Working out for two! A prenatal bodyweight workout that focuses on your legs and core strength. A great workout to do during each trimester. Bodyweight pregnancy workout to help improve strength, stability and mobility. This workout that is safe for moms at all stages of pregnancy and even postpartum.
Remember to listen to your body and stop when something doesn’t feel right to you. We will all have different pregnancy experiences and certain moves might not feel right to someone but feel great for someone else. Always listen to your individual body. Make modifications when needed.
Bodyweight workout routine for pregnancy to strengthen your legs and core
Share this workout with your girlfriends and moms. *Disclaimer: make sure to consult with your doctor before trying a new workout routine. If you feel any pain or discomfort while exercising, stop.
Style of workout: bodyweight
Workout focus: leg and core pregnancy workout
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bodyweightpregnancyworkout (Click to download your pdf)
This workout targets your legs and core while being pregnant. Get ready to have some fun with this pregnancy strength training workout.
Reverse planks are great safe core exercises to do that sometimes gets overlooked. This exercise is great to help strengthen your shoulders, back and hamstrings during pregnancy.
The sumo squat walk is a fun lower body strength exercise with the addition of hamstring curl to work the back of the legs too. Both are important during pregnancy.
And with me being more mindful of what exercises to do to help prevent a large diastasis postpartum I have been avoiding deadlifts to work the hamstrings.
Mantra for the week – I am strong and healthy for my baby.
As moms, we’re pulled into all different directions and have a lot on our minds. We are filled with a lot of emotions, especially that first year.
During pregnancy and even afterward during our postpartum journey, it’s important to keep our minds positive. Remember you’re doing enough.
Let me know what was your favorite exercise move was.
See you at the next workout.
xoxo Lori (and Michelle)
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