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  Oops! This isn’t the right page anymore. You should be redirected here. Non-TummySafe Routines (Despite her degree in exercise and sport science and countless certifications as a group fitness instructor, Bethany didn’t realize that diastasis recti, hernia and prolapse should merit a change in fitness patterns. It’s simply a matter of avoiding certain movements […]

Welcome to the Core of Fit2B Studio  This is where we like everyone to begin their journey with Fit2B. We call this page the “Foundational Five” or “F5” pathway because each section has 5 parts. The 3 buttons below will give you a solid foundation rebuild, reclaim and restore your body from the inside out.      “Wow, just been […]

Bravo for Buttocks! Three cheers for Thighs! These body parts are often the “butt” of much lewd laughter, but the gluteal muscles in your toosh and the thigh muscles in your upper leg are CENTRAL to your health! After all, these muscles play a key role in one very crucial daily activity: using the Loo! […]

F I T 2 B™   K I D S !   This special page is just for kids! Our smallest members love this page best, and so do the homeschooling families who utilize this section to supplement their home-based physical education! Preview all the great titles below! Of course, parents are welcome to join in these […]

Welcome to the 6×6 Path  Goal: 6 videos in 6 days for 6 weeks If you have worked your way through the Fit2B Beginning and Fit2B Advancing Pathways, then you should be ready for this section. This path mixes some of our more intense routines in a manner that slowly builds how much time you move each […]

  Tone & strengthen your whole core without crunches, sit ups or unmodified planks! These specialized routines will strengthen your core, unmuddle your middle, and redefine your waistline from the inside out with TummySafe™ moves that prevent *abdominal trauma and restore function. This pathway originally contained all our TummySafe™ workouts, but now our whole site is “TS” so members suggested making […]

If you are “fit to be” advancing beyond the beginner stages of fitness, and your diastasis is well on its way to healing, then this workout path is just what you need to continue your journey of strength and endurance. Perhaps you have been working out for a while, and you feel like you’re in pretty […]