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Ways to tone arms and legs???? What worked best for you women while you were pregnant??
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Thanks ladies
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Can you do push ups while your pregnant??
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Do a lot of push ups for arms and then do squats/lunges for legs. After the pregnancy lifting heavy weight will get you toned fast but won't make you bulky uless you keep increasing your weight rapidly.
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I walk alot and squats lol i have noticed my arms are getting flabby, but sadly i have not done much for them.  Before i was pregnant i used weights for my arms and push ups, but i do not think that is safe while pregnant XD
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Lol @Vikki_Fitz1 I'm going to try the weights again I was lifting but only 1 pound weights most likely why I wasn't seeing results.
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I noticed my arms are getting flabby too! Can't walk as much as I used to so going to wait till baby's here to get doing squats daily. I've started using small weights for my arms (5 mins on each) morning and night because I ain't ending up with bingo wings lol
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Thanks I feel like my arms and legs are looking so flabby!!! Nothing is helping
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I walk to tone my legs and butt. Havent really done much for my arms.
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