exercise during pregnancy

Eating specific foods can improve fertility, help prevent miscarriage, and provide a nutritional baseline to begin a healthy pregnancy.
Having a healthy lifestyle built around good nutrition, moderate exercise, and maintaining healthy weight gain will benefit both you and your baby in the long run.
It's important to know what changes are going on during the prenatal period and the cardiovascular effects of pregnancy.
Staying healthy and fit while pregnant can have a profound effect on the health and athletic potential of your baby.
With the right approach, you can develop a training plan that will empower any mom-to-be.
The first trimester of pregnancy is infamous for being a fitness deal-breaker, largely due to fatigue. But there are ways to work around it.
Many health professionals recommend light exercise for women on bed rest as a way to prevent complications.
Pregnancy poses a challenge for research, but there are plenty of studies out there supporting the benefits of exercise.
Low back pain, pelvic girdle pain, and urinary incontinence can derail your workouts during pregnancy.
Good exercise habits impact you and your baby before you conceive, during pregnancy, and after you give birth.
No one talks about after the baby. They don't talk about how hard it is to take six weeks off or the shock it is when you hit your first workout.
Ten to fifteen percent of women experience postpartum depression in the first year after birth. How can exercise help?
Every pregnancy is different. But whatever the case may be, simply meditating and sending love to the unborn baby is essential for creating a lifelong connection between mother and child.
When I think about having a baby, I wonder how I can build a family and stay involved in BJJ. I recently spoke to Emily about her experience and she offered a lot of insight.
I think you could say I’m a bit of a geek when it comes to pregnancy stuff, and 2013 was chock full of exciting research, controversy, and even a new invention.
Lindsey Mathews is a chiropractor who specializes in biomechanics of the body. She eats a paleo diet and takes fish oil. Here are ten articles from her to help you look after yourself.
Jill Miller is hosting an amazing webinar with a panel of experts that includes Kelly Starrett, Katy Bowman, and Sarah Fragoso.