One of the most exciting things in life is finding out you are pregnant. Usually your mind will go in a million different directions ranging from baby names, schools, nursery decorations and baby showers. All of those thoughts are important, but you must remember the most important thing first. Your first thought should be how do I get the baby here safely. The answer is by taking care of yourself. Proper nutrition, vitamins and pregnancy exercises are essential.
Pregnancy exercise might not be the first thing you think of when you find out you are pregnant, but it is very important. Here is a list of 10 different articles that explore the importance of exercise while pregnant. Remember do not proceed with any type of exercise without getting the okay from your doctor.
This article discusses how much exercise is enough and how much is too much when you are pregnant. Read about how your body warns you when you are pushing too hard.
Here is a list of fun exercises to engage in before, during and after you are pregnant.
This 20 minute cardio workout is perfect for any working mom-to-be that lacks the time to fit in an hour of exercise. Remember exercise is beneficial for you and the baby!
Along with several other benefits exercising while pregnant helps you mentally and physically. Although you are encouraged to be active there are do’s and don’ts to most exercises.
This article discusses what pregnancy exercises are best at each trimester.
It does not matter if you are having and C-section or natural childbirth it will only make things easier to have you body prepared for delivery. This article discusses exercises that will prepare you body.
Kegel exercises are a must for all women before and after pregnancy. If you are going to practice Kegel exercises while pregnant permission from your doctor is necessary. Read more to learn about 5 simple Kegel exercises.
Exercise is important at every stage of your pregnancy, but sometimes fatigue hinders you from going to the gym or going on a walk. The Mayo Clinic has a few helpful hints on ways to keep you motivated.
There are several types of exercise pregnant women should stay clear of because they can be harmful to your body. Explore this article and find out what is appropriate for you and at what trimester.
This article has the research and data to prove the benefits of prenatal exercise. Plus, they discuss the motivation to keep it up after the baby arrives.
There seems to be a pregnancy exercise to fit each person at each trimester of their pregnancy. This is a wonderful time to try something new or maintain your regular (safe) routine. Taking the time to get moving each day will not only benefit you and your delivery, but the baby will thank you as well.