Are you pregnant? Then stay strong.
Pregnancy and Pilates go very well together. Because we can adapt the exercises to every trimester of pregnancy, you can continue to follow pilates. It keeps your body strong and supple.And very important! .. You train the important pelvic floor muscles. Remember ... about 6 weeks after delivery it is wise to start with pilates again to train all muscles well again. Pilates and Pregnancy. If you are pregnant, you often have many questions. Can I still exercise, which exercises should I no longer do?
What can I do to make me feel stronger during pregnancy? And how can I become fit and energetic again as soon as possible after childbirth? No two bodies are the same and this is especially true during pregnancy. There are training sessions that are very suitable for some people during pregnancy. During normal, healthy pregnancy, moderate exercise is safe for the fetus. Movement in general is recommended to prevent varicose veins and low back pain.
Movement also contributes to increasing self-confidence, maintaining the condition and preparing the body for the physical demands of motherhood. Pilates is very suitable for women in preparation for pregnancy and for aftercare (from about 6 weeks) after delivery. Especially because the Pilates method has such an effect on the awareness and strength of the stabilizing muscles around the pelvic area.
During your pregnancy period, your body is in great demand. The weight of your belly must be worn and that requires a lot of strength and endurance of the muscles around the pelvis. In addition, because of the change in your hormonal system, the ligaments of your pelvis become slack. To stabilize the pelvis extra control from the muscles is needed. A good reason to be fit and vital in your body.
You will suffer less physical discomfort during your pregnancy such as back pain and fatigue. Pilates is also an effective way to get back in shape as soon as possible after your pregnancy.
STOTT PILATES® follows the current standards in the fitness industry with regard to safety during pregnancy and the guidelines set by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Association of Midwives and Gynecologists of Canada. However, I advise everyone to contact your doctor / midwife in particular if it is safe and safe for you to continue exercising.
Pelvic floor training
zwanger?.. blijf sterk!
Using the big ball