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  1. So many great tips here, and I’m very jealous you can keep working out while pregnant. Unfortunately I’m not allowed to do anything (currently 16wks) including walking thanks to my history of preterm labour and other ‘fun’ complications, I’m trying to eat well to keep things moving and not put on too much weight, but it’s really tough at times. I will definitely look forward to your tips for getting fit again post baby!

  2. Elisabeth

    Here is my question, how do you keep up the desire to workout when you barf after you workout almost every time you go to the gym? I’d love to be more active, but in my first trimester so far I’m either constantly nauseated or I’m taking a three hour nap. There is very little in between and I’m just not sure how to adjust that.

    1. Oh you poor thing! I hope it doesn’t last long for you. I think when you are feeling awful, especially during your first trimester, it is important to rest and listen to your body. I was really sick for the first 16 weeks of my first pregnancy and mostly stuck to walking and just weight training when I felt up to it. xxx

  3. Love this article. Worked out my entire 1st pregnancy but only 2 days a week my core muscles were so weak from me shying away from anything that made me feel like my abs were contracting!

    I’ve learned a lot since my 1st pregnancy about fitness …

    I’m in my first trimester and sticking to my routine with less intensity!

    1. I’m so pleased you love it. Congratulations and all the best for this pregnancy! I’m now almost five months post partum and the difference in recovery and fitness this time has been incredible compared to my first pregnancy! Definitely worth maintaining fitness if possible! xx