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Can't be bothered exercising!

I'm in my first trimester and seriously have zero motivation to exercise - before I was pregnant I would Exercise 5-6 days a week. Anyone this bad too? And does the motivation come back in the 2nd trimester? Thanks
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Most women get their energy back during their second trimester. I know sometimes it's hard to motivate yourself to get up and exercise but you should walk at least 20 minutes everyday during your pregnancy. Trust me it gets better!
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That was me also.. I exercised at 6 day a week b4 n then I was just so tired but after a few weeks I had to force myself to go to the gym with zero motivation. Once I got there I had to start slow as if I started a new program. Felt like that for a week and a half then it just became easier n I got my drive to exercise back. Now if I stop going for more then 4 day I get tired again so the trick is to push ur self to get there n ur get thru it. If u don't ull just stay with zero energy n tired all the time. I'm now 34 weeks n I'm still going to the gym 4 to 5 days. I switched running to bike like 3 weeks ago and I'm still doing my weight training.  I have so much energy.
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I am in the same boat. I was exercising 5-6 days a week and eating a healthy diet. Now I have not been doing anything and have not been eating horrible, but not the greatest. Its actually making me feel kind of gross that I have not been doing anything. I am hoping to at least walk a couple of hours a week.
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I stopped too..i was wayyy too exhausted and all I wanted to do was sleep...i had 1 awesome workout during my 2nd but couldn't walk for a week after it so I'm waiting until baby is out to really get back into it haha I'm due Dec 1st so I've already told my guy for Xmas I want a really good pair of runners.
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Same, weight train 5-6 days a week with hiit. I still try to get out and swim or do some pushups but my nausea doesn't let me do much. That and my body just feels extremely sore :(
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