“Before I got pregnant, I was in a pretty active rhythm, incorporating a combination of strength training, warm yoga fusion, and Pilates classes into each week. I was able to maintain most of that routine for the first trimester, but I’m starting to hit some walls recently. I get fatigued more easily, recovery takes longer, and a lot of different kinds of movement are becoming uncomfortable or even impossible for me to perform. So I have two questions: (a) at this point, and going forward, what are the types of movement that are NOT safe for me and the baby? And (b), what are some effective exercises to replace the things that are no longer safe?
Awesome article from Workout of the Week on an Oh Baby! Fitness Pregnancy Pilates class. I’ve copied the entire article here because I think it’s so great! Pregnancy Pilates Wednesday, February 2, 2011 | Writinggal I decided that, since I’m
One thing that is different about exercise when it comes to being pregnant is that the exercise should feel good. This can be so contrary to how most people think about exercise for their whole lives (“I’m so sore!” “My