When it comes to working out during pregnancy there is often differing opinions out there. For many women there is also the difficulty of exercsing post pregnancy. If the sleepless nights and constant demands of parenthood aren’t enough, it’s often just about when and how you find the time.
Let’s start with before the baby is born. You will come across many conflicting views about whether it’s safe to exercise during pregnancy and even more about the type of exercise you should be doing. Before we say anything else, the only person whose advice carries any weight is your Doctor, so that should be your first port of call. That being said, for most women, exercsing whilst pregnant is perfectly safe and can actually be beneficial for both you and the baby.
During pregnancy your body undergoes lots of changes that can sometimes come with a number of common health problems. The good news is that regular exercise can help to relieve some of these pregnancy-related niggles. It may help to:
The key is making sure that you are doing the right type of exercise.
We chatted to Annebeth, a member over at Queens Park about how our classes have helped her maintain her fitness both pre and post-natal.
Our trainers will support you throughout pregnancy ensuring that you can train safely, and once your little one arrives and you feel ready to start training again we have a number of Baby Friendly Classes so that you can train whilst your baby watches.
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