3. Listen to Your Body

You don’t have to become a weightlifter or a 5K runner to stay fit during pregnancy. Light exercise each day, for at least one hour, will suffice. Still, you should avoid exercises that require jumping, bouncing, and waist-twisting. You should also avoid high-impact sports where falling is a potential risk.

The amniotic fluid which surrounds your baby in the womb will protect him or her. So, in general, your baby will be safe when you exercise during the first and second trimesters. If something causes you too much pain or doesn’t feel right, stop.

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