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Posted by lasky1994 
safe for most healthy pregnant
March 13, 2018 10:03PM
Don’t worry about how you look. Fear of judgement can be a huge barrier for first-time runners. You might fear that people will look at you and think, “She doesn’t know what she’s doing” or, “Who does she think she is?” However, @#$%& Air Max 97 Femme the reality is, they’re probably more self-conscious about how they look themselves. Put one Adidas Zx Flux Damen foot in front of the other and know that what you’re doing is fantastic!
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Running in pregnancy is safe for most healthy pregnant women, and regular aerobic exercise can help with both physical fitness and psychological well-being. The Royal College of Adidas Superstar Mujer Verdes Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) suggests that all pregnant women participate in aerobic and strength-conditioning exercise as part of a healthy lifestyle during their pregnancy.

They suggest previously Adidas Ultra Boost Womens sedentary women should begin with 15 minutes of continuous exercise three times a week, gradually increasing the frequency and duration to 30-minute sessions four to seven times per week.

However, due to the normal anatomic and physiologic changes of pregnancy and needs of the foetus, some tweaks to your normal running routine may be needed at different stages of your pregnancy. Here’s three points to consider.
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