SPORT AND PREGNANCY

The idea of practicing sport during pregnancy may sound counterintuitive but you'll be surprised to hear of its many benefits. However, it's important to practice the right sport in the right way. 

HOW TO PRACTICE SPORT DURING PREGNANCY?

    It's normal to be apprehensive about practicing sport during pregnancy. Being active regularly and exercising will help you in many ways. The idea is to, however, avoid sports that may cause you to fall or get thrown off-balance. The guides below will help you choose the right sport and learn more.
Advice
This time, there's no doubt about it, you're expecting! Once you've got over the wave of emotions, you'll obviously have lots of questions (it's only normal). In particular, you'll have questions about exercise. What sports can you do in the next few months, now that there are two of you?
Advice
Great, you've finally got the green light from your gynaecologist and your midwife to start exercising again! But after the massive physical upheavals of pregnancy and birth, you need to take things slowly.
Advice
Just because you're expecting, it doesn't mean you should rule out physical activity. Quite the opposite: moderate exercise with adaptations is recommended for pregnant women (with the green light from their doctor) who want to enjoy all the potential benefits of Pilates, swimming and walking, as well as other sports!
Advice
The nights are short, and so are the days, governed by the rhythm of your little one's hunger, calling out to be satisfied.When breastfeeding, with a little organisation, there's no reason why you shouldn't exercise.However, there are a few tips and tricks that are always good to know.
HAUT DE PAGE