Kegel exercises strengthen all the muscles supporting your uro-genital tract. Nature intends the pelvic floor muscles to relax somewhat during pregnancy to prepare for delivery of the baby. But if ...
Upside: Good detailed instruction on performing Kegel exercises and pelvic tilts
Downside: Site will ask you to sign up for newsletter which you can decline
Getting regular exercise during your pregnancy will help you stay healthy, keep your weight gain in a safe range, lose weight faster after pregnancy, improve your mood, reduce your stress, and help ...
Upside: Very good overview on exercise during pregnancy with specific exercises for different part of your body
Downside: Limited additional links
older children, 15ToFit.com can help you achieve your fitness and health goals.
Upside: Site dedicated to mom fitness
Downside: Mostly an ecommerce site
During labor it may seem as if you wouldn't want to be sitting on something that's as roly poly as you are, but birth balls are a favorite tool for those who teach and promote natural relief during ...
Upside: Good article on the benefits of using a birthing ball
Is it safe for me to exercise during pregnancy? How should I start an exercise program? What types of exercise are best when I'm pregnant? What should I be careful about? What problems should I tell ...
Upside: Good summary on advice about exercise
Downside: No links to specific exercises
Pregnancy Without Pounds is an E-Book that teaches pregnant women how to avoid unwanted pounds, how to eat right and perform exercises while pregnant
Upside: Site selling online pregnancy-related weight management program
Downside: Need to register for free limited time access
I exercise frequently and also teach water aerobics. Now that I'm pregnant, I've been told that I shouldn't let my heart rate go over 140 beats per minute (bpm). What happens to me or my baby if my ...
Upside: Good overview on exercise and safe heart rate levels during pregnancy