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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 9
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AQ4WJM2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 39,520 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Miss Jennifer Madden on 26 Oct. 2013
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Each month there's a new DVD which takes 30 mins to do which is adapted to suit your growing body during pregnancy.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bee on 27 July 2013
I have been doing Tracy's DVDs for years and will rave on about the brilliance of her method to everyone who has asked about my work out routine. When I fell pregnant it was the best news ever however fitness is extremely important to me and I really wanted to keep healthy whilst being safe for my baby.

Once again Tracy gets it just right with the Pregnancy Project and the really nice thing is that she is pregnant too when she works out alongside you month by month. As your body is changing the work out changes on a monthly basis to suit the journey your body is on. I would highly recommend this pregnancy project to whomever is looking for a good workout whilst pregnant. Good luck and congrats!
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By ALEXANDRA LAITY on 7 Sept. 2014
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Really good. Helped me keep fit during pregnancy.
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141 of 153 people found the following review helpful
Exactly what I was looking for 29 Dec. 2012
By Mrs S - Published on Amazon.com
I ordered this DVD directly from Tracey Anderson's website in November 2011 so I believe it's the same as this one to be released on Amazon in 2013.
This DVD is brilliant. I love it. I am already fit and exercise about 4 times a week with intense cardio, cycling, weights and pilates. Tracey understands what is appropriate for someone who was fit before pregnancy and wants to continue exercising safely. There is no cardio per se - it's all strength training, but it does get your heart rate up.

For me this DVD is perfect because I do a special prenatal exercise twice a week (fitball cardio and weights), one pilates class, then I can just do this DVD once a week or when I can't make it to class.

PROS:
* Tracey is kind and encouraging. She cues the exercises clearly and doesn't talk too much. It's great that she is actually pregnant in this video.
* The environment that she exercises in is pleasant and you can turn the background music off if you just want Tracey's voice.
* 1 DVD for each month makes sense as your body changes so much each month, as do the rules about what you can and can't do.
* All the exercises feel 'right' to me. Nothing feels strange or unsafe. I trust the exercises to be safe in pregnancy. There is no lying on your back or traditional ab work.
* There are little interviews and extras about common issues in pregnancy which I really enjoyed watching. You hear from other (famous) mothers and an obstetrician and they all seem to give very good and encouraging advice.
* It really works to help keep your legs, butt, arms, shoulders and upper back strong. My muscles are (pleasantly) sore the next day. The exercises work your abs indirectly to help you keep a strong core.
* I find it helps relieve and reduce my lower back tightness and pain. I enjoy the workout and look forward to doing it at the end of a stressful work day sitting in an office chair all day.

CONS:
* If you're unfit, you might find this a bit tough, but definitely give it a try as it's so important to exercise during pregnancy.
* On the other hand, this DVD alone would probably not be enough exercise for me or for someone who is fit. I think it works best if you combine it with some other activities, like a class, or some walking/swimming - but then again I'm not usually an exercise DVD person!

Highly recommended!
177 of 199 people found the following review helpful
Great starting point for a prenatal workout DVD 11 Feb. 2013
By Alana's Mommy - Published on Amazon.com
I ordered this from Tracy's website as soon as it came out in October- right after I found out I was expecting. I was a gymnast for ten years and worked out consistently 4-5 times a week leading up to my pregnancy. I was a decently fit person going into this pregnancy and I have a lot of discipline. I wish reviews had been available to me before I purchased the item.

My first trimester was exhausting and I didn't have the energy to exercise much. I came home and went to bed as soon as my four year-old allowed. I started on the Tracy Anderson series right around my 11th week and have been doing it since then and am now 37 weeks. I will amend this as needed.

YOU'LL NEED: a small towel (a hand towel will suffice), two three-pound weights, an exercise mat (should be thick, or your knees might hurt a bit; I use folded blanket to increase the thickness), a chair and some space; I really only need about two or three feet of space surrounding my mat.

You won't use the towel or the chair for all months but be aware that you will need them handy. You will definitely need the three-pound weights and will use them in every month. You don't use more than three-pound weights because you do a high number of reps with each set and you don't want too much blood flow to be diverted from your growing baby. Also, have water available nearby because she times out the moves and the rest periods so your heart rate stays increased but you don't have time to leave your area to get water.

