A pregnant mom through all 3 trimesters (barring any serious health conditions) or a mother with a newborn up to 12 months of age.
Numerous studies have shown that regular exercise before, during and after pregnancy has a wide range of benefits for both the mother and baby. Miscarriage has not been associated with levels of physical activity or exercise habits among pregnant women. The goal of physical fitness during pregnancy should be to maintain fitness, not maximize it, or improve health by introducing moderate levels of fitness that are safe for both mom and baby and take into account special considerations for pregnant women, such as increased levels of the hormone relaxin, which relaxes the joints. Postpartum exercise has also received a large amount of research attention, showing significant benefits to both the mother and child.
(NOTE: fitness training may not be suitable in the presence of certain medical conditions. This will be evaluated during the initial complimentary fitness assessment and consultation.)