Pregnancy Workout Guide

20 step-by-step videos, PDF recipe guide, and email support


Fitness Trainer, Founder

I also heard from many mamas-to-be who were busy at home with their older kids, weren’t feeling confident enough to go to the gym with their growing bellies or just didn’t have the time for an hour workout.


It was from all of this feedback that the Kale and Krunches Pregnancy Workout Guide was born. 

As a first-time mom, I know how scary it can be to begin any workout program. But I also know how amazing it made me feel during my own pregnancy.


Through easy-to-follow videos, my goal is to guide you in a variety of workouts that target strength, cardio, stretching and toning in a safe and effective way. With minimal space and equipment needed, you will be able to mix and match different workout videos depending on how you feel in the moment. And let’s face it, in pregnancy, how we feel in the moment changes just about every second!


Through instructional videos, I will be working out with you the entire time, giving cues and modifications depending on where you are in your pregnancy.


So let’s get started - I can’t wait to be on this journey with you.

Welcome to your Pregnancy Workout Guide. I’m Marlie,  owner of Kale and Krunches Inc., a fitness brand specializing in personal training, group classes and pre and post natal fitness. I also share my day-to-day life via Instagram, on my blog, and on YouTube, where I’ve cultivated a community of amazing women!

I am a certified personal trainer with CanFit Pro and graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. I have been teaching group fitness classes since 2015 and was awarded Best ClassPass instructor of Toronto in 2017. I have been teaching Mom and Baby bootcamps for the past 2 years and am so excited to now be offering my expertise online!

This program was created as a response to the most common questions I was getting asked about working out during pregnancy. Every day I was hearing from so many expectant moms that they wanted to work out but they weren’t sure what was safe, how to modify at the gym or even where to start?