Welcome to FIT4MOM DuPont, Lacey and JBLM

FIT4MOM is the most comprehensive healthy, lifestyle and fitness resource on the planet. We are so glad you have found us! Our network of moms can help you keep everything in perspective. We help you make healthy choices for you and your family while showing your children the importance of fitness.

Our Classes


Stroller Strides®

Stroller Strides® is a functional, total-body conditioning workout designed for moms with kids in tow. Each 60-minute workout is comprised of strength training, cardio and core restoration, all while entertaining the little ones with songs, activities and fun! Each Stroller Strides instructor is skilled to meet you where you are mentally & physically. You’ll leave class feeling connected, successful & energized. No more mama guilt! This class is all about self care in a supportive and encouraging environment.


Stroller Barre®

Stroller Barre® is a 60-minute cardio and strength interval class designed to improve posture, stability, and mobility. This workout combines moves inspired by barre, ballet, Pilates, fitness, and yoga to help you regain posture and alignment while strengthening your body from the inside out. Stroller Barre® will help you reconnect with your body, increase flexibility and develop the core strength needed for motherhood.


Body Back Workout

Body Back® is a 60-minute, results-based workout designed to help you reach your full physical potential and reconnect to your inner strength. Our high-intensity interval training (HIIT) cycles through cardio, strength, and core work and concludes with a relaxing meditation to help you recharge and head back to your family. Improve your health, fitness, and physical strength while experiencing a personal transformation.

Latest from Instagram

@heatherlaketv has been an inspiration to us since we met her (both in the blogging world and professional world; she’s a local reporter for @fox5sandiego). Heather recently gave birth to her second babe; she’s a mama to 2-year-old, Sebastian, and newborn, Lucy, and wife to Sean. She and her husband love the beach & the mountains. They're always outdoors, and if they're not swimming and surfing in the ocean, you can find them snowboarding in local mountains. — “Many OBGYNs describe my birth as “classic second child”, but I’d like to say it was a monumental accomplishment in my own mind and especially for my body. I had studied hypno-birthing methods going into my second birth and wanted so badly to have a natural childbirth. The delivery of my first child was dramatic….like straight out of a movie scene. My water broke in a restaurant (check please), contractions started in the car and were followed by 3 hours of violent dry heaving (thankfully our Thai food never made it to the table or that would have ruined my favorite take-out for life). Needless to say, several hours later and no end in sight, I opted for the epidural and delivered a healthy baby 12 hours later.” — Read @heatherlaketv ‘s full story on our blog, link in bio — http://blog.fit4mom.com/my-birth-story-featuring-new-mama-heather-lake-of-fox-5-san-diego

The @wildbornproject account is absolutely incredible. Talk about opening up our eyes to a whole other world of sacred birth traditions 👇🏾 ・・・ ~ Kosua Birth Rituals ~ Several days before Sibilato's birth, her husband built her a birthing shelter called Quane. According to the Kosua belief the husband should not see his wife several days before birth, during and several days after birth. The taboo says that the husband will get awfully sick. During this time the man leaves and stays in the forest and hunts for his wife. Sibilato is not alone, she is surrounded by other women from the village, who make sure that she has food, water and fire burning next to her. I accompanied Sibilato for 30 days and when the time of birth arrived I was sleeping in my hummock early in the morning, unfortunately missed the birth, due to a heavy storm. Few hours later I arrived to the Quane and saw Sibilato and her baby girl sleeping in her arms. She shared her birth story; Sibilato gave birth on her own on the forest floor, delivering the baby while she was kneeling. Then she moved back to the Quane and an elderly woman arrived to assist her. The umbilical cord and the placenta were buried in a ritualistic ceremony symbolizing the new born baby rights to the land, followed by a traditional Sing sing (celebration). Another important ritualistic ceremony will take place right after birth, it's purpose is to reveal the baby's gender to the father, as he could not be present at birth and is deep in the Jungle forests. If it's a baby boy, a line of Kosua warriors will hold their bow and arrow and will shoot at once the arrows to the sky, only Kosua boys and men are using the bows and arrows for hunting, in this way the husband can see the arrows high above the trees and know that he has a baby boy. If it's a baby girl, a messenger will be sent to meet him in his hunting camp, to deliver a Sago stick which is used only by women to prepare their favorite food. It is an important tool which is passed on in the family. After several days of mother and baby bonding in the Quane, the husband returns to the village and they are reunited. Photos by @alegraally for the @wildbornproject

aaaannnnddddd CUTEST booth ever award goes to... @fit4momsummerville ・・・ “Your Fit4Mom Summerville Grand Opening Team! We had a BLAST with all the moms and babes that made their way to our Grand Opening this morning! This is just the beginning for us and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome you ALL to Our Village! We can’t wait to see you tomorrow night at 6 pm for our first regularly scheduled Stroller Strides class with Autumn!! Did you join us this morning?! Share all your favorite moments and be sure to tag us @fit4momsummerville ☀️👯‍♀️👯‍♀️❤️ “

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