How the fitness aficionado keeps moving during pregnancy. Plus, the adorable way she shared the news with her husband. For more from Stacy Keibler, pick up the June/July issue of Fit Pregnancy on newsstands May 26th! Back to Main Page: Stacy's New Spark
The problem: Weight gain, a shifting center of gravity, and ligament-loosening hormones all contribute to aches and pains as your pregnancy progresses. The solution: Strengthen your core muscles to support your back and spine, and stretch your shoulders, upper back, quads and hip flexors with these simple exercises. Looking for more? These 10 yoga poses are safe for every trimester.
A Pilates workout will help you stay fit and feel comfortable at every stage of your baby’s growth. Because Pilates work engages your deepest core muscles, pelvic floor, hips and spine, you’ll develop muscle strength and memory that will help your body recover faster post-pregnancy. Although Pilates is one of the safest workouts you can do when you’re expecting, be sure to check with your doctor before you begin this or any workout program.