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Prenatal Yoga Pikesville MD

According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, low-impact exercise that requires moderate exertion is probably best during pregnancy. Walking, swimming, dancing and cycling seem to be comfortable pregnancy exercises that can be enjoyed by most women. Read on for more.

Vidae International Health and Wellness Ctr
(410) 602-6242
122 Slade Ave Ste 200
Pikesville, MD
 
Gerstung Center
(410) 337-7781
1400 Coppermine Terrace
Baltimore, MD
 
Curves Pikesville/Baltimore-Northwest MD
1321 Bedford Ave., Suite B
Baltimore, MD
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Coldspring Swim and Tennis Club
(410) 542-7176
4701 Yellowwood Ave
Baltimore, MD
 
Gabbys Lounge Hilton Inn Pikesville
(410) 653-1100
Beltwy Exit 20 ; Rei
Pikesville, MD
 
Baltimore Fitness and Tennis
(410) 653-0166
1726 Reisterstown Rd
Pikesville, MD
 
Fitness Dimensions Inc
(410) 363-6323
1726 Reisterstown Rd
Pikesville, MD
 
Vidae Intl Hlth and Fitnes Ctr
(410) 602-6242
122 Slade Ave
Baltimore, MD
 
Sinai Wellbridge LLC
(410) 484-6800
1836 Greene Tree Rd
Baltimore, MD
 
Curves Pikesville/Baltimore-Northwest
1321 Bedford Ave.
Baltimore, MD
 
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Pregnant Exercising, Tips for Pregnancy Workout - Types of Safe Exercises for Pregnant Women

Eat and Exercise for Two - What Type of Exercise is best During Pregnancy?

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According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, low-impact exercise that requires moderate exertion is probably best during pregnancy. Walking, swimming, dancing and cycling seem to be comfortable pregnancy exercises that can be enjoyed by most women.

According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), many different types of exercise can be safe for most pregnant women. They do recommend following these guidelines when choosing a pregnancy exercise plan:

  • Make sure your partner avoids activities in which pregnant women can get hit in the abdomen, like kickboxing, soccer, basketball or ice hockey
  • Steer your spouse clear of pregnancy exercises in which women can fall, like horseback riding, downhill skiing, and gymnastics
  • Do not let your spouse scuba dive as a form of pregnancy exercise. Scuba diving can create gas bubbles in the baby's blood that can cause many health problems

Also See:

  • What Guidelines should my spouse follow?
  • Is Exercise Safe for All Pregnant Women?
  • How Will I know if my spouse is overdoing it?
  • How can I help my wife prepare her Body for Labor and Delivery?
  • Why Exercise During Pregnancy?

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