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#31 of 355 Old 01-16-2009, 06:50 PM
 
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I am still doing everything in yoga except complete inversions (shoulder stands etc) or if we are doing downward dog and she has everyne lift one leg up. I have read your feet shouldn't really go above your pelvis if possible.

I usually have to skip one pose per class, no biggie. Although I am not going to be able to do the ones lying flat on my front for much longer!

Got my 55 minutes with my personal trainer today, she is brutal but good!

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Thank you for the yoga feedback. I told my instructor today after class and she said she'd give me pointers for modifying the poses.

I struggled some today in class because we did a lot of forward bending and it's not very comfortable anymore. I had to back off quite a bit. And I couldn't lie on my back for some of the poses because that gets uncomfortable too. (I just rested in "embryo.") I will keep searching the web for ideas for modifying poses that aren't working for me, and I hope to continue yoga throughout the PG!

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I have a lovely yoga book from the 70's called Inner Beauty, Inner Light full of pictures of a term pregnant mama in India in all sorts of poses, including a head stand and full shoulder stand. The pictures were photographed by Dr Fredrick leboyer, the guy who wrote Birth Without Violence.

All this yoga talk is inspiring me to pick up my yoga routine again.

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Just got back from my run. I am definitely a little slower though.

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The concern, in particular, with lifting your legs above your head (say in downward dog and then lefting one leg) is that is is very easy for air to get "up there" while you are doing that and that can be dangerous.

In general I think anything you did before you were PG, fitness wise, is generally OK with a few modificatins.

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I still do all the poses in yoga, including all my inversions. However, if we have an inversion heavy class and I have done numerous forearm stand and handstand I might skip headstand or shoulder stand. I just go by how I feel. If I start getting dizzy I just put my legs up the wall instead of inverting. My teacher said to continue whatever feels good until it doesn't.
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I have more energy now that it's the second trimester. I'm back at exercising trying to prepare for a vacation at a much higher altitude. The whole pregnancy I've danced one to two times a week, ballet and Hebraic. Now to get my lungs in shape, I've been running/walking twice a week. I usually run 1.5 miles and walk 1.5 miles each time.

It is so crazy how much harder it is now that I'm pregnant than before. I look about the same, just a pudge and I am feeling pretty good. Other than peeing all the time still, I would say I feel like I'm not pregnant. That is, until I try to exercise. I used to be able to run six miles at a time without trouble. Now, I read the sign on the trail .325 miles and I'm already feeling done. Yes, just like four minutes I know. It's sad.

Yesterday I went ice skating and I usually love the last thirty minutes because people start leaving the ice and there is actually room to skate much faster. My husband took off and my body said, "Yeah right. You are staying right here in snail mode." I just feel when I'm exercising that I can still do it, but there comes a wall that I hit and it comes way earlier than it should.

For example today, my husband brought his basketball for us to shoot some hoops after our 3 mile walk and I looked at him and looked at the bench and layed down instead. He convinced me to play, but I made him chase after all my misses.

I'm sure I'll switch to swimming for that last few months. If my eight pound gain is what's holding me back, I can not imagine what thirty is like.
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I'm seriously impressed with all of you!!! I worked out for the first time tonight since I've been pregnant...I did the NordicTrack thing for 10 minutes! lol But hey, baby steps, right? I'm really out of shape and get winded quick so I plan on doing the NordicTrack for about 10 minutes or so a couple of times a day. Maybe I'll build up some stamina and go for a little longer. I also have 2 prenatal dvd's that I plan on starting as well. Around 7 months I'll start swimming. I hate having a pool...the upkeep is a pain...it'll be so worth it this summer, though!

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Yeah, lung capacity definitely goes down in PG. My runs are much harder and slower.
But I felt so much better exercising through both my previous PGs, right to the end. Swimming was much better right at the end though.

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I have only managed to do one workout per week, usually cross-country skiing on the weekend and last weekend I did an 18 km. ski race! I took it really easy though and ate lots along the way! I know I should do more during the week though, but its hard with a 2 year old. Any one else cross-country ski?
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I glad to hear I'm not the only runner slowing down. I ran a half marathon this summer, now I have to fight myself to finish 2 miles!! It feels weird, but I'm trying to respect that my body is busy building a person and there is only so much stamina to go around. My goal is to keep up with 2 miles 3-4 times a week until the end
I also have a membership to my yoga online, they have some prenatal yoga videos, I am going to fit that in more often.

I'm going to think of this little guy for motivation:
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i couldn't work out the first three months because i have no energy and was so sick. i'm feeling better this month and so have started walking to leslie sansone's 4 fast miles. i don't always go all the way (she sort of annoyed me towards the end) but i love the walk and exercise.

i'm going quite gently because i'm afraid of hurting the baby.

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I am going to run home from work since it is not too cold today. We are in the middle of a 40+ day transit strike here so the traffic is terrrible. It actually only takes me a few more minutes to run home than drive and I get my run in nice and early before the after-dinner sickness starts.

I have managed to stay at 3 miles (my usual run) but I am definitely slower. In past PGs I started taking 1 minute walk breaks at some point and I am sure that will kick in this time too. And they go tmore frequent as the PG went on.

