We have membership options for both in-person AND virtual classes!

All of our classes are currently in-person, but we've created a digital library of workouts for those that would like to remain virtual! There are membership options available for both! Check out our daily schedule HERE. We can't wait to "see" you for a workout soon!

Welcome to FIT4MOM Denton County

FIT4MOM is the nation’s leading prenatal and postnatal fitness program, providing fitness classes and a network of moms to support every stage of motherhood. From pregnancy, through postpartum and beyond, our fitness and wellness programs help make moms strong in body, mind, and spirit.

Our Classes


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® 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 Boost is a high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout designed to challenge, empower and energize you. Combining cardio, strength training, core work and meditation, this total body workout will boost your physical and mental well being. This 60-minute class is just for you and will leave you feeling refreshed and recharged for motherhood and all that comes with it.


Strides 360™ promises a heart-pumping workout designed to increase your endurance while also developing speed, agility, and quickness to help you sprint through mom life. Bodyweight conditioning is strategically placed to provide recovery, strength and round out your workout. It's for any mom interested in a workout that can be as hard as you need it to be on your good days or scaled back on days you’re not sure how you made it out the door! Bring your kiddos with you in the stroller or leave the kiddo at home and come play with your mom friends. Either way, the hour will fly by and leave you energized for the rest of your day!


Take your running to the next level with our 8 weeks guided training program. Whether you’re training for a specific running goal such as a 5K or 10K, or simply want the support and structure of a run-training program, our Run Club coaches provide at-home and in-person opportunities to train, learn, and improve.


Whether you're preparing for an upcoming race or simply enjoy running with other like-minded mamas, Run Club Meetup is for you. A program for all levels, Run Club Meetup allows you to run, improve your health and fitness, and connect with other moms. No running experience required!

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Between the lack of sleep, taking care of a family, and e-learning, mama, you probably need a break. Try this simple stretch series to help rest your mind and reinvigorate your body. Downward Facing Dog: Start on your hands and knees. Straighten your legs behind you. Lift your tailbone to the ceiling, folding your belly button to your thighs, and think about pushing the floor away from you. Take a moment here to breath & focus on lengthening the back of your legs and your glutes. This release is a great way to relieve lower back pain that comes with motherhood. Seated Single Leg Stretch: While sitting on the floor, extend on leg out to the side and fold the other leg in. Hold your arms out at shoulder height while you think about lengthening your spine to the sky. While holding, think about drawing your rib cage together and lifting the pelvic floor upwards. Now, stretch the arm to reach the foot of the extended leg. Focus on pushing the glute of the bent leg down. Gently roll through your back to bring yourself back up to sitting and repeat. Seated Cross Leg Reset: Sit on the floor with your legs crossed. Press your palms together in the center of your body. Roll your shoulders back and down to have a proud chest. Stack your shoulders over your ribs which are over your hips. Take a moment to zip your ribcage together in the center of your body and lift the pelvic floor in and up. Inhale and feel your entire torso (belly, back, & ribcage) expand out. As you exhale, let everything release, collapse forward and down into a slouching position. Realign yourself and repeat for at least 4 breath cycles.

I see you there mama, trying your best. I see you showing up each day, even though you feel exhausted. I see you making tough choices for your family even when you're not sure if they are right. I see you working tirelessly, even when it seems never ending. I see you doing an amazing job, even though you doubt yourself. I see you mama, and you are more than enough. #storiesofmotherhood #rawmotherhood #mamahood #modernmamahood #unfilteredmotherhood #momlife #mom #realmotherhood #rawmotherhood #motherhoodunplugged #motherhoodrising #motherhoodinspired #motherhoodquotes #motherhoodrocks #motherhoodlens #motherhoodcorner #lifeasamama #theycallmemom #thisismotherhood

National granola bar day calls for some homemade granola bars...or balls work too! The vast majority of store bought granola bars come packed with added sugar and little to no protein. Instead, check out this recipe from Body Well's nutrition plan for a healthy, easy, and nutrient-packed snack on the go! They're so tasty the kiddos will eat them right alongside you: INGREDIENTS 1 1/2 cup oatmeal, dry; 1/2 cup nut butter of your choice ; 1/3 cup mini chocolate chips; 1/3 cup honey; 3/4 cup ground flaxseed; 1 tsp vanilla extract; 2 bananas DIRECTIONS Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Soften the nut butter of your choice in the microwave for 20 seconds. In a large mixing bowl, mash the bananas with a fork. Add the rest of the ingredients until well mixed. Roll 1 inch balls and place on cookie sheet. Bake for 18 minutes. Remove from oven and allow to cool. Refrigerate in an airtight container for up to 5 days. This recipe was submitted by Miranda Herron, a FIT4MOM instructor from FIT4MOM Chicago.

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