I have a little treat for you this morning! I recently got to touch Lucie over at Bump2mum Fitness regarding her best tricks for making exercise a part of your prenatal-and normal-routine! Lucie is a fit mommy herself to two daughters and is a fitness instructor and fitness expert.
She continued to exercise and eat healthy during both pregnancies, and ran her first Marathon 8 a few months after having a baby even! Very inspiring to me! She is also Fittamamma.com’s fitness expert, one of my favorite newest pregnancy blogs. Listed below are Lucie’s tips to ways to get active and motivated to make fitness and health an integral part of your pregnancy life! 1.Walk, walk, and walk even more!
And I don’t mean shuffling along. Good long strides at a fast speed to get your bloodstream moving. Walk as so that as briskly as is possible often. 2.Little and frequently. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have a lot of free time. When you have a spare ten minutes, do some exercise (cardio or weights).
If you try to make this part of your lifestyle whenever you get the opportunity it will accumulate over the course of a week. A week Shoot for around 3 hours. This implies buy some cheap hand weights or a resistance band and utilize this equipment in your workout.
This can help really sculpt your body and more muscle means a faster metabolism. Stick on some jump and music around your bedroom or dance around your child. Look for a workout DVD you truly like and try to think of your exercise in an optimistic way. You’ll feel so pleased with yourself later on! 5.Make it easy for yourself.
Have your workout gear and equipment all at hand, not tucked in the back of a cupboard away. That real way you really can get active when you only have a small amount of time. Do 50 ab pull ins each day (squeezes in your tummy tight, hold for a couple of seconds then release; you can do them anywhere! Every day when you get up) and try to do 50 sit ups.
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Look at a twist plank – I swore by 100 twists on mine each day to get my toned the back as a fresh mum. You are a new mum. I don’t need to describe why! Try 50 squeezes every day. You can certainly do these anywhere. 8.Mix it up. If you don’t you’ll get uninterested. Try different DVDs, equipment, and books at home. Get and about and get some good oxygen out. If you’re lucky enough to involve some leisure time try the fitness center, swimming, jogging, and classes and find out what you like the most. This does mean the body is always being challenged. 9.Everyday makes active options.
Walk (have I told one to walk?!), take the stairs, leave the engine car at home, do some gardening, housework, or play games with your children. You’ll burn off plenty of calorie consumption without realizing even! 10.Keep writing. This is the most crucial thing! A week and not the next It’s no good being energetic one. Exercise and healthy choices have to be part of your life forever. This will help you look and feel great for yourself as well as your family.