Pregnancy Exercise – The 4 Secrets To Your
The secret to post pregnancy exercise is to take things slowly.
Don’t rush in to being more active or you run the risk of causing major long term joint
and weight gain problems.
It is vital that whatever you decide to do is
physically possible and can fit comfortably in to your daily schedule which now includes
baby care amongst many other things.
Lack of sleep and tiredness are major factors in determining whether you will be
able to commit to a programme of gentle exercise. The key to this is to prioritise. You need
sleep, so instead of doing housework when your baby is sleeping use that time to catch up on
As the days pass, you will feel stronger
and more energetic and be able to keep on top of things much easier, but for now
don’t worry about the housework.
If you can motivate yourself to get active, you will notice a massive difference
in postpartum weight loss, energy levels, confidence and patience with your
Here are the 4 vital elements of post pregnancy exercise you need to
concentrate on: -
1. Pelvic floor strengthening exercises - these need to
be done immediately after giving birth and done throughout the day, every day.
2. Pregnancy specific stomach exercises - don’t do sit
ups at first, they could very well leave you with a rounded stomach for the rest of your
3. Regular aerobic or fat burning exercise - walking with
the pram is perfect, just make sure you progress slowly and constantly improve what you are
4. A healthy diet - vital during pregnancy even more
important now, not just for you but also for your baby if you are breastfeeding. Getting it
right now could see you in the best shape of your life, get it wrong and you could very well
consign yourself to a weight problem for as long as you live.
If you want a program of post pregnancy exercise to lose baby weight, burn fat, tone up and fit in to
your pre pregnancy clothes in just 8 weeks from now, I recommend you read every word of
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