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Welcome to your new prenatal & postnatal fitness & wellbeing coach! Stay fit, eat well & live more mindfully in pregnancy & beyond with Baby2Body.

Curated all by the best pre and postnatal experts and trusted by millions of women across the globe, Baby2Body is your one-stop shop when it comes to healthy lifestyle guidance you can trust. The tips, workouts, recipes and mindfulness exercises are all tailored to your stage, goals and personal preferences.

-Tailored pregnancy workout plans
-Bespoke fitness programs for new mothers
-Nutrition guidance & delicious recipes
-Wellbeing coaching & podcasts, visualizations & exercises
-Pelvic floor & breathing exercises
-Digestible information on your baby’s growth and development
-The Baby2Body community & forum

Baby2Body is free to download and comes with lots of free features including one bespoke workout every week, daily personalized tips, breathing & pelvic floor exercises, motivation quotes, access to the community and much more.

The app also has the option to upgrade to Premium. Premium acts as your nutritionist, personal trainer and wellbeing coach ALL-IN-ONE so you can take healthy living to the next level. With Premium you get up to 7 bespoke workouts every week, nutritious recipes, confidence visualizations and articles from industry experts. You can try premium for free with our exclusive 7 day trial! Here’s what our users are saying about premium:

“I am feeling so fantastic and proud of what I have accomplished so far. I paid for three months of the extra workout features, and I’m really glad I did. Definitely worth it. I’ll be recommending this app to my pregnant friends for sure!!” (bcstu, 5 Stars)

“I’m doing my free trial now and I LOVE it! Costs way less than a gym membership and the exercises are keeping my heart rate elevated without working that hard. I’m already pretty fit so having this get my heart rate up during my first trimester is really impressive!” (Sara, 5 Stars)

“This is by far the best pregnancy workout app i’ve tried! Excited to try the postnatal fitness program to get back into shape.” (Laura, 5 Stars)

Follow us on Instagram for extra inspiration, helpful hacks and tips from mamas around the world! @baby2bodyofficial

If you choose to purchase Baby2Body Premium, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within the 24 hours before the current period ends. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. The current Baby2Body Premium subscription costs is $11.99 USD/month. Prices are in US dollars, may vary in countries other than the US, and are subject to change without notice. If you don’t choose to purchase Baby2Body Premium, you can simply continue using the app for free. After the trial ends there is a recurring monthly payment and your subscription can be managed in your iTunes account settings. Your subscription can be cancelled for the following month at any time.

See terms & conditions: http://baby2body.com/terms/ and privacy policy: http://baby2body.com/privacy/.

What’s New

Version 2.8.6

We have a new section for you… Actually we have TWO!

Firstly say hello to the Zen Den! Where can I get tips on how to sleep better? Zen Den. Where can I find ways to boost my energy? Zen Den. Where do I go to practice mindfulness and do breathing exercises. Yes you guessed it, it’s the Zen Den. This new section is your home for everything wellbeing and here to support your mental health through the ups and downs of pregnancy and motherhood.

Last in order but not of importance we have the Kitchen! This section is packed with delicious recipes and nutritional information tailored to your week! Even better, we’ve just added 9 new recipes from HelloFresh’s (and free!) Balanced Collection recipes in the app.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.6K Ratings
1.6K Ratings
cprado23 ,

Edit* improved

Edit**** the developers heard our concerns the glitches have been fixed. Since it’s a new app there’s always room for improvement. Some exercises are missing equipment needed before it starts. For example there’s some workouts where I’ve needed a mat since there’s floor stretching but it didn’t have it in the equipment needed. But it do enjoy that the model doing the exercises is the same stage of pregnancy as I am to ensure the safety of the movements.

Edit**** they added demonstrations before workout but a lot of times during the demonstrations it glitches and when it goes to the workout it will jump to half the workout or finishes and goes to the next**** hope they fix it

I love the app, started using it as I entered my second trimester and had to slow down from my regular HIIT workouts. However, I do feel it needs a bit more time between workouts to either grab the weights or put them down. I end up missing the first few reps. It seems that it’s the same workouts weekly which I thought would be different as my growing belly will get in the way of some. And wish there were some more weight training for upper body workouts. Other than that love the exercises and videos

Developer Response ,

Hi cprado23! We're so happy to hear you're enjoying the app so far - and the good news is we'll soon be making modifications to the Fitness Studio workouts to allow for more transition time! Additionally - the workouts do change as you progress through pregnancy to meet the needs of your changing body shape. They may not drastically change from one week to the next in terms of the types of moves, but as you get farther into your pregnancy you'll notice that the workouts will adjust with you. I hope this helps to know!

