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Early pregnancy exercise

When you find out you are expecting, learning what early pregnancy exercise you can still perform is a smart move. Preparing to give birth will place a great deal of stress on the body, and you will not be able to workout at quite the same intensity as you did before.

In your first trimester, the early pregnancy exercise options are rather plentiful. You will still be able to do your cardiovascular work, only do so at a moderate pace, and be sure you are resting frequently. Avoid working yourself too hard where you see a great increase in your temperature because this could put you at a higher risk for problems.

Great options for early pregnancy exercise include walking, using the elliptical trainer, doing resistance tubing movements, and performing yoga. Be sure to take at least two days off per week to allow for complete rest. This will help to ensure you are not overdoing things.

Finally, always consult your doctor before starting any new activities to be sure it is safe. There are a wide variety of different classes out there for women who are expecting so consider joining one of those. Not only will it be more tailored to your needs, but it will help you meet other mothers who can share their experiences with you.

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