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Shake ’n Bake: A Guide to Exercising During Pregnancy

By Lisa Rhea

Hell-bent on having a healthy, fit pregnancy, the minute I saw that second pink line, I went on amazon.com and ordered practically every book on the subject. 1,266 more words

Benefits Of Exercise While Pregnant

Easy and Safe Exercises during Pregnancy

For some ladies, pregnancy is a period to settle on sound way of life decisions, for example, getting fit and stopping smoking. Whether you are a wellness aficionado or have never exercised routinely, safe exercise during pregnancy is suggested to enhance the strength of you and your baby. 466 more words

Exercise During Pregnancy

Mommy Dish: Week 31 - Exercise


It’s everyone’s favorite topic — working out!  Okay clearly no one loves to talk about working out…well normal people.  But exercising is definitely important while pregnant. 30 more words

Mommy Dish

Why Your Workout Must Change For Pregnancy

This article was written by Lisa Druxman, M.A. She is the Founder of the nation’s leading fitness program for moms: FIT4MOM. Think she knows her stuff? 424 more words

The Mom

How Much Can I Exercise During Pregnancy?

Your level of exercise will vary throughout your pregnancy. Some days (or months) you’ll feel like Wonder Woman, and other times will find you feeling like you ran a marathon when you only walked to the bathroom. 569 more words

Exercise After Pregnancy

Special offer

Mrs Bump is extending its Special Offer from last weeks Cardiff Baby & Toddler Show. It includes 2 FREE class sessions when your register. As part of your registration (£25.00) you will receive an anti burst gym ball of your size which you will need for the class and if you want to do your exercises at home (also very useful during labour), a Mrs Bump shopper bag, a Mrs Bump water bottle and 5 bound booklets including all the education and exercises covered in the classes (once our website is live, this will be replaced with access to a members only area on the site). 24 more words

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