Pregnancy and training

High-intensity sports such as Freeletics are not suitable for pregnant women – no matter what stage they are in. Techniques, pulse zone and intensity represent an incalculable risk for mother and child – apart from the fact that some movements are no longer possible when the belly reaches a certain size.

After pregnancy, you should begin with Freeletics only after consulting your doctor, because the pelvic floor, abdominal muscles and joints need to recover first. Just how many weeks you should rest after a pregnancy, can only be determined individually by a specialist.

**Individual results may vary. Every person has unique experiences, exercise habits, and eating preferences, and will apply the given information according to their personal situation.

The services and information provided in the context of Freeletics and Freeletics services are neither medical nor a medical consultation. They neither represent a substitute for a medical examination or treatment. If you have any specific questions or doubts about health related matters, we recommend consulting a physician, physiotherapist, dietician or healthcare provider. Please also consider our health information in paragraph 4 of our Terms & Conditions.

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