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
Even in the third trimester, you can still work that butt! In this video, you'll see how to exercise comfortably and effectively.
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Pregnancy Exercise Essentials
Gearing up for fitness during and after pregnancy is easy. Just check out our list and get ready to go.
Work that Bump!
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These simple pregnancy exercises prevent weight gain, soothe aches, and strengthen your muscles for a speedy labor. Wahoo!
The 10 Best Prenatal Yoga Poses
These 10 natural and low-impact prenatal yoga poses can help mothers stay fit during pregnancy.
Starting an Exercise Program
Weren't much of an exericser before your pregnancy? You can still start a fitness program now! Just be sure to speak first with your doctor and take the necessary precautions.
If hitting the gym isn't exactly on the top of your to-do list these days, don't sweat it. Here are a few easy ways to stay in shape with a baby on board.
Fatigue During Exercise
Fight fatigue and have more energy for exercise and work with these tips.
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Our favorite workouts for pregnancy will help you stay active and get ready for baby.
We've got guidance on what exercise is safe (and what's not) during pregnancy, plus the best classes, cardio and weight training for pregnant women.
Unless you experience any pain or other unusual symptoms, it's okay to continue exercising.
This post-pregnancy workout plan will help you safely return to your pre-baby exercise habits.