“Kinesis is a mix of core, strength, endurance, interval training, balance and cardio, so new moms get an all-over workout,” says Lia Pulver, fitness director at Camelback Village Racquet & Health Club in Phoenix. It also helps correct baby-induced body imbalances (psst!: Carting baby around on one hip can cause tightness).
The class, which runs 30, 45 or 60 minutes, centers around the Kinesis device, a four-station pulley system. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find the facility nearest you.
Modifications: The small class size (10 people, max) means one-on-one attention and customized modifications.