Almost every day, a pregnant woman asks me what is normal in terms of weight gain during pregnancy. We have a nifty trick to help you know if you’re on track.
One of our clients just found out she has gestational diabetes. She’s an avid exerciser, but had terrible morning sickness in her first trimester and lost weight. She gained it back rapidly in her 2nd trimester. She wondered what she could have done differently and how exercise might help her manage her gestational diabetes. We’ve got some answers!
Question: I weigh less than I did when before I got pregnant, but I look bigger. What’s up with that?
So, you’ve signed up for your first pregnancy workout class! Maybe it’s an Oh Baby! Fitness class, or maybe it’s a pregnancy yoga class at your nearby Y. First- congratulations! You’ve already done the hardest part- deciding to exercise,
This weekend I was partaking in every pregnant woman’s favorite past time: hanging out with Google. I’ve become a master Google-er over this pregnancy (my rules: avoid the forums, avoid the comments, seriously avoid anything that says “trigger” ). This
Oh Baby! Fitness is excited to offer water classes at the Lifetime Fitness in Johns Creek, GA. Classes begin in mid-May. Moms can choose from Pregnancy Water Aerobics or H2Oh Baby, our mom & baby water aerobics class. Both classes
Does your fitness instructor remind you how to breathe properly? Isn’t it the most awkward feeling to be told how to breathe, when normally, you just breathe without thinking about it? “In through your nose, out through your mouth, pull
Here’s the real deal: you will either feel like you’ve gained not enough or too much weight. Your weight gain will not be a steady line—you will have a month where you gain 9 lbs and freak out. You will