Pročitajte knjigu izravno u pregledniku. Preuzmite knjigu u PDF, TXT, FB2 formatu na svoj pametni telefon. I još mnogo togasiezrobi.org.
This book contains a safe and specially devised keep-fit programme for the nine months of pregnancy. Everything a pregnant women needs to do to achieve increased body awareness, improved posture, greater energy, emotional serenity and the strength and endurance necessary for birth and beyond is here, along with how to tailor the exercises to fit individual lifestyles and particular needs. The attractively designed full-colour pages portray pregnant models in specially shot step-by-step photographic sequences accompanied by easy-to-read captions and, where appropriate, annotation, tip boxes and variations. The programme can be followed with confidence by all pregnant women – even those who have never exercised before. Varied programme formulated to help pregnant women achieve the strength and endurance to manage pregnancy more easily and to keep vital supporting muscles toned and flexible. Benefits include feeling better during pregnancy, minimizing side effects, being able to manage work and daily tasks more easily, and to return to one’s pre-pregnant shape sooner. Guidance given on tailoring exercises to suit stage of pregnancy, locale, and available time. Devised by a pregnancy exercise specialist with years of experience teaching fitness to pregnant women at all stages
Although this is partly true, there are many beneficial and safe abdominal exercises to continue to! Here are some exercises you can do during pregnancy: 1.
EXERCISE DURING PREGNANCY Specific activities to avoid during pregnancy include contact sports, high-altitude exertion, including downhill skiing and scuba diving. Also, exercise in the supine position (lying on back) should be avoided after the first trimester or 16 weeks gestation.
Safe information & exercise plans to get you fit for birth & back in shape post.
There is evidence that physical activity may prevent gestational...
This exercise allows you to safely stretch during pregnancy. Go into a half-kneeling position on the floor.