It takes for granted that pregnant women do not have to abstain from movements as the ancestors believe. Instead of spending all day on the lazy chair, you should exercise regularly until the birth, of course,  it must be under the guidance of a doctor of obstetrics and gynecology.

For women who like to exercise, anytime is also the best to be pregnant. Outdoor sport is an essential part of living a healthy style. Therefore, normal pregnant women should spend at least 30 minutes per day for gentle agitation.

Consult Your Doctor Before Starting Exercise

You need to be browsed jogging exercises by a doctor. Normally, there will be no problems. However, if you have a medical problem or complication of pregnancy, your doctor may be limiting your exercise program, even do not let you set. Conversely, in some cases, such as pregnant women with gestational diabetes, your doctor will ask them to exercise more.

You also need to explain to the doctor how exercise frequency is appropriate and right for you. Because an exercise for this person might be easy, but with others will be too much hard and vice versa.

If your health condition is good, doctors will encourage you to exercise regularly as the time without being pregnant, as long as you do not feel any discomfort. However, pregnant mothers should avoid powerful sports and high risk like soccer, rugby.

Select Your Favorite Exercises

Almost all relaxation exercises are safe and effective for pregnant women. It is important that you choose the favorite exercises to be able mettle, especially during the day you feel heavy or is no longer any energy. If feeling comfortable, you’ll maintain a better workout.

Avoid Heavy Sports

Because belly gets bigger and will affect the sense of balance, you should be careful with the sport prone to slip or abdominal pain as horseback riding, soccer, basketball or cycling.

Exercise helps to control gestational diabetes, physical activities and sports such as swimming, walking, dancing regularly, which can help you better control diabetes in pregnancy

Avoid The High Sport

Unless living in the highlands, you should avoid any activity that takes you up to 1.800m higher than sea level. Conversely, scuba diving is also inappropriate because it may lead to reduce pressure in the fetus. If desired, the mother should elect after birth to try this sport.

Tracking Changes In Body

The body changes from day to day, so you need to adjust the tracking workouts accordingly. Do not want to waste your time and effort, you should set the pace slow down in order to ensure the balance. You can also change your workout schedule.

For example, for jogging, during pregnancy, they will feel the hips and knees to bear more pressure. In addition to weight gain, the joints and ligaments expansion also makes sense of body movement change much.

After the first 3 months of pregnancy, you will also have to avoid the movements of yoga or standing motionless as it hinders the circulation of capital, which is not conducive to the fetus.

Start Slow And Centralize Training Maintenance

If you are a beginner for the first time, you should start slowly. Otherwise, you should only maintain and not increase the level of exercise during pregnancy. For example, if you like jogging 30 minutes a day, you can split the jogging into 3 times a day, every 10 minutes.

It will bring the same effect. Even activities such as vacuuming for 15 or 15 minutes of sweeping the backyard can also be called the goal you have completed 30 minutes of exercise every day.

You absolutely can last up to one hour of the training session, as long as you do not feel tired. The overtraining can lead to dehydration and lack of oxygen to the fetus when you breathe.

In addition, each stage of pregnancy will be the time you have to “visit” a doctor. The majority of tests to ensure the development status of the baby and mother are completely normal. For the pregnant mother, who are first elected, they should note some certain period.