In England, pram is a noun that means baby buggy and a verb that means to repetitiously lift babies for body strength. Pram up slacking muscles with today’s deal: for $25, you get a 10-class pass at Stroller Strides, an $80 value. Choose from any classes at one of the following two locations:
Getting in shape after giving birth can be as difficult as fitting a cantankerous watermelon into a hotel minibar. Taking care of the baby takes a lot of time, bodies are weary, and battling newborn-thieving bands of goblins that storm homesteads on a nightly basis saps leftover energy. Stroller Strides understands these common struggles and has designed an exercise regimen with new mothers in mind. The classes, taught by specially trained instructors, usually take place outdoors and consist of a warm-up, a buggy-bandying power walk, and interval stations where participants do a variety of body-toning exercises. Instructors provide everyone with exercise tubing and, in the event of a fussy-baby episode, will show you exercises you can do with your baby. Indoor classes make use of sheltered venues but apply the same principles as the outdoor sessions.
In addition to providing a fun exercise regimen that takes babies into consideration, Stroller Strides becomes a venue for new mothers to interact and socialize, commiserating over spilt bottles and rejoicing in shared exercise. Surrounded by friendly instructors, mom peers, and a teeming hoard of adorable babies, a Stroller Strides class creates a positive, encouraging environment—a key factor for glue-free adherence to an exercise routine and re-obtaining pre-baby body parts. To help you achieve optimal results, all 10 classes must be redeemed within three months of activation. After getting back in shape, you’ll even be able to protect your progeny by fending off Rumpelstiltskin when he flies in on his soup ladle.
Valid for new customers only; drop-ins welcome but reservations suggested. Stroller Strides recommends waiting until a newborn is at least six weeks old before beginning classes. New mothers should consult a doctor before beginning any exercise program.