Pregnant women can exercise too. Here are some tips on how to adapt your fitness program to work with your pregnancy.
From new movements with an extra weight (the baby) to simply recovering from pregnancy and labor, your body has different needs than it did before. Find out how to adjust your workout to your new lifestyle.
Exercise is good for everyone, especially if you're a mom or mom-to-be. Follow these exercise tips through the trimesters of pregnancy, and those that follow.
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