At home personal trainer

I am looking for a personal trainer who will come to my home in San Leandro 2-3x per week. I’m 3 months postpartum and hoping to find someone with experience with women post baby! Any recommendations would be super helpful!

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I have used Jonathan Ingersol, with Ingersol Fitness. I started using him during Pandemic via zoom and then transitioned to in person.. He is great and I am now in better shape and stronger. He is also super knowledgeable about the body!  https://ingersollfitness.com/

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Jessica diBiase is an excellent personal trainer with tons of experience training women who have recently given birth.
She was a trainer at the gym I previously attended and I can say without hesitation she is positive, encouraging, kind, and knowledgeable. 

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Hello! If you are open to other options, there are some great online fitness programming tailored to pregnant and postpartum folks. Three I’d recommend are: Stronger by Day, Street Parking, and expecting and empowered. 

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I apologize if this isn’t helpful, because it’s not what you asked for, but if you have a hard time finding a personal trainer, I’ve found a few digital offerings to be really helpful for PP workouts. The first is Every Mother, which is probably most helpful for early PP. The other is Tonal, which is pricey but I LOVE it. They have quick (20-25) strength workouts and a decent PP collection. I love that it’s like a full gym in a single piece of equipment, with a personal trainer to boot. I also use the Peloton app for PP workouts. Hope you find something that works for you!

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Hi there! Hope you're surviving the lack of sleep and all the other fun postpartum things :). If you're open to virtual, The Lotus Method does 1:1 personal training for pre/post natal women. My trainer was Mallory and I loved my experience! Best of luck with it all!

https://thelotusmethod.com/virtual/

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I really like the online program momma strong It is focused on health, and recovery, as opposed to appearance or size. There are so many resources including lots of postpartum training and fitness videos. It's a different 15min workout every day, there are varying levels of intensity, also you have access to most of the archived previous daily workouts. Also it's affordable!