Weight gain during pregnancy is normal and an important part of your pregnancy. Here you'll learn how to estimate how much you should gain. You'll also find great resources to help you stay on track, no matter your current weight.
You can do this quick and comprehensive ten-minute workout throughout your pregnancy.
Even in the third trimester, you can still work that butt! In this video, you'll see how to exercise comfortably and effectively.
If you have hang-ups about what pregnancy will do to your body, you're not alone. Beyond your expanding belly, all kinds of changes -- good and bad -- occur from head to toe. Here, we uncover your most common fears about gaining the pounds necessary for a healthy baby, along with advice on how to deal.
When done correctly, ab exercises can be very beneficial during pregnancy. Do these exercises 2-3 times a week for best results.
Attention, both expecting and new moms. Get in shape just by putting one foot in front of the other.
New research shows that gaining too much can be harmful to you and your baby. Follow our smart tips to maintain a weight that's healthy for you both.
Baby's got back, indeed! Here's why pregnancy weight can make its way to your butt.
Once you've reached the third trimester, you're in the final stretch. Keep up your workout regimen with these fun exercises.
Learn why too many pregnancy pounds could be risky for you and your baby.
Sometimes, those extra pounds are more than just a side effect of motherhood. Find out when they signal something serious.
Stay fit throughout your second trimester with this well-rounded workout that you can do at least twice a week.
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How many pounds should you be gaining, and when?
Weight gain is an inevitable part of pregnancy, but you can make every pound count.
We all want our bodies to bounce right back after pregnancy. Here is how to stay healthy during pregnancy.
Working out while pregnant doesn't have to be difficult or time-consuming. Try these exercises during your first trimester.
Have you gained a safe amount of weight? Find out what you can do to make sure you're at your healthiest weight for your pregnancy.
Keep working out those arms during pregnancy with these easy moves. You'll be a pro at carrying Baby when she comes!
Where does all that weight you're gaining go? Learn why you need to pack on those pounds.
Don't sweat those extra pounds, mama! Here's how much the scale will rise--and why you shouldn't stress (too much) over your pregnancy weight gain.
Your weak immune system during regnancy can put you at a higher risk of contracting Listeria. Here's how to eat healthy during pregnancy.
Worried about weight gain? Find out if your attempts to manage your pregnancy weight are too extreme.
The moment you announce you're pregnant, people start giving you food to eat and a chair to sit in. You have an excuse to bulk up! But capping weight gain at 35 pounds (25 if you start out overweight) is best for you and your child: A baby born to a woman who gains too much is 48 percent more likely to be overweight by age 7, says an American Journal of Clinical Nutrition study. Need inspiration? Read these stories from real moms!