Een zwangere vrouw is aan het sporten bij bbb health boutique Amsterdam in een warmtecabine.

mama to be

This foundation mama to be is all about your pregnancy and everything that goes with it. Sufficient exercise, choosing the right diet and meditation are points of attention in this phase of life.

In our web app, you will find a questionnaire under ‘my foundation’ that serves as the basis for determining your foundation. This enables us to provide you with targeted advice on body, food & mind, and supplements, and helps identify which tools suit you best. The questionnaire and foundations have been compiled by a team of physiotherapists, hormone factor trainers, dietitians, psychologists, and coaches.


Plan body | mama (to be)

  • Mama programme in the hot cabin with an adjusted temperature. | 2 times a week.
  • Yoga | once a week.
  • Short cardio training. Cardio keeps your stamina levels up.

Frequency of exercise and tips

Train 2 or 3 times a week of average intensity. Regular training helps prevent weight gain, physical complaints and stiff muscles. Sport in a maximum of 30 degrees to prevent overheating. Do not train the abdominal muscles from 3 months onwards.


Plan food | mama (to be)

  • Nutrition & pregnancy | Good tips for every phase of your pregnancy.
  • Plan a foodcoaching and make use of your gratis consult with the dietitian.

Preferably not

Coffee, alcohol, nicotine, red meat, liver, raw fish, predatory fish, vacuum packed fish, raw milk cheeses and raw egg.


Fruit, (calcium rich) vegetables, legumes, beans, nuts and full grains.


Plan mind | mama (to be)

  • Mindful living | Plan your appointments in allowing plenty of time and perform all your activities with awareness.
  • Avoid stress! Prolonged stress has a negative effect on the pregnancy.
  • Meditate | Meditate and walk regularly. This helps to reduce stress and sleeping issues.
  • Plan a lifestylecoaching in to discuss your personal mind goals.


When extremely tired, try and have an afternoon nap. Sleep at least eight hours a night in a dark and cool bedroom and avoid screens before going to sleep.



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