Exercising during pregnancy keeps the mother and baby healthy. Board-certified women’s health physical therapist Sara Reardon PT, DPT, WCS says, “Women who are more active and exercise regularly during pregnancy have easier labor and delivery, decreased pain during pregnancy, decreased constipation, better sleep, decreased risk of postpartum depression, and healthier babies.”
But you must practice precaution because not all exercises are safe during pregnancy. “Any exercise that increases pressure on the lower abdomen and pelvis could cause harm to the uterus or fetus,” points out NASM-certified personal trainer, John Gardner. Read on to get the list of exercises to avoid during pregnancy, safe workouts, and other tips from experts.
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