An amazing guide to post pregnancy workouts

Exercise is the most important act to do in order to gain fitness. Exercise helps us get some strength so that we can survive against various diseases. Exercise is the best activity to get into a better shape. With regular exercise, you can improve your immune system for better protection, and you can even improve your blood circulation with various tough exercises. One of the most important benefits of exercising is that it can remove your fats by burning your calories. Fats in your elder years can cause many health issues, for example, cardiac disease, liver problems and obesity. No unhealthy fat means better health.

Exercise not just makes you physically strong but keeps you mentally stable as well. It is one of the most important requirements for a person to remain healthy and active. Even science has proved the fact that if one performs exercise regularly, then it can clearly increase his lifespan. Exercise boosts the energy level of a person and increases the stamina. It also helps make the blood circulation of the body better, which effectively improves our health and keeps us away from many diseases such as cholesterol, blood pressure, and cardiovascular issues.

Exercise is essential not just for young people but for seniors as well as women who are pregnant. It helps them in staying active and fit, and when we talk about their post-pregnancy time so most of them want to lose the extra weight gained. But a women right after giving birth should be careful and should not hurry in this regard as it can affect the health of the baby. A guide can help you with the post-pregnancy workouts. Our home exercise equipment guide can help you later on after gaining strength from the initial easy workout.

  • Consult your doctor first

Before starting any physical activity or making any changes to your daily routine, you must consult your physician even if everything is going normal. There are some exercises that are beneficial for regular workout but can perpetually harm a pregnant woman or someone has just given birth. The physician after knowing all your health history and current condition can enlighten you with the safest possible options; therefore, consulting the physician is a must.

There is one thing that you must know that irrespective of the type of delivery, you should take complete rest for at least two to three weeks post-delivery and then you can get back to the routine but that too with the doctor’s consent. A little suggest that I would like to give you here is that you must not perform tasks that require a lot of energy right after the delivery, go slow.

  • Regular walk

The basic workout is walking. After one week of your delivery, you can simply start walking at home or in your backyard. It will help you gain the lost strength but remember not to push yourself too hard. Once you get used to it, you can start brisk walking slowly and steadily. It is not the typical type of walk. In brisk walking, a person has to be more active than merely walking and less intense than running.

This exercise is safe for everyone, for all the age groups and both the genders. In normal circumstances, the minimum speed of brisk walking is 3 miles per hour, but soon after the delivery you should take it a bit slow. Even the regular slow walk is going to increase your stamina and will result in improving the circulation of the blood in the body.

  • Bridges

To perform this exercise, you just have to lie down on a mat or something with a straight back and knees bent. You have to press your feet and raise your core up. This will strengthen up the back and the core muscles of the body thus increasing the rate of flexibility.

  • Kegels

‘Kegels’ is another exercise that can prove to be very beneficial and is quite simple to perform. You don’t necessarily need going to the gym for this; you can start doing it at home, in the same room as your baby. Kegels mainly target the pelvic muscles. It strengthens your pelvic muscles and whole abdominal region. Pelvic muscles support your uterus, bladder, small intestine, and rectum. They can even improve your orgasms.

  • Yoga

Prenatal yoga addresses the physical challenges inherent to pregnancy, such as a shifted centre of gravity and lower back pain. These moves will help alleviate aches and build strength in your legs, back, and abdominal region. It also reduces the physical stress and keeps you calm and reduces the swelling in joints that may occur post-pregnancy and also increases the joint mobility. Yoga helps in the process of digestion as well.

Author Bio:

Jim Roose is a former competitive power lifter and gym owner. He is obsessed with physical fitness and healthy eating. He regularly writes about fitness secrets and much more at

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