Professor Greg Whyte Answers Your Questions

Father of three Professor Greg Whyte is the preeminent authority on exercise, physiology and sports performance and rehabilitation in the UK. An internationally recognised expert in the area, Greg has extensive professional experience assessing, treating and improving the performance of athletes and sporting enthusiast ranging from celebrities attempting their first mountain summit to gold medal Olympians. Greg has a particular interest in pre-natal and post-natal fitness and here he answers questions and common concerns regarding exercising during pregnancy and post-birth.

You can frequently see Greg on television, as he sits on the board of Comic Relief and Sports Relief and trains celebrities to complete challenges. 

Q. What are the benefits for me as a new mum coming to the Turtle Tots baby swimming classes?

Q. Is it safe to swim whilst pregnant?

Q. I am worried about the baby blues/ post-natal depression after having my baby; can you give me any advice?

Q. How quickly can I start exercising after having my baby?

Q. What exercise is safe to do whilst pregnant and after having my baby?

Q. What benefits are there for my baby in coming to the baby swimming classes?