Yes, and it is preferable if you do. However, there are certain guidelines to follow so make sure you have a trainer who is educated in osteoporosis.
To check for a diastasis in the postpartum client Lie supine with the feet on the floor and the knees bent. Arms are by the sides. Place your two fingers horizontally into the stomach just below the navel. Inhale. Exhale and have the client raise her head just off the floor. If there is a … Read more
There are some guidelines to performing abdominal exercise during pregnancy, one of which is to refrain from doing any kind of “sit up” after the first trimester. Excessive strengthening of the abdominals even through exercise like spinning or other intense programs are also not recommended.
While you are pregnant, it is easy to see if you have suffered from a split in your midline (rectus abdominus). There will be a defined bulge protruding causing your rounded pregnant belly to look more “coned” shape. – See more at: https://thecenterforwomensfitness.com/faq-2/#sthash.HWPqwYQj.dpuf
When all is said and done- eating less and exercising more is STILL the best formula for ;losing weight. Looking at WHAT you are eating also counts. For the more mature woman, eating less wheat seems to have a good effect on weight.
Strength training during the later years of our lives is important to keep muscle mass and also increase or prevent further bone loss.
Yes, it is both safe AND beneficial to exercise during your pregnancy. What type of exercise you do is dependent on what type of birth you are choosing to have. If you just want to remain fit and strong during your pregnancy and don’t have a birth plan as such, any moderate exercise like swimming, … Read more
Pubic bone separation may occur during pregnancy when there is trauma to the pelvis, such as a sudden fall, a quick movement of the leg away from the body or a gradual stretching of the ligament surrounding the bone. Trauma during the birth itself may cause this condition. Care should be taken while exercising and … Read more
These would include the strengthening and stretching of the pelvic floor and creating supple muscle strength in the muscle groups surrounding the pelvis. This includes the Gluts, Abdominals, Hip ab/adductors and Back Extensors.