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The days where a preg­nant woman was treated as ei­ther del­i­cate or sick and left to rest are (hope­fully) long gone. Stud­ies have shown that phys­i­cal ac­tiv­ity dur­ing preg­nancy has few risks and con­tin­ues pro­vid­ing all the amaz­ing ben­e­fits it does when not preg­nant. Whether your pre­ferred work­out is aer­o­bic or strength con­di­tion­ing, your fine to keep it up as long as your preg­nancy is un­com­pli­cated and it’s com­fort­able for you, although as you grow some changes to your rou­tine might be re­quired. How­ever, Doc­tor Wei rec­om­mends a “thor­ough clin­i­cal eval­u­a­tion …. be­fore do­ing an ex­er­cise pro­gram” to be on the safe side.

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