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Some mothers-to-be and doctors worry about exercise during pregnancy. But it’s really okay. – The Washington Post

A few physicians are cautious, fearing injury to the woman or baby. But experts say if you listen to your body, the right amount can be beneficial to both.

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Right up until she gave birth in March, she continued to lead her regular spinning and strength classes and also started a prenatal series.
Having gone through two pregnancies of my own, I was delighted. It was the first time I had seen a pregnant woman intensely exercising.
Plenty of athletes get pregnant. But we often dont get an opportunity to witness them exercising in their second and third trimesters, even though the benefits of exercise during pregnancy are well documented. For instance,…

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