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Exercise During Pregnancy

Exercise During Pregnancy

Exercise during pregnancy & your overall physical fitness will be the key for good baby development and less painful labor. It will also help get back to your pre-pregnancy figure sooner.


  • Keeps your weight gain under check
  • Reduced stress levels
  • Reduced risk of gestational diabetes
  • Better health for your baby
  • Helps you get back to your pre-pregnancy weight sooner

Stretching, yoga and brisk walks can be a part of your daily routine. There are a lot of gyms and birthing centres that offer fitness classes exclusively for pregnant women that you can join. Joining such a class will give you the opportunity to meet other pregnant women. Practising the yoga postures in this article will also help with easy pregnancy

Also read : Pranayama for healthy pregnancy 


If you have a busy schedule and unable to dedicate time to go to a fitness class you can consider
  • Taking stairs & walking to the corner store for groceries
  • Have walking meetings with your colleagues & walking chat sessions with friends
  • There are lots of on-line videos for yoga & exercise that you can follow in the comfort of your home. If you feel dizzy or uncomfortable, stop immediately and ask for help
  • Walk around the neighbourhood mall. It can be fun and still keeps the blood pumping
  • Try and find a pregnancy buddy in your neighbourhood so the both of you can stay motivated
When you are out on your fitness regime, you don’t have to look frumpy just because you are pregnant. Wearing your husband’s over-sized tee will not make you feel as beautiful as you are. Invest in good maternity wear as they will come a long way during your pregnancy & motherhood phase. 
You can shop from Morph's extensive range of maternity wear.
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