Pregnancy is a great period in a women’s life. Women need to get ready both mentally and physically for bring a new life in to this wonderful world.
Running can be a great option for preparing yourself for labor and delivery. This is good for the entire body, especially for pregnant women whose body becomes acutely under stress and demanding during such a trying time as pregnancy.
Many women are encouraged to stay away from physical stress, and refrain from doing any kind of strenuous workout. But there are women who run 50+ miles per week, even when they are pregnant.
Physical exercises can be of different kind for pregnant women. Running is good for all pregnant women but it again depends on the physical health of the women. If you are a woman who has been running, even before getting pregnant, then you can definitely continue it. I see some of my neighbors like Jared running with his wife, and I know she’s expecting. If he can do it, it’s something husbands can’t use as an excuse anymore. Support your wife!
Although it comes recommended, to start at some fairly basic levels before starting the more strenuous and trying amounts of exercise. Proper care needs to be taken at first, to ensure safety.
Running during pregnancy is healthy and safe as long as you are following your limits. Do not, however, forget to consult the doctor before you start with running, even if you are in to it before getting pregnant. Doctor’s advice plays and important role in taking every decision when you are pregnant.