Great Pregnancy Exercises - You Stay Active And Get Ready For Baby
1. Our Favorite Workouts.
Right now, you're super-motivated to make healthy and lasting changes in your life. We share our favorite workouts to keep you active, along with essential exercise information and weight-gain guidance for pregnant women.
2. The Feel-Great Workout.
Three simple routines to help you get going in the morning, stay stress-free during the day and relax at night in every trimester.
3. Water Baby.
Ease pregnancy discomforts and stay in shape safely with this cool pool workout. It strengthens arms, shoulders, upper and lower legs, hips, buttocks, and core, and stretches your calves. 4. Get It Straight.
A tense neck, sore back, twinges in your hips, throbbing feet—when you're pregnant, aches and pains are just part of the deal, right? Not necessarily. Tweak your body's alignment for a pain-free pregnancy.
5. Walk This Way.
A trimester-by-trimester guide to the perfect walking workout for pregnant women of all sizes, shapes and fitness levels.
6. The Power of Yoga.
Research shows that moms-to-be who regularly practice yoga may have a leg up during labor and delivery. A study of 74 first-time mothers in Thailand found that those who did prenatal yoga experienced less pain and a shorter labor. Prepare your body and mind for labor and delivery with our prenatal yoga moves.
7. Relieve Back Pain.
Back pain is a common pregnancy symptom. That's because ligament-loosening hormones, weight gain and a shifting center of gravity all conspire to cause 2, million pregnant women to cry out from back pain every year.
Here's some news to make you sit up (straight!) and take notice: You can start building a better back now. Our pain-busting moves are safe to do while pregnant and may help you avoid medication.
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