Here's the deal with MommaStrong… and why you're about to be happier than Richard Simmons in a sequin shop.
Each program keeps in mind where you are in your journey and takes the time to address your mind as well as your body. You will learn why your body is doing what it does and get short workouts (5-15 min) that will address specific problems you may encounter along the way. Peeing on yourself? We got you. The pooch that won't quit? Don't worry, we know. Glutes that forgot they existed? Time to wake up, booty.
When you have a question, need to get something off your chest or just need a helping hand—you will find it in the MommaStrong community. These are some of the smartest, kindest, most genuine people you will ever know. They have been through it or are going through it right now and are at the ready to help a fellow Momma. And talk about inclusive...these Mommas love one and all. No judgement EVER.
All workouts are 15-minutes or less, all are online, and all are available 24/7. All you need is wifi and a wee bit of gumption.
We take care of the rest, because—holy guacamole—you're busy and overloaded already.
Want to know more? No more reading, just watch the video to get a feel for the program.
"I wanted to point out that Courtney is basically a magician. I am not young and *currently* not in shape and whenever I try other workouts, it ends badly. Beach Body - knees shot for a week, yoga - writsts and back shot for a week. Somehow MS workouts are super high intensity and my body never complains afterwards. Seriously, the website is golden."
"I have had many injuries. What makes Mommastrong so accessible to me is not only the fact that it's any 15 minutes in my own space, but also that Courtney gives modifications for people of all levels of fitness and health to make it accessible so that I can get stronger without hurting myself."
"Mommastrong removes the barriers to making time for your wellbeing, and makes it easy to pick up and start over even if you "miss" a day (or many!). Plus, since I've realized that Mommastrong was something I could do WITH my toddler, rather than struggling to find time to myself to exercise, it became even easier to keep going - and turned it into time for us to play, too. The small number of minutes I spend on Mommastrong makes a HUGE difference in the rest of my day. I can tell there are physical benefits to my body, but honestly it's the cleared mind and the sense of accomplishment that carries me through to the next workout. "
"As a mom, one of my biggest struggles is finding ways to take care of myself. And as a physical therapist, one of my biggest struggles is finding an exercise program that's enjoyable and doesn't disregard my medical training. MommaStrong awesomely does both! Her focus on the core and pelvic floor musculature is the same as what I do with my patients. Plus, her realistic expectations of motherhood, and the mantra of "beginning again" and "winning ugly" really help me to be the best mom I can be."
"After my first pregnancy, I wanted so badly to get back into exercise. But I felt like I could not fit exercise back into my life. Between work, nursing/pumping, and sleep, carving out time for the gym seemed completely impossible. Then I found MommaStrong. To be honest, I thought it would be cheesy. But it was so affordable, and came with such great recommendations, that I gave it a chance. I would never have guessed that I could get a "real workout" in 15 minutes at home, with no fancy equipment, and with a one year old crawling all over me. But it's totally possible. And Courtney's whole approach has legitimately changed my attitude to exercise. The format of MommaStrong is pure genius and the perfect way to form a healthy and sustainable habit."
"I love the workouts because they fit so well into my life and the variety keeps me interested. But I also really love Courtney's personality. She's upbeat, funny, and doesn't take herself too seriously. I love that she laughs in every workout, and I just feel really upbeat and positive, even when I'm planking (which I hate with every fiber of my being)."