2222344556 ,

Good exercises but long awkward video pauses

I downloaded the app for the workouts and really new to the app, but first impressions are.... the exercises are great, but the transitions between each exercise are awkward. While the video example is great to have, they just start way too late! There seems to be a long pause where the model isn’t doing anything, like she’s almost waiting for the voice over to explain before she starts, so by the time she shows you what to do, half the time of the exercise clock has run out. I’d recommend the model should already be in action doing the exercise routine right from the second the time starts (not 5-10 seconds in). I also think the cool down is too long (almost as long as the main session, I’d rather send more time in the main session. I’m going to keep using the app for now and see if I get use to the awkward pauses and maybe as I get further along I’ll appreciate them, but for not completely sold in this so look at other options too.

Developer Response ,

Hi there! We're so happy you're liking the app so far, and we do want you to know that you can turn off the exercise preview between exercises! We're working on some improvements to the preview right now that will adjust the delay you're seeing, but in the meantime, you can turn off the previews by going into the settings menu, in the top right corner of the Fitness Studio. We also really appreciate your feedback on the cool downs - we'll be looking at those to see how we can update and improve!

TMammoser ,

Seems Unfinished...

I, at first, fell in love with this app for the weekly circuit workouts. They were a perfect addition to walking and yoga during my pregnancy. However, there isn’t sound and they don’t include transition time in between exercises so I had to be prepared to makeup those missed reps later. Well, now in my third trimester the circuits stopped. Are they not done creating them yet? So now I’ve tried using the MyFitnessStudio portion and the workout orders are not correct. Today I did a workout that went from warm-up, to cool down, and then the workout. Do the creators not test these out before they post them? Also who creates these workouts? One had a lot of bridge exercises so I was on my back for a long time and then there was reclined twists which can be unsafe. I hope they have certified instructors creating these workouts because women are trusting you. Review your own app Baby2Body so you know you are charging women for the app you are intending to give them.

Developer Response ,

Hi TMammoser, thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts on the app! We wanted to follow up on the points you referenced, just to provide clarification. The weekly circuit workouts were originally built as our fitness offering - but the feedback we received was that people wanted more variety throughout the week via a customizable workout plan. Which is why we created the complete Fitness Studio! We had not yet filmed and created the third trimester circuit workouts, so that's why you don't see them anymore. However, there are now 7 unique workouts every single week in the fitness studio for all of pregnancy (including the third trimester!). Thank you for bringing the workout ordering issue to our attention - we are looking for the exact glitch and will be fixing right away - right now it looks like that just impacted one particular workout. There are over 300 different workouts on the fitness studio and I have personally tested them all - but seems as if I missed a small error - my apologies! So you know - all workouts have been created and approved as pregnancy-safe (for each trimester) by Baby2Body CEO and Founder Melinda Nicci. Melinda is a Sport Psychologist and a professional fitness trainer with specific qualification in prenatal and postnatal exercise. She's been a specialist and PT in this space for nearly 25 years! Thank you for voicing your concerns on the safety of the exercises - and we do cover all considerations throughout the Baby2Body content experience. Just to provide further clarification on why these moves are considered safe as long as you experience no pain: the bridge exercises you see in the third trimester keep you in a lifted position and therefore not placing pressure directly on your back. Keep in mind that you can lie on your back for a period of time and do no harm to your or baby. The concern is added pressure placed on a large artery in your back, and that partially blocked blood flow can make you dizzy after a while. If this ever happens, all you need to do is roll to your left side and wait for any dizziness to pass before slowly sitting up. Bridge workouts are a great way to target your glutes and hip stabilizing muscles, without having to be in a position that requires a lot of balance during your later stages of pregnancy (which can prove difficult!) but you are also not placing that direct pressure on your back as your glutes are engaged and your abdomen is lifted. We do carefully create these workouts so that you are never on your back for an extended period of time that could cause dizziness or lightheadedness. As far as the reclined spinal twist stretch - it is supposed to be a gentle stretch that targets your gluteal (or butt) and lower back muscles. There should be no vigorous abdominal twisting (which we definitely advise against) but instead a gentle, comfortable stretch to target those hard to reach muscles. I do hope this helps! If you have any further questions or feedback for us, please reach out to team@baby2body.com. All the best, Caitlin - VP of Content Strategy


Baby2Body Limited
138.9 MB
Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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