To defuse the myths and set the record straight for training for pregnant women, we asked Marianne Fournier, our certified prenatal and postnatal trainer, all of our questions is set up in http://www.isofit.com.hk/training-programmes/training-options/special-focus/prenatal-pregnancy-pilates
Can we train pregnant?
The answer is yes”. Those who have always practiced may continue to do so within reasonable limits of course and provided that sport or exercise is not a practice to be avoided during pregnancy (see below). “Women can even start a new sport or workout during pregnancy unless there is a contraindication from their doctor. It is essential to keep him informed of your physical activities and to have his agreement, “advises Marianne Fournier.
However, women should not start training to gain the least amount of weight. Weight gain between 20 and 30 pounds during pregnancy is normal and healthy for the baby. “My number one tip for pregnant women I train is to listen to their body and take more breaks,” she says.
And the first three months?
Because of the higher risk of miscarriage during the first three months of pregnancy, extra caution should be exercised when practicing physical activity that can increase risk. To be prohibited: running and jogging, jumps and impact sports. If you do not want to run any risk, wait until the end of the first trimester to exercise. http://www.isofit.com.hk/zh/why-iso-fit/the-iso-fit-mix most question is answered here
Until when, during pregnancy, can one train?
“As long as the mother feels good! I trained in the morning the day I gave birth to my son, “recalls Marianne Fournier. “Of course, you have to adjust the training according to your physical capacity and the size of your growing belly,” she adds