WHO THIS IS FOR:
- Women who are in IVF and are told to do low impact exercises while on a cycle
- Women who overstimulate but want to workout leading up to a retrieval
WARNIG: I am not a doctor. The advice I am providing is from my own experience. You must listen to your body and do what is right for your treatment. Of course consult your doctor before participating in any of the exercises, if they give you the go-ahead, indulge and enjoy!
I wrote about working out a while back, check it out HERE. What makes me qualified to chat about workouts? I am a 200 RYT yoga instructor but more importantly, I am a work out nut. Prior to IVF I went hard, really hard with HIIT workouts. That unfortunately has changed over the past 1.5 years because of IVF and a big ol’ broken big toe. Speaking of which, I learned yesterday that I may never run again… add that to the file of shit I have been handed as of late. But I digress… the workouts below have a big impact with a few small movements.
This post is focused on TRX workouts. If you haven’t taken a TRX class, I recommend finding one in your city. Definitely let your instructor know if you can’t do high impact exercise because of doctors orders. Some classes use jumping (usually with squats) but you could easily modify with regular squats.
If you cant make a class, here are some great circuits to try. I recommend using the app Seconds so that you can have consistent circuits.
See them in action here: https://www.trxtraining.com/train/exercises