Author - Jill Stein
Walking is one of the most accessible forms of exercise. Start with shorter distances and work your way up to longer distances. You can put the baby in a stroller or wear the baby in a carrier. When the weather permits, walk outside. When the weather doesn't cooperate, walk the aisles of a large grocery store, Target, or walk inside a mall. Find another mom to be your walking-buddy so you can encourage each other.
Start your core exercises with Kegel exercises (pelvic floor muscl...Posted on September 12, 2013 at 9:00 AM
Exercise during pregnancy is an important part of managing the changes that occur to your body in order to accommodate the growing baby. An exercise program will help you feel your best, help you sleep and help keep your weight gain to a healthy amount. Exercise will also help you in the labor room, and it is never too late to start.
Get clearance from your care provider before starting an exercise routine:
1. Cardiovascular exercise should be the cornerstone of your workout. You w...Posted on July 25, 2013 at 6:00 AM