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Take the 21-Day Postpartum Challenge and have your postpartum workout plan fully mapped out.



Do you have a postpartum workout plan?

Many moms get cleared to exercise at six to eight weeks postpartum. But since their bodies are so different, many women are unsure where to start with diet and exercise. I know I was! The first year (or two!) after having a baby can be rocky when it comes to exercise. Need a postpartum workout plan? That’s why I created this simple guide – to help kick-start your fitness journey.



Written by two-time c-section mama and NASM Certified Personal Trainer Chantal Steele. 

21 Day Postpartum Challenge
Take the 21-Day Postpartum Challenge for workouts + clean eating!

The 21-DAY PP Challenge is designed to take the guesswork out of working out after having a baby. It features Physical Therapist-approved core rehab exercises, as well as four weekly low-impact workouts that can be done anywhere. All you need is your body and a pair of dumbbells. It’s the perfect postpartum workout plan to kick-start your journey to your best post-baby body.

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Here’s what you get in this postpartum workout plan:

21 days of low-impact workouts complete with pictures, instructions, progressions, and built-in rest days – all in the form of an ebook.
A core rehab section with pictures, instructions, and pointers for new moms.
Healthy meal and snack ideas, plus a sample grocery list for clean eating.
A printable progress tracker for weight and body measurements.
Tips & guidance for breastfeeding and c-section mamas.

But wait, there’s more!


The 21-Day PP Challenge is a digital download. As soon as you purchase the 21-Day Postpartum Challenge, you will be redirected to a page featuring your download links. You can download your postpartum workout plan file via PDF so that you can have it on different devices.


Workouts in the 21-Day PP Challenge are designed to be low-impact. This means they work well for moms who are freshly cleared to work out as well as moms who have not worked out in some time but have older babies. It doesn’t matter how long it’s been since you’ve had a baby!


While the challenge doesn’t feature a specific diet plan, it can be used as a guide to kick-start healthy eating. It features a clean-eating grocery list, sample meal ideas, and tons of healthy snack ideas! It is not designed for those with special dietary needs.

Get started getting stronger with my 21-Day Postpartum Workout Challenge.

Start your fitness journey with a simple yet effective postpartum workout plan to rehab your strength and rebuild healthy eating habits. Get my postpartum workout challenge today.

This program is for you if:

You want to take the guesswork out of your postpartum journey.
You’re a self-starter who can stay accountable for 21 days.
You’ve been cleared to exercise by your doctor (typically 6-8 weeks).
You do NOT have abdominal separation (Diastasis Recti).
You’re ready to focus on strength and eating habits, not just weight!

This program is NOT for you if:

You have not been cleared to exercise and/or have abdominal separation.
You’re looking for a quick fix.
You’re unable to follow instructions digitally and keep yourself on track.
You are looking for cardio-heavy, high-impact workouts.
You’re unable to listen to your body.

Build strength, build confidence.

Start re-building healthy habits with the 21 Day Postpartum Challenge. Get your own postpartum fitness plan and start working out today.

having a c section isn't the end of the world
Two c-sections, still alive. 😉

Hey mama!

I’m Chantal – SAHM turned personal trainer.

After having my first baby via emergency C-section, I had NO idea how to work out. I also had no idea how important exercise would become after experiencing severe postpartum depression.

Long story short, I learned that exercise was key to feeling “human” as a new mom. I became a personal trainer while pregnant with my second baby, with big goals to help women through the postpartum period. The 21-Day Postpartum Challenge is the direct result of my struggles and experiences as a new mom.

Ready to start your postpartum workout journey?

I’ve got everything you need to get started getting stronger and more confident after having a baby. Take the leap and kickstart your postpartum strength journey!


Do I need a gym membership or special equipment for this challenge?

No! You just need a pair of dumbbells and a little bit of space to work out! Yoga mats are helpful but totally optional.

What if I’m still breastfeeding?

The challenge features tips for nutrition and working out while breastfeeding. You can definitely do the 21-Day PP Challenge while breastfeeding!

Is this program okay for c-section moms?

Yes! As a c-section mom myself, I have designed all workouts to include safe exercises for everyone. Just be sure to read the instructions for each workout!

Is this program eligible for refunds?

Nope, sorry! Since this program is a digital download, I have no way of getting it back after someone makes a purchase.

How long are the workouts?

Workouts are designed to take approximately 30 minutes.

Does the 21-Day PP Challenge feature a specific diet plan?

While the challenge features a lot of healthy meal & snack ideas, personal trainers can’t legally give anyone a specific meal plan. The grocery list and meal/snack ideas are meant to be ideas and suggestions, but I am not a medical doctor or Registered Dietician. Check with your doctor any time you want to follow a new diet.

Can I get the challenge on my phone or tablet?

Yes! You will be allowed file downloads upon payment. If you want the challenge on different devices, be sure to download it using the device you want to open it on.

What if my baby is older?

This challenge is designed for all moms in varying stages of postpartum recovery. If you have an older baby or toddler or are new to exercise, I believe that you will benefit from the 21-Day PP Challenge.

Can I start the challenge any time?

Yes! While the challenge was designed to coincide with weekends, you can start it as soon as you want. It doesn’t have to be the beginning of the month or week.

What is the difficulty level?

For the purpose of this challenge, I have assumed that you have not exercised much, if at all during your pregnancy. This is suitable for beginner-to-intermediate exercisers.