FAQ

Membership

We have a PDF document that shows you an example of a weeks worth of programming. Send us an email and we’d be happy to send it to you!

Our memberships have an initial commitment for 3 months, and after that there aren’t any other commitment periods!

You are unable to cancel within the first three months of your membership, but after that you can cancel at any time. 

You sure can! Shoot us an email at hello@thebarbellmamas.com and we can help you make the switch.

We don’t do membership transfers at this time.

It sounds like you might benefit from 1-on-1 coaching with The Barbell Mamas. Click here to learn more.

No. The team of physical therapists at The Barbell Mamas will not diagnose, examine, or treat medical conditions of any kind through your membership.

We accept all major debit and credit cards from customers in every country, including Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, and JCB.

You will be charged once a month for your membership.

Programming

Absolutely! We welcome athletes of all levels! We encourage you to post videos on our members-only Facebook group for feedback. Our coaches are here to help you learn movements in a safe way.

All of the programming at The Barbell Mamas is specifically designed with pregnant and postpartum athletes in mind. Modifications and considerations are included in programming, so you can still participate in your sport!

Yes! There is a structured deload every 4-10 weeks in this program. Ramping up and backing off are so important for athletes of all levels.

No. We recognize that every person’s body is different, and what they need to get their body ready for movements will be different too. If you have any questions about how you specifically should warm up, we can answer that question in our members-only Facebook group!

We generally suggest that you should wait at least 6 weeks after vaginal or Cesarean delivery. Your C-section scar should be closed and healed (no scabs, pussing or fluid leaking). Vaginally, you should have any stitches mostly removed and minimal bleeding.