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Featured Video - Nicole Moneer's Full-Body Pregnancy Workout

There’s a lot of misinformation out there on both prenatal and postpartum nutrition and exercise.

Every woman’s prenatal and postpartum journey is unique….

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Each week from now til Labor Day weekend I'll be posting videos of exercises you can perform outdoors. Some of you may have seen me do this one in the past, it's a favorite of mine. I always feel swole after! It's called a hinge push-up, which I did when performing fitness routines with @fitnessuniversetour from 2001 until 2009. The first part is more advanced, to get to this level start first with a tricep pushup on your feet or knees which I demonstrate last. Common errors I see when doing these (not engaging one's core) dropping the hips and elbows out. Hands must be in closer than a push-up directly underneath your shoulders and your elbows need to brush your shirt/ribcage on the way down and up. Your triceps will be on fire with this one. 🔥 ... See MoreSee Less

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Trackside at the INDY 500 working for @vpx_sports in 2011. What an awesome experience to work the Indianapolis 500. We had such a great time, long days and nights, the people we met and the things we saw! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Fry Day!
Meal 2: grass-fed garlic burger with my oven baked fries drizzled with raw butter (I make from scratch, zero additives or hidden ingredients) and yummy fermented ketchup. And people think all I eat is chicken and broccoli (maybe once a week if that)! This is a great meal option for staying on track over the holiday weekend.
Oh btw I had leafy greens at breakfast.
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A short workout is better than no work out at all. My legs are complete Jell-O after not even 40 minutes of using dumbbells machines and resistance bands. Everybody these days is time crunched, especially us moms. Don't think you need to spend hours in the gym to get results. Shortening your rest time in between sets is one way to challenge yourself more and get your workout done quicker.
Tank @fitlikeflint
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Any mothers & daughters getting pushups in together like my client @jimjess2?
Post your photo or video to my wall for a chance to win 50 @bodybuildingcom dollars. Contest open til end of this month.
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MILF•Moms Into Lifting & Fitness 😁 Who else is with my client @melissa_schwind? She started lifting consistently in the weight room about 3 years ago...she loves it! Ladies don't be afraid to lift. ... See MoreSee Less

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#teammatetuesday for each of us being on TEAM @bodybuildingcom has proved to be invaluable. Check out @kizmvp @brooke_dragon
@ifbbprorachaellabender to see how #bodybuildingcom has had such a positive impact on our lives. #bestself #teambodybuildingcom
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Celebrate those non scale victories!
•improved flexibility•inches lost•better sleep•more energy•looser fitting clothes•lifting heavier•less wandering pain•better digestion•exercise progression•clearer skin•increased libido•regular bowel movements•prescription free•otc free•confidence in the kitchen•a stronger core and the list goes on. These are just a few non-scale victories that we (my clients and I) celebrate.
I danced from age 4-38. I don't do all the things I used to (like kicks splits jumps leaps and turns) so now I love being able to use Pilates equipment to help me maintain challenge and improve my flexibility.
Start focusing on those non-scale victories more, as you can see from the list above, there is reason to celebrate a lot more than just your weight!
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Guess who the yoga instructor is in this picture?
HINT: He's not holding a mat. Moms who really needed #hotyoga. 🙋🏻🙋🏽Thanks @tribalanceyoga for the much needed stretching strengthening and sweat! @melissa_schwind & I feel like gumby now. 😊 #sundayafternoon #stretch #yoga #tribalance #breathe #peace #innercalm #stillness #movebetter #feelbetter #restorative #mindbody #onthemat #momspiration #moms #momswithcameras #sweat
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Habits that took years to build do not take a day to change. -Susan Powter
Nothing happens overnight or in an instant. Whatever you're trying to change; your body, your health, your relationships, your work habits or how you react to people and circumstances, be patient. As difficult as it is, enjoy the journey, stop focusing on the destination. The journey teaches us so much more. Keep going! It is worth it once you have transformed even if it took you years to get there.
Photo by @bersanophotography 2010
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CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

I’ve worked with Nicole for 9 months, twice a week in one-on-one sessions. I knew of her from just being a member at Lifetime Fitness, where she was a trainer and taught some classes I took. For several years, I admired her posts on social media, in which she emphasized the importance of proper nutrition as a form of preventative medicine, as well as the power it can have in healing chronic disease and illness…

Melissa s.

Nicole Moneer helped me tremendously by advising me on nutrition and workouts. I lost 25 pounds and 4 inches in my waist as a result of her guidance and insight. Before I started working with Nicole, I struggled for more than 10 years to lose weight. I also struggled with heartburn and a variety of other physical ailments. Her guidance on eating real food and taking proper supplementation have cured my heartburn…

Scott B.

My time with Nicole has been above and beyond my expectations. I thought I would sign up with Nicole, she would show me a lot of different work outs, I’d get her opinions on different foods and supplements and that would be it. She taught me way more than I could’ve imagined! Nicole is teaching me different work outs every time we meet. Whether it’s lifting weights or doing Pilates reformer…

Maureen B.

I had an unhealthy relationship with food going from one extreme to another, starving and binging. I used to work out just so I can eat whatever I wanted. Eventually, I would get too busy or get tired of working out and eating to my heart’s content would catch up with me. I’d gain weight and be unhappy about how I looked and worked out like crazy (sometimes as much as 2-3 hrs/day) to lose the weight…

Nancy K.

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