Pelvic Floor Strength
  • Inner to Outer Core to Fully Body Core Strength
  • Hip and Pelvic Mobility
  • Great for any trimester (modifications provided)
Program Includes
  • PreCORE Workout Guide
  • 5 PreCORE Workout Videos (modifications provided)
  • 2 Mobility Videos
  • Intro to Ab Sets during Pregnancy Video

What is Covered?

Couch Workout
Couch Workout
  • Strengthen the inner/outer core to full body core with just a couch or bench. Mini band also used.
Mini-Band Workout
Mini-Band Workout
  • Learn ways to improve inner/outer core strength with a mini-band and theraband
Weight Workout
Weight Workout
  • Challenge core stability even more with weights
Gym Ball Workout
Gym Ball Workout
  • Workout the inner/outer core to full body core with the gym ball.
TheraBand Workout
TheraBand Workout
  • Coordinate upper body with core progression using the Theraband
Mobility 1
Mobility 1
Mobility 2
Mobility 2

Frequently Asked Questions

Celeste Goodson
Celeste Goodson Answers
ReCore Fitness founder, pre and post-natal trainer, and ACE Medical Exercise Specialist is here to answer your questions!

Keeping the core and pelvic floor strong during pregnancy helps the body handle the physical demands of pregnancy. With a focus on inner, outer and full body core strength and hip mobility, the body will be better prepared for pregnancy, delivery and recovery ​

As early as you can, but it is never too late. These workouts can be done during any trimester (modifications provided)

The FITsplint is recommend to use as needed for additional support to belly/back/hips in 2nd or 3rd trimester exercises, running or heavier lifting. It is also recommended to use if dealing with any back, bladder, hip or pelvic pain along with doing strengthening exercises

Yes! This will help you maintain core strength even with DR and learn core control to help reduce stress on DR.

Yes! Focus on staying active, doing cardio, general strength training (with core control) and keeping the core and pelvic floor strong with PreCORE. Work on breathing and hip mobility with PreCORE as you prepare for birth. Use the FITsplint as needed for support during strenuous activity or when dealing with a large diastasis, back, bladder or hip/pelvic pains.

Possibly, but all women get some degree of DR by end of 3rd trimester. There are also a lot of factors that contribute to DR, some that we cannot control. The main focus should be to keep core strength up and learn core control. The Maternity FITsplint also can be worn to help reduce stress on DR

Yes this program is helpful for those with prolapse issues, as they are low impact and teach core control, however get clearance from physician. As with any exercise, avoid exercises that bring on those symptoms. Many can have prolapse and have no symptoms. It is important to do what you can and help maintain core strength, control and function. If you do get heaviness symptoms, modify or change the exercise. Seeing a pelvic floor therapist during pregnancy is highly recommended.

Diffuculty of weight/bands will vary among users, but listed below is a general idea Light to medium Therabands, Light, medium or heavy Mini-band, Weights 8-20 lbs (10-15 lbs average), Gym ball, and Small (9") ball (or pillow)

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