What To Expect When You’re Expecting: The Workout DVD {Giveaway}

What to Expect when your expecting (workout)If you are expecting be sure to check out the new “What To Expect When You’re Expecting: The Workout DVD” inspired by the York Times best selling book, What to Expect When You’re Expecting by Heidi Murkoff.  This DVD is a must have for all moms-to-be!

This workout DVD features the ultimate pregnancy workout program that has been designed to maintain your fitness level for the nine months of your pregnancy.  The DVD offers multiple mix and match routines that can be customized to fit your own growing body.

There is a little bit of cardio, stretch exercises and of course strength workouts, including bonuses like desk exercises for when you are at work!

The routines are just 10 minutes each and you can mix and match them, wonderful when you don’t have a lot of extra time during the day.  The Stretch & Relax workout is also fabulous and highly recommended!

“What To Expect When You’re Expecting: The Workout DVD” is available now for the suggested retail price of $14.98. You can get your own copy now!

What to Expect When you are Expecting Work out DVD

 The Workouts


· BAREFOOT & PREGNANT: Enjoy this gentle Pilates-based workout that focuses on balance, muscle strength and circulation.
· BABY BUMP BOOT CAMP: Back-to-basics training to build stamina and strength for a healthier pregnancy.
· BABY STEPS: Bust some baby moves with this sexy, fun, easy-to-follow dance routine.

· CUTE TO THE CORE: Fight aches, pains and flab while keeping your abs and hips strong and toned with Pilates-based moves.
· BUNS IN THE OVEN: Target-tone your buns with this total-body workout designed to firm up your legs, buns and thighs.

Stretch & Relax:
· MIND, BODY & BABY: Practice gentle yoga moves to help rejuvenate your aching body and tight muscles.

Special Features

· Working This Workout – preview
· Exercise Smarts – tips and exercise advice from Heidi
· Your Main Squeeze – kegel exercises
· Workstation Workout – exercises at the office/desk
· Bouncing Baby Ball – utilizing a stability ball

Win it: One lucky US/CAN reader will win a copy of What To Expect When You’re Expecting: The Workout DVD”. Enter to win below via Rafflecopter. Good Luck Everyone!

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Disclosure: I received a sample of a product to facilitate this post. No other compensation was provided and all views and opinions stated on this post are 100% my own.

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Founder and Writer at One Smiley Monkey blog
Hi, my name is Angela van Tijn and I live in Vancouver, Canada with my wonderful husband, our two boys and our puppy. I am the founder and primary contributor behind One Smiley Monkey. Welcome to my blog!

51 responses to “What To Expect When You’re Expecting: The Workout DVD {Giveaway}”

  1. I would love to exercise regularly but I’m just too busy. However with baby #2 on the way I would find time for this workout.

  2. I do not, but I really need to start!

  3. No, I don’t exercise regularly.

  4. I don’t, but I should 😉

  5. I try and exercise regularly and would like to Increase my exercise.

  6. I usually do but have slacked off recently

  7. Exercise maybe 5 times a week. Pretty regularly.

  8. I try to do YouTube workout videos everyday and run at least 3 times a week.

  9. I chase after kids but no not as regularly as I should. I will definitely need to in a few months to get this baby weight off!

  10. Yes, I do!

  11. I am on a skating team in the winter but haven’t a clue what I will do once the season ends in March

  12. No, but obviously I should be and need to!

  13. Unfortunately not regularly but I do move around quite a bit.

  14. I do pilates twice a week and go to the regular gym once a week.

  15. Yes!! I need to!

  16. I try to

  17. No I don’t workout due to disability but I know someone who would like this.

  18. I try to and will do better in 2013

  19. No, but I’ve been meaning to start! 🙂

  20. I don’t regularly – it’s really hit and miss at the moment.

  21. No I don’t

  22. no but i should

  23. I unfortunately don’t take enough time to exercise often enough. When my first was born I took long walks several times a week, which worked out well with a stroller. However, now that the cold is here, and I’m back to work I’m finding it much more difficult to get out.

  24. Not as much as I should.

  25. I try to, but it can be hard to keep on top of

  26. I don’t, but I need to lose baby weight

  27. Not regularly, but when I can.

  28. I go for regular long walks about 5km’s

  29. not really since i am pregnant with # 2 and have alot of pain.

  30. i really don’t…

  31. No, but I’ve told myself I need to start!

  32. I do exercise regularly – I did before I was pregnant, and now that I’m at 13 weeks, I still do, although I have stopped doing certain things that were a bit more heavy duty. Would love this dvd to supplement walks on the treadmill and other training that I do!

  33. I try to exercise a couple times a week, but often end up slacking off… life seems to get in the way.

  34. Yes, I exercise at least three times a week!

  35. As much as I can which means never.

  36. I dont, but I should

  37. I try to, it’s more like 2x’s a week

  38. I would love to give this to my daughter who is expecting my first grand child.

  39. I do not exercise early

  40. i try to workout as much as i can

  41. i try to but life’s usually too busy, there already isn’t enough hours in the day

  42. I go at least 3 times a week to the gym

  43. i exercise every morning – no matter what

  44. I walk on the treadmill daily

  45. Not regularly, but I try to at least once a week 🙂

  46. The only work out I get is filling out all these (facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, Newsletter, Fence, Comments, etc.) entrys. What happen to the good old times, 1 entry?

    Thank you…Single Dad Danny


  47. no but I probably should…

  48. i do not and i am very big and need to

  49. In the morning…cardio

  50. I exercise a few times a week

  51. No, just very active.

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