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You can do the following exercises in very gentle and slow way :
Swimming is a great form of exercise for pregnant women. A gentle but effective workout, swimming is both good for cardiovascular function and requires you to use a wide range of muscles - particularly in your arms and legs. At the same time it's a low impact sport that's easy to vary in terms of intensity. Inportantly, the water offers good support to pregnant women giving a sense of weightlessness and making the risk of injury very low.
If the idea of a watery workout appeals but you find it difficult to motivate yourself to exercise alone, why not try a water aerobics or water fitness class specific to pregnancy?
YOGA & PILATES
Yoga and pilates are great for building up muscle tone, developing flexibility and for helping you relax. Both also have the advantage that there are pregnancy-specific courses and exercises for all stages of pregnancy.
WALKING ( In Park or Window-shopping)
A good brisk walk for about thirty minutes will get your heart going - though if you're not used to the exercise then start off with shorter walks and build up with a few extra minutes each time. If you want to be a bit more serious about it and work out your arms too you could try Nordic walking, using supportive poles to pump your arms as you walk. You'll probably find you're happy walking medium distances until birth and in fact, walking can be a great stress and pain reliever when it comes to labour itself.
CYCLING (NOT Off-road cycling and cycling in wet conditions )
As long as you stick to normal cycle paths and roads, cycling can be a great low impact workout that you can continue into pregnancy though it isn't as low-risk as walking or swimming, as there is always the chance that you could fall off your bike. You'll probably find that as you get bigger cycling will become uncomfortable or you may find you're not confident in your sense of balance, in which case it's time to switch to different forms of exercise.
You cannot do Climbing, ice skating and any heavy sport.
I don't think you can go aboard by flight when you have been pregant for 7 months.Source(s): http://www.thinkbaby.co.uk/news/article/mps/UAN/18... & 衝上雲"消" (電視劇)
- 1 decade ago
- 1 decade ago
其他的是 特別的產前運動, 幫助生產 and 減輕懷孕時身體的負擔
一般航空公司 只規定 32/36週後不能上機 (不同公司不同規定)Source(s): 自己