Celebrity Pregnancy Workouts
Stay in shape throughout pregnancy with workouts from celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak. These prenatal moves are designed to target your arms, core, legs, and back.
Celebrity Pregnancy Workout: Total Body Tune-Up
Celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak designed these prenatal moves to keep your pregnant bod in shape. Workout your arms, core, legs, and back with a lateral raise, a lateral lunge, and the bird dog.
Celebrity Pregnancy Workout: Stand Tall
Grab some light weights and get fit for delivery day with these total body workout moves from celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak. You'll be seeing results in no time by adding the dumbbell row, sumo squat, and standing dumbbell side bend to your workout
going to do the bent over dumbbell row. Stand with your feet shoulder width apart and knees slightly bent. Holding a weight in each hand, palms facing each other. Lean your upper body forward, bending at the hips, and keeping the spine straight, and extend your arms toward the floor, directly under shoulders. Slowly bend
Celebrity Pregnancy Workout: Finish Strong
Turn on the music and start working on those muscles! Celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak designed these moves specifically for pregnant mamas. Tone your whole body with the overhead triceps extension, stiff leg dead lift, and plank.
the elbows form a 90 degree angle. Raise the weight back to starting position and repeat. Do 15 reps. This exercise is called the stiff-leg dead lift. Stand with your feet shoulder width apart, holding a dumbbell in each hand. Palms facing the front of your thighs. Keeping your head and chest up and shoulders back. Slowly push your hips back and lower the weights toward the floor. You should feel this in your **** and hamstrings. Return to starting position and repeat. Do 15 reps. Next up, the plank. Get down on your knees. Then lean forward onto your forearms. Elbows directly under shoulders. Palms flat on the floor. Extend your legs out behind you, lift your hips, and push up with your arms. You should be supporting your weight with your hands and toes, belly button pulled toward your spine. Your body should form one long line from your heels to your shoulders. Hold here, keeping your core