Do You Need a Maternity Running Belt?

The tribe has struck again: This time, helping out a mom-to-be looking for belly support. Check out the post below, and suggestions for any one out there looking to continue piling on the miles with a bump in the oven.


Now, on to the maternity running belt recs. There were some clear winners!

FitSplit maternity running belt

The FitSplint, above, received multiple votes, probably for its multi-band construction. It supports the back, belly, bladder and hips.

Post Natal Fitsplit belt

Maybe you're ready to get back out there after baby: The Post Natal FitSplint, which got a few honorable mentions, works to abdominal separation or diastasis recti without restricting range of motion or breathing patterns.

Gabrialla maternity support belt

Gabrialla Maternity Support Belt, above, was widely praised. It promotes proper posture and balance and is adjustable to accommodate size changes during and after pregnancy.

Also, a quick shout out to for offering everything an expecting mom could need to stay active. Love it!

Did you run through your pregnancy? If so, what were some life-savers for you?

3 responses to “Do You Need a Maternity Running Belt?

  1. I bought a Cabrera sport belt. My belly isn’t very big yet but I thought it would help with my running. But it won’t stay in place. Did I get the wrong belt? Would appreciate help before I order another.

  2. I only ran during my 4th pregnancy (didn’t start running until after #3). I have big babies and the support belt was a lifesaver! I can’t remember the brand, but it looked like the Gabrialla. I trained for and ran a half at 26 weeks with the help of the belt. I highly recommend getting one. I also made sure I never went more than 2 miles without passing a bathroom, I did lots of loops!

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