Anna Maltby | Fit Pregnancy

Anna Maltby

Anna Maltby is the fitness editor at Fit Pregnancy and Natural Health. Her typical week is scheduled around workouts: One day it's a challenging vinyasa flow, the next it's a solo TRX session and the next she's sweating it out at a high-intensity class. The recovery time in between is spent testing new kale salad recipes and watching Game of Thrones with her two kittens. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, and more of her work can be found at amalt.wordpress.com. She tweets at @amalt and instagrams at @a_malt.

When Wilson isn’t pregnant, hot power yoga at Modo Yoga LA keeps her going—so when her doctors recommended she turn down the heat, Wilson asked Modo director Joe Komar for some at-home sessions. Here are his fave moves.

If you’ve ever seen Casey Wilson on TV, you know she has a great sense of humor. The quirky cutie—who’ll become a mama this spring—cracked us up for three seasons as Happy Endings’ unluckyin- love Penny (catchphrase: “Ahmahhh- zing!”), and she’s now trading zingers with Ken Marino on...

As if it’s not tough enough being put on bed rest (what with the anxiety, the boredom and the discomfort of whatever condition you’re dealing with), chances are you might be feeling a bit physically stir-crazy, too—especially if you were a fitness-loving mom-to-be beforehand. It’s important ...

You’ve seen the sleek, enviable bodies of the A-list new moms Tracy Anderson trains (Gwyneth Paltrow for starters), but you may not have known that 39-year-old Anderson has been pregnant, too—twice! The fitness icon is mom to 16-year-old Sam and 2-year-old Penelope, and she gets it. “I’ve fe...

Ready to start exercising again, but aren't sure where to start? Barre-inspired workouts could be just what you're looking for—they're low-impact, efficient (read: they don't take forever!) and focused on increasing strength and balance in your core. That not only helps you rebuild ...

Whether you’re an experienced marathoner or a newbie who only runs to catch the bus, running could be just the thing to keep you happy and healthy these nine months—if you do it right. “Being active while pregnant helps you stay feeling great and benefits your baby,” says Chris Heuisler, a v...

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