During pregnancy, our body goes through some very significant changes and mostly it is very much out of shape. To maintain a healthy body and to stay in a better shape, Here is a list of the top five exercises for you and your body during the 40 weeks of pregnancy.
Strength training is great for every pregnant woman because it makes the heart function better and boosts the heart rate that is again quite beneficial. You can try using the dumbbells for this exercise. Adjustable dumbbells are the safest option because you can adjust the weights according to your body. But avoid carrying heavy weights.
Another great exercise for the time of your pregnancy is plié. It is quite easy to perform, all you have to do is stand in a parallel position to the backside of any chair that is around, hold the chair with the closest hand, and keep your feet in parallel position and your hip-distance apart. In this position, pull yourself up and down. Make sure to keep your back straight while doing this exercise. This exercise will strengthen your body and abdominal region.
Planking is again one of the safest exercises for a pregnant woman. Just make sure not to do it for more than ten to fifteen minutes. Also, while you are planking, don’t let your belly sag no matter what and keep your back straight. It will not just help you tone your body but will provide you with strength and energy as well.
Swimming is the most fun exercise for everyone out there, and luckily it is very safe for all pregnant woman out there so go for swimming every day and enjoy. It is not just a great exercise but a super fun activity, after all, who doesn’t love to play with water? Also, it is said that swimming is a bump friendly exercise and it is safe for all trimesters of pregnancy, not just the early ones.
Morning and evening walk
Walking is a must for every pregnancy trimester. It is that one exercise that eases the pregnancy discomfort. It is meant for all the women of every size, every shape, and all the fitness levels. It will help you strengthen your lower and upper legs. It will also increase your stamina to a great degree.
Stay safe everyone!
About the Author: Ida Jones is a mother of two little ones. She enjoys home-based workouts, cardio exercises, and long runs. She loves spending her vacations outdoors with her kids around nature. She believes in clean and healthy eating. She regularly writes about fitness tips and much more at Fitness Grit.