Fitness Regime During Pregnancy

If you are pregnant, your gynec will ask you to go for a daily walk and do some sort of exercise. Exercising helps you to have a smooth sailing pregnancy and also a trouble free labor.

Being pregnant does not mean that you get all bloaty and stressed out. There are many women who find pregnancy a perfect excuse to hog non-stop, and thereby pile up pounds which become difficult to loose.

Also during pregnancy, women tend to become lethargic due to excess weight they carry. However, by doing the right exercises, you can not only feel lighter, keep your body fit but also loose the pregnancy weight quicker after delivery.

Following tips will come handy for women to stay fit during pregnancy:

Make sure that you opt for an exercise plan that is made in consultation with your health care provider. He will be the best person to decide the kinds of exercises that you will be able to undertake considering your body condition.

Many women who already have some troubles with their pregnancy more often than not will not be recommended to carry any sort of exercise and would be advised complete bed rest.

An apt exercise plan during pregnancy consists of exercise that won’t be harmful to the mother as well as the baby.

Walking is considered to be the easiest and the most convenient exercise for the pregnant ladies. It is safe to do throughout the pregnancy term and can fit in to your daily routine without any trouble. In fact at the end of the term,walking will also help in quick labor.

Various other water sports such as swimming, water aerobics are considered to very good during as well as after the pregnancy. Swimming is the best form of exercise during pregnancy as it exercises your arms and legs. It is also considered to be good for your heart and lungs as well.   You will feel lighter and there is less risk of tripping or falling.

Make sure that you do not indulge in exercises that require lot of body coordination and balance. This is mainly because any form of exercise that requires lot of coordination and have the risk of tripping or falling.

You can also join a dance class during pregnancy. There are lots of dance forms which are not only considered safe but also helpful during pregnancy.

Pilates and yoga are also helpful during pregnancy as they aid in strengthening your pelvic floor muscles, tummy and also help in toning the muscles as well as keeping the body flexible.



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