Pregnancy is an incredible time for a woman marked by an amazing, and at times challenging, transformation. Pregnancy might leave you feeling delighted, anxious, exhilarated and exhausted — sometimes all at once. Common physical changes during pregnancy include bouts of nausea from rapidly rising levels of estrogen and progesterone, tender, swollen breasts, increased urination, fatigue and dizziness, and increasing laxity in joints due to hormones, all of which must be managed appropriately to avoid injury.
For those that going through pregnancy and are not experiencing any complications there is no reason why they cannot exercise whilst pregnant. On the contrary, staying active and incorporating regular exercise into a pregnancy routine offers a host of benefits for the mum-to-be. Regular exercise will help keep pregnant women healthy and help avoid pregnancy complications like preeclampsia and diabetes.