Exercise During Pregnancy

Exercise During Pregnancy

When you decide to begin an exercise plan just after you conceive, you must be careful of the possible risks it may pose to you and that of the baby.

Exercising during the first trimester of pregnancy presents sometimes a minor challenge, but often times a number of consequences. Most mums new to the regime will quickly get tired, nauseous, but mostly scared that each move you make will harm their baby. This is the reason why you have to inform your instructor of your pregnancy so that he or she can design a safe work out plan which gives you strength, stability, and overall fitness required to go through the whole nine months.

It is very important to keep your midwife and obstetrician informed of your intentions as they have your medical history and can recommend the best for you!

Suggested Exercise Plan

* Do the Weight loss workout 3 days a week, resting at least a day between each session. For example Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

* Do the Cardio Workout three times a week also, but alternating the days for your weight loss such as: Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
* As a tip, always complete your warm-up exercises prior to the weight loss and cardio workouts.


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