Exercise

Exercise can improve your odds of conceiving. And the more fit you are, the more likely you are to have a healthy pregnancy, easy delivery, and healthy baby. Learn which exercises help the most, how often to work out, what to avoid, and more.

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Prenatal Yoga: Warrior 2
This mind-clearing pose, also called Virabhadrasana, requires focus as you concentrate on bending your front knee as deeply as possible. It can help open your groin and strengthen your legs. Leggings by Ingrid & Isabel Tank by Destination Maternity
Prenatal Yoga: Seated Ankle-to-Knee Pose
Agnistambhasana, in a seated ankle-to-knee variation, is an effective way to relieve hip pain caused by hormonal changes, as well as weight gain. Leggings by Ingrid & Isabel Tank by Destination Maternity
Prenatal Yoga: Supported Bound Ankle Pose
This pose, also known as Supta Baddha Konasana, will open your chest and hips. It can also help alleviate any shortness of breath, a symptom that you may have during your first trimester due to rising levels of the hormone progesterone, as well as your third trimester as your baby grows and takes up more room in your belly. Leggings by Ingrid & Isabel Tank by Destination Maternity
Fitness Dos & Don'ts for Getting Pregnant
You may have heard that too much—or too little—exercise while you're trying to get pregnant can make it harder to conceive. Here, we separate the myths from the facts on fitness and fertility.
Fertility-Boosting Yoga Poses
Try this yoga workout to relax, better align your pelvis, and increase blood flow -- all factors that may help promote quicker conception.
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