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Pregnancy Barre with Britany

If you’re currently pregnant and interested in trying Brit’s program, it’s essential you receive clearance from your healthcare provider before you begin. Pregnancy Barre with Britany is a great way to feel strong and stay active from bump through to birth, with low-intensity barre workouts designed with your changing body in mind. This program was designed during Brit’s own pregnancy, with her vision of helping other expectant mothers looking for a way to stay active and feel strong throughout pregnancy.

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Britany Williams

I’m Britany, a NASM certified personal trainer, HIIT and barre instructor from Portland, Oregon. I became Sweat’s first Barre instructor in 2019 and have a range of fun and challenging barre, strength and pregnancy programs you can choose from.

  • Three weeks of workouts per trimester

  • 20-30 minute workouts

  • Low-intensity barre

  • Take it at your own pace

  • All workouts are optional

Program Overview

Each trimester there are three weeks of low-intensity prenatal workouts, so you can pick and choose workouts at your own pace until your next trimester or repeat the entire three-week journey multiple times. 

You’ll have a combination of optional lower, upper and full-body barre workouts each week that combine barre exercises designed for pregnant women, alongside optional low-intensity cardio sessions. 

Each workout will take you 20-30 minutes to complete, and a warm-up and cool-down are also included before and after every resistance session.

The workouts are not progressive from week to week, so you don’t have to worry about completing things out of order or going backwards by switching between weeks.

After finishing each trimester of Pregnancy Barre workouts, you’ll be prompted in the Sweat app to choose between repeating the trimester, moving to the next trimester, or changing your program.

The cardio sessions are low-intensity steady-state (LISS), and you can choose to do low-impact cardio such as walking, swimming or cycling during these sessions. The recovery sessions are focused on areas such as lower back relief, hip mobility, and upper back and neck relief.


What you’ll need

Pregnancy Barre with Brit can be followed at home or in the gym and has been designed to help you keep your body moving, feel strong and focus on posture and alignment throughout your pregnancy with minimal equipment. If you don’t have a chair, you can use a bench or ottoman. Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

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