Experts agree that exercise is important for expecting mothers. It’s good for you and for baby to be. Like any activities its everything in moderation. Especially in the late term of the pregnancy when lower impact low exertion exercise is best. Yoga is one of the top recommended since is it low impact and dose not require any special equipment and is also beneficial to your mental health by reducing stress and anxiety. Swimming and simple body weight exercises like sit-ups and push-ups are great alternatives. It is recommended that any exercises that require tummy time be avoided.
- Skip any movement that makes you feel off-balance
- moderate exercise is good for you and baby toomoderate exercise is good for you and baby too
- it’s best to run your fitness plans by your doc
“Good news: You can continue to do basic strength training moves—such as squats, push-ups, rows, raises, and curls—during pregnancy.”