It’s very important to keep in shape while you’re carrying your baby and especially important to get back in shape once your little one is born. Here are some great suggestions on how to do just that!
- A Safe Exercise Plan
If you weren’t fit before you became pregnant, begin slowly and build gradually as you become stronger. If you exercised regularly before becoming pregnant, continue your program, with modifications a…Read more
- Benefits of the Perfect Fitness Program
Boosts your energy level and increases your sense of being in control.Read more
Improves your posture and relieves the backaches by strengthening and toning the muscles, butt, and thighs.
- Getting Started
Always talk to your healthcare provider before beginning any exercise program. Once you’re ready to get going start gradually. Even 5 minutes a day is a good start if you’ve been inactive. Add 5 minut…Read more
- Kegal Exercises
These exercises help strengthen your pelvic muscles and reduce leakage of urine, which is caused by the weight of your baby on your bladder. They are easy to do, and you can do them any time you have…Read more
- Post Natal Exercises
Slow and steady was the rule for exercising when you began during your pregnancy. It’s even more important now. Only begin to exercise when you feel ready. It might not be until you’ve had your 6 week…Read more
- Pregnancy Exercise Tips
There are 8 things to be aware of before you begin any exercise routine during your pregnancy.
Some of the physical discomforts of pregnancy are fatigue, swelling, constipation and backaches. When…Read more
- What Exercises You Should Avoid
Avoid weight training and sit-ups after the first trimester. If you want to tone your abdominal muscles, then get on all fours and tighten and relax your muscles as you exhale.
Make sure you don’t…Read more
Yoga exercises are ways of moving or holding the body in different positions. They vary widely and gently stretch and explore all parts of your body. They are a gentle way to keep active and supple du…Read more