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Exercise tips

So I was wondering what exercises all of you guys are doing I have been walking for about 20-30 minutes a day but was wondering if there is anything else that I could do because walking gets kind of boring for me haha
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On the weekends i hikes litterally friday, saturday, Sunday with my son and husband. Other than that if i get a burst if energy I walk a mile, planks, standing crunches, leg raises, and do a few things I found online. I searched up safe exercises and safe ab excersis. Yoga and streching is also really good.
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Walking is a great thing to do while pregnant if you have flab on your arms I started lifting 5 pound weights and it works amazing!!
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8793709 tn?1409597660
I do the cross trainer in the gym for 50 min, 4 times a week.
I also do a lot of (window) shopping, which makes walking more interesting  :-)
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Ok thanks for the help guys!
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Pre-natal yoga,  it's a lot of stretching, helps to relax your body and always makes me sleep well after. And then walking.
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