Seven Videos in a Series Titled "Get back to fitness after having a kid" will be added by the company'Get back to fitness after having a baby' features seven video workouts for new moms, according to the tech giant's fitness streaming service. Apple Workout Plus is a 'for everyone' fitness experience powered by Apple Watch. Apple has released a series of workouts to assist new mothers in getting back into shape after giving birth. Apple Fitness Plus, the company's subscription streaming program that works with the Apple Watch, now features seven new films. The 10-minute videos are part of a series called 'Get back to fitness after delivering a baby,' and they include workouts designed exclusively for new mothers, 'no matter what type of delivery they've had.' The 10-minute videos are part of a series called 'Get back to fitness after delivering a baby,' and they include workouts designed exclusively for new mothers, 'no matter what type of delivery they've had.' Workouts for the pelvic floor muscles, which loosen during pregnancy and need to be strengthened after delivery, are among them. The exercises will assist mothers in 'taking on the daily duties of motherhood,' such as carrying a baby, lifting a carseat, moving a stroller, and other tasks. Betina Gozo, a new mother and a fitness trainer from the Philippines who currently works for Apple Fitness, is the host of Apple's new series. It's included in the current Apple Fitness Plus subscription pricing of £9.99 per month or £79.99 per year. Apple's Fitness+ training video service continues to grow, with new material catering to people with various needs and lifestyles. In a series titled "Get back to fitness after delivering a baby," the firm is releasing seven ten-minute films for new parents today. Fitness+ trainer Betina Gozo, who is a new mother, will lead a mix of core, strength, and Apple's "Mindful Cooldown" routines. The new workouts, like the rest of the service's videos, include adjustment advice for individuals who desire a more difficult workout or prefer to go at a slower pace. The thoughtful cooldowns include stretches that target common post-pregnancy tight places, and the core workouts incorporate pelvic floor movements as well. Of course, new parents shouldn't feel obligated to "get back in shape" on a schedule that isn't convenient for them. Gozo emphasizes in Apple's introduction video to the new material that viewers should go at their own pace and receive permission from their healthcare physician before engaging in vigorous activity. Starting today, the new workouts are available in Fitness+, which costs $10 per month. To use the service, you'll need an Apple Watch.