prenatal health

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.
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.
It doesn't matter if going to the gym six weeks after delivery is normal. What matters is whether or not you are ready.
Diastasis recti makes training difficult. These safe workouts will rebuild your core safely.
These workouts are designed to help women at all stages of motherhood feel strong and move without pain.
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.
Kristina Pinto is a marathoner, mother, mind-body specialist, and author of the new book, "Fit & Healthy Pregnancy." I recently had an opportunity to talk to her and learn about her work.
"Fit & Healthy Pregnancy" by Kristina Pinto is an excellent resource for pregnant women who want to maintain their fitness before, during, and after pregnancy.
Shiva Rea's "Prenatal Yoga" is a great choice for a gentle, low-impact prenatal yoga routine to prevent pregnancy discomforts and relax the body and mind.
You've probably heard finding a niche is a good business move, but there's a good and a bad way to do it. Here are five things to avoid while exploring a new specialty.
Health starts in the womb, and exercise is one of the best ways to give your baby a healthy start. Here are ten articles for moms who want to stay active during pregnancy.
I was skeptical of a raw pregnancy diet at first. Can a raw diet provide all the nutrients that mom and baby need? As a mom myself I was curious, so I did some studying.