Welcome to FIT4MOM Camarillo

FIT4MOM is the most comprehensive healthy, lifestyle and fitness resource on the planet. We are so glad you have found us! Our network of moms can help you keep everything in perspective. We help you make healthy choices for you and your family while showing your children the importance of fitness.

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Fit4Baby®

FIT4BABY® is designed specifically for moms-to-be. All exercises are carefully selected to prepare your body for the many changes you will experience during pregnancy. You can begin FIT4BABY at any point during pregnancy as the workouts are scientifically- based, purposeful and designed to accommodate your changing body. The 60-minute workout includes cardio, strength, balance, and flexibility training and ends with a relaxing meditation; everything you need during this precious time!

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Stroller Strides®

Stroller Strides® is a functional, total-body conditioning workout designed for moms with kids in tow. Each 60-minute workout is comprised of strength training, cardio and core restoration, all while entertaining the little ones with songs, activities and fun! Each Stroller Strides instructor is skilled to meet you where you are mentally & physically. You’ll leave class feeling connected, successful & energized. No more mama guilt! This class is all about self care in a supportive and encouraging environment.

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Stroller Barre®

Stroller Barre® is a 60-minute cardio and strength interval class designed to improve posture, stability, and mobility. This workout combines moves inspired by barre, ballet, Pilates, fitness, and yoga to help you regain posture and alignment while strengthening your body from the inside out. Stroller Barre® will help you reconnect with your body, increase flexibility and develop the core strength needed for motherhood.

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Body Back®

Body Back® Transformation is an 8-week result based journey. You will focus on your mind and body improving your overall health and well being. The experience includes high-intensity interval workouts (HIIT) designed to challenge, empower, and recharge you. The program also includes nutrition guidance, supplemental online workouts, accountability, pre and post fitness assessments and support. This journey will reconnect you to your inner strength and encourage you to believe in personal transformation.

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Run Club

Whether you're preparing for an upcoming race or simply enjoy running with other like-minded mamas, Run Club is for you. A program for all levels, Run Club allows you to run, improve your health and fitness, and connect with other moms through two styles of class: Run Clinics which are designed to correct running form and increase speed and agility, and Run Days designed to increase endurance. No running experience required!

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@bowerfamilyds Mackenzie’s #birthstory Part 3 Born at 12:14 pm, 7 lbs 3 oz and 20 inches long. The ped doctor checked her over and pronounced her healthy, they did a quick clean up and brought her over so that I could see my baby up close for the first time. Dennis then went with her to the nursery while the doctor finished with me. After I was sewn up they took me to a recovery room and eventually brought Mackenzie to me. About an hour later they took me to my room were I stayed until Thursday when I was discharged. Thank you Mama for sharing!! #monthofmama

@bowerfamilyds Mackenzie’s #birthstory. Part 2 The nurse was getting a little bit concerned about the contractions being so close together and finally convinced me that an epidural was really the best thing. I was in such pain at that point I agreed. It was probably about 5 or 6 in the morning at this point and my nurse tells me that I've only dialated to 3 cm. 9 hours of labor and I've only dialated 2 cm since I got there. At this point they had requested the epidural and the anesthesiologist showed up at 7 am. After I got the epidural it was such a relief that Dennis and I were both able to sleep for a couple of hours. My nurse meanwhile was still concerned, not only about my contractions but that the baby's heartrate had become elevated and stayed up. The doctor had been to seen me a couple of times, checking my cervix each time. It still hadn't gotten past the 3 cm and the monitor wasn't accurately measuring my contractions. Around 10:30 or so the doctor broke my water. It was dirty meaning the baby had had her first bowel movement in the womb, not good. They then applied internal monitors to the baby and to my uterus to get a better understanding of what was going on. The baby's heartrate showed to be a little lower than they actually thought but still too high for them. My contractions on the other hand were almost off the charts and just wave after wave of them. Mind you, I can't feel any of them. The doctor comes in and tells me that based on my progress, I would be in labor for hours and hours and hours because I was having 8 cm contractions but still only at 3 cm. He said they wanted to do a C-section because the baby was becoming too distressed. While I hadn't wanted to be having a C-section he pointed out that the end result would be the same, I would have a beautiful baby. The hospital staff then went in a quick mood. They stopped my labor, making me jittery as a side effect. Dennis was given operating room "clothing." (Pretty much throw away scrubs) They wheeled me into the operating room and prepped me for surgery, Dennis was brought in and while I was awake the whole time it seemed like it was just minutes before they had Mackenzie out.

@bowerfamilyds #birthstory Part 1 Mackenzie- On Sunday evening, April 29th, Dennis took me to the hospital where my doctor wanted me to get induced. They started the Cervidil around 9 pm. My cervix was at 1 cm and the baby was at -2 station, essentially not very far along. Things went pretty slowly at first, the contractions started off well enough. I was able to sleep until about one in the morning. The nurse checked on me and checked on the Cervidil after which my contractions started getting more frequent and harder. It got to the point that the contractions were a little too much to handle for me. I intended to go the whole labor naturally and at this point knew that I still didn't want an epidural. I knew that there was another medication, Staydal (doubt I spelled it right) which would take the edge off. So they gave me that and when it started to take effect I felt like I was drunk and really sleepy but I was still really feeling the contractions. According to Dennis, who was tremendously helpful the entire labor, he kept telling me to breath through the contractions that were pretty much constant at this point. #monthofmama

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