Here are some emails that you can use to start a conversation with your audience.
These emails are intended to be a place to start. Copy, edit, re-write them in your voice and make them your own, then send them out. Don’t make the beginner mistake of just using them as-is.
Be sure to replace the <firstname>, <http://xxxxxx.preggo.hop.clickbank.net>, and <Your Name Here> with the person’s name, your ClickBank ID instead of the xxxxx, and your name.
#1 Subject: How to Minimize Pregnancy Weight Gain
I want to talk to you about a really important part of your pregnancy – prenatal fitness. Did you just roll your eyes at me? I know, growing a baby should be workout enough. . . But, it’s not.
Are you working to maintain your fitness while pregnant? I know this can be a touchy subject. You’re probably feeling pretty out of control of your body. Exercise may be really low on your list of priorities. Perhaps it falls after sleeping, showering, trying not to vomit, trying to stay awake all day and trying to still be a reasonably cheerful person?? I totally understand.
If I told you that exercise would help you feel better, would you give it a try? What if I told you it would give you more energy? And it may help you sleep better. And it may help you have a faster labor. And, perhaps best of all, it will definitely help you get your body back faster after you have your little one.
Watch this video to learn more.
Speaking of those low energy (ok, NO energy) days, sometimes during my pregnancies I found I had to look beyond myself when it came to exercise. I was too tired or overwhelmed to do it for myself. I had to do it for the baby. That helped me stay motivated. Did you know recent research shows better health in children of moms who exercised while pregnant? These kids also have fewer health risks, specifically they are at lower risk of becoming obese and developing diabetes. This helped me lace up my shoes on more than one occasion when I was pregnant.
Also, I know that exercising during my pregnancies, coupled with a solid nutrition plan, allowed me to lose all my baby weight really quickly. Over the years I have seen many fit healthy moms who exercise throughout their pregnancies lose all their baby weight within weeks!
This video will tell you how you can too.
To you and your baby,
<Your Name Here>
#2 Subject: What Your Doctor Is NOT Telling You
I don’t mean to scare you or place mistrust in your doctor. I’m sure he or she is doing a great job keeping you and your baby safe and prepared for delivery. But here’s the deal, your doctor is trained for a specific job. Sadly, that training does not include exercise prescription. Therefore, many docs tell their prenatal patients to “lay low and relax” while pregnant. They will tell you to stick with mild, mellow exercise.
Relaxing during pregnancy is all good in some respects, but when it comes to your fitness, it is not the case. In fact, not only is it safe for you to exercise at a moderate intensity while pregnant (provided you have a low risk pregnancy), it is the best way for you to exercise. Some light walking and stretching are not going to cut it if you want the full benefits of prenatal fitness (increased energy, minimal weight gain, shorter and easier labor, quicker childbirth recovery, healthier and leaner baby (don’t worry, I don’t mean low birth weight.)
You can learn more about exercise and your baby by watching this video:
I want you to have the best pregnancy possible. I’m sure that’s what you want too. So I’m not going to let your doctor or anyone else point you in the wrong direction when it comes to prenatal exercise.
Some of the best exercises you can do have to do with your core. This goes beyond your dying desire for flat abs post baby. Keeping your core strong is imperative during pregnancy, mainly for postpartum reasons (and vanity reasons, like losing bladder control for years after you have a baby!) And, in total honesty, it is awesome what prenatal workouts, coupled with good nutrition, will do to help you quickly lose that baby belly after birth.
Watch this video and learn about exercise and your baby:
<Your Name Here>