LENGTH: About 40-45 minutes long.

PROGRAM: Five minutes of stretching, 10-15 minutes of arms, then 15 minutes of legs/butt then more stretching. Don't skip the stretching. The arm moves are typically two parts. Her arm moves are different than the ones I usually do and the high amount of reps makes me feel the burn. The butt moves come in 1-3 moves per rep and move your legs and butt at all different angles to really target the butt. I never thought body weight exercises were much worth my time (I'm a leg press type of gal) so I was pleasantly surprised to notice that the exercises were not only challenging but have made a visible difference in toning my butt.

While the exercises seem to directly target your arms and butt, other body parts such as your transverse abdominal muscles (your corset), low back, thighs, calves, and shoulders are hit indirectly with balance shifting and other movements. It is a full body workout, even if you think you're just working out your butt and arms.

Tracy's voice and demeanor are pleasant and ecouraging. SShe smiles and counts enough that you can keep track but not too much so you get annoyed (I hate it when people count for me). She explains why you're doing the exercises and what they achieve.

This is not the only prenatal exercise DVD I own or do; I own the Perfect Prenatal Workout by Karyne Steben, Summer Sanders Prenatal Workout, Suzanne Bowen's Long and Lean Prenatal Workout, 10 Minute Solution: Prenatal Pilates and Yoga Pregnancy: Pre and Postnatal Workouts. I feel all of the DVDs I own are essential to my prenatal exercises and wouldn't own just one, as all of them serve very different purposes.

PROS: lots of body weight exercises, nine DVDs- one for each month, ability to turn off annoying music, different than usual moves, challenging moves, alternative moves given, appropriate for pregnancy stages,

CONS: the bonus features suck, some of her moves are weird (I'm looking at you- month 8), obviously placed products on the coffee table behind her, at times she messes up her counting, she yammers too much in the beginning of some DVDs, some moves aren't very well explained

RESULTS:
increased energy
thinner and more toned arms
a more lifted and round butt
less sore back and hips (I had a low back injury)
my belly looks and feels more supported than in my previous pregnancy by my obliques
I make healthier eating choices
I sleep better at night

In summary, I think The Pregnancy Project is a great video for everyone of all skill levels to use during pregnancy. I wish I had had it during my last pregnancy!
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Yes.. worth it 28 Jun. 2014
By ericka harrison - Published on Amazon.com
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With this I only gained 20 pounds throughout my pregnancy. Yes.. especially being over 200lbs prior. I still use it for exercise training
22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful 15 April 2014
By Kaylan Brett - Published on Amazon.com
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If you feel like you can actually do something during your pregnancy, this group of DVDs is for you. One DVD for each month as Tracy goes through her own pregnancy, so everything's tailored to your belly. If you can stomach Gwenyth Paltrow's pregnancy memories, ("Oh, I craved apples and that's about it,") you'll love this set.
44 of 56 people found the following review helpful
Not recommended by a physical therapist 29 Sept. 2013
By Alex Welch - Published on Amazon.com
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I normally use Tracy Anderson's regular program and I like it and see good results from it so I thought I would try her pregnancy program now that I am expecting. As a Doctor of Physical Therapy, I don't think this program is actually safe for use. I understand her philosophy of being in a quadruped position (on hands and knees) to give the uterus room, however this position also encourages excessive lumbar lordosis or curvature in the lumbar spine. A pregnant woman already has too much lordosis and increasing that angle places excessive shear forces through the spine which causes nerve root compression leading to back pain and potentially sciatica. Exercises in the quadruped position would be safe if a woman had adequate core strength and stabilization to maintain a neutral spine, however a pregnant woman does not have this level of core stabilization. Tracy's form throughout the DVD is poor and I would be fearful of someone mimicking her form in which she does not ever maintain neutral spine and is putting a torque forces through the hips and pelvis, essentially shredding the lumbar spine. Like I said, I like her normal program and plan to resume it after pregnancy, however I don't feel this is a safe product for myself and would certainly advise against it for my pregnant patients.
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