Pilates exercise during pregnancy

Discussion in 'Pregnancy Groups & Discussions' started by allina11, Jun 6, 2011.

  1. allina11

    allina11 Member

    Jun 6, 2011
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    Here we are discussing about pregnancy, during pregnancy women’s are facing many complicity in the body , but Pilates exercise is helpful for managing body activity in pregnancy as well after natal.
    Here I am explaining how Pilates is important in during pregnancy, I hope my post will be be helpful for all the new mums.
    Pilates is a simple form of exercise and consider one of the best forms of exercise for pregnant women. Pilates helps in maintain and improving a condition of abdominal and pelvic floor muscles. It is not only safe form of exercise but also hugely beneficial for pregnant women. Mostly women attend Pilates classes during pregnancy or in post natal recovery, both exercise is healthy for maintain a body shape. Pilates exercise will not put strain on joint or back. In fact the back will be strengthened as will the stomach and muscles around the pelvic area - allowing for an easier pregnancy, delivery and recovery. In first four month changing hormones in the body can feel you tired and nervous. But exercise can be done on the bed itself. Often little exercise can be actually felt mentally and physically better, relaxation technique will relax both body and mind.
    Women can generally take a Pilates classes after six weeks from delivery and eight to twelve weeks after cesarean. Often gynecologists will advice you when you body is ready for Pilates. Pilates will help your body recover its shape and tone and re fortify muscles that have been weakened during your pregnancy.

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