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NEED to workout!

I absolutely love working out and keeping my body fit,but now that im prego with my eggo i have no idea what excersises im allowed to do besides boring walking -_- . so far all i heard is that squats are bad because of joints. & im only 7 weeks so id rather get it started now so it wont be to hard in my later weeks,i just dont want to hurt my baby...any exercise suggestions?
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4544384 tn?1356336067
At this point you can really do whatever, the more exercise the better
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Even abdominal?
889551 tn?1416188083
I wouldn't do crunches. But you can generally do anything you did prior to pregnancy unless you're having complications. I knew a girl who ran a mile every morning throughout her pregnancy. She's pg again and still running and going to the gym.

If you're worried you can do prenatal yoga or other exercises geared towards pregnant women or low impact workouts.
4565938 tn?1357884253
Keep up training back u will need it. No abdominal work. Squats n stuff r ok at a pool ect takes pressure from abdomine n back. Also if u have tight abs they'll most likely split which ul need to fix early so keep them checked. Mine were gone around 15w cause of how tight all those muscles were. But also pregnancy Pilates is extremely beneficial :)
4565938 tn?1357884253
Also some woman actually get told to cut down on walking like I'm not allowed cause my joints are really loose n it causes alot of pain in my legs hips n back. Not just the joints.
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