Even if you have to do less than you did pre-PG, slow down, wahtever it is still GREAT for both us and baby to keep working out if we can!

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I've definitely had to slow down on my cardio workout on the elliptical machine by lowering the resistance and going a little slower. On the weight machines, the rows are the hardest -- I've had to drop one weight plate in order to do them because they're so tiring.

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Ran home yesterday (5 K) and did power yoga today.

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I glad to hear I'm not the only runner slowing down. I ran a half marathon this summer, now I have to fight myself to finish 2 miles!!
Ditto. I do a 10k race (6.2 miles) each year. It's (or should I say It was) no problem for me to run 6 miles without too much effort. Now, I swear- I run on a trail that is .75 miles long. Halfway through the first lap I'm already thinking, am I done yet??? At the second sign (.625 miles) I'm thinking "Man that was good workout." 0.6 miles!!! I used to do 6 miles! It's a measly 10th of the distance and when I get there I am out of breath and really trying to hold on. My past two runs I blamed the cold and let myself off at only a lap of running. I usually do try to run 1.5 miles and walk 1.5 miles twice a week. We'll see how I do this Friday when hopefully it is not 20 degrees outside which is crazy cold for GA.
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I was inspired by this thread and joined a gym! It's too cold and snowy to work out outdoors right now and I had let my gym membership expire when in the throes of morning sickness. But it's good for me and the baby, and I'm excited to get going again!

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I used to work out at the gym quite regularly (mostly cardio, not weights) and had actually lost 5 pounds in the first half of last year to get back to my usual weight. BUT I have not been working out at all for about 6 months now at all practically... an occasional walk or something was it. So, I really want to get motivated to walk on a really regular basis -- there's an indoor track I can go to until it gets warmer.

Can anyone think of a way we can motivate ourselves and one another? Maybe a weekly check-in on this thread for those who want to?
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Can anyone think of a way we can motivate ourselves and one another? Maybe a weekly check-in on this thread for those who want to?
I am kind of doing this informally already. Everyday I am basically posting what I ahve done. Motivates me and maybe will motivate someon else?

yesterday I did power yoga, today I will run home (about 3 miles) from work.

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Maybe if I post next to veganmama719 each time, I will be shamed into exercising more!

I did a 20 min yoga session yesterday, worked out on my exercise ball for 1/2 hour, and did a 45 min pregnancy exercise video along with 2- 1/2 hour walks with the dogs.

Today may not be as fruitful because I am busy busy!

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Maybe if I post next to veganmama719 each time, I will be shamed into exercising more!

I did a 20 min yoga session yesterday, worked out on my exercise ball for 1/2 hour, and did a 45 min pregnancy exercise video along with 2- 1/2 hour walks with the dogs.
Um, are you kidding me? You kick my butt! I just ran home and it took 32 minutes.

Today I will work out with my trainer for 55 minutes. I am missing yoga because I have a client meeting.

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Um, are you kidding me? You kick my butt! I just ran home and it took 32 minutes.

Today I will work out with my trainer for 55 minutes. I am missing yoga because I have a client meeting.
Please! I only run when something scary is chasing me or if there is food waiting at the end (that wont be there for long)! You are a great motivator, though!

So far I have done an hour of Nia/pilates today and a 1/2 hour walk. I am hoping for a short evening yoga session and another walk tonight. That's if I can keep my eyes open past 8PM

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For the first week since pregnancy, I will be working out all 3 days this week! WOOO!!
As soon as dd is done cleaning up her toys, we are headed to the basement to do our FYM workout! (Ok, so she does a little and then plays in her sand...)

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DD just started not hating the daycare at the gym, so I've been more active lately With DD, I was running 3-4 miles several times a week until 20 weeks, then switched to the elliptical machine 4-5 days/week, along with some light weights. Before I got pregnant with her I was running 4-5 miles 6-7 days/week, and doing hundreds of crunches every day. I credit my fit shape to my relatively easy labor.
Now, since she's been born, I've kinda let myself go exercise wise :P But, I've been getting to the gym to run on the elliptical about 4 days/week, along with doing some yoga and pilates. Yesterday I even did a cardio kickboxing class, which was awesome! I think I'm definitely gonna keep up with the classes because they don't let me slack I did stop a couple of times when I was overdoing it but otherwise I could keep up with the non-pregnant ladies and men
I'm really hoping that by the end of this pregnancy I'm in good shape because I don't want labor to be awful...
Also, if anyone's interested, my BFF is a recently graduated physical therapist, and she sent me some good thigh/butt exercises for pregnancy (since that area basically explodes on me as soon as I get a BFP! )

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Sarah, I am glad you had a relatively easy labour. However, mine were both very long and hard and I was in good shape for both of them. I think maybe you are just lucky!
Working out is great for the babe though! All that extra oxygen in the blood is wonderful for their developing brains. They are also more likely to slender as adults themselves research shows.

pentasmom, you make me laugh. I only run because it is the fastest way I have of getting my workout in. So, it's sheer laziness in a way! I could never motivate myself to do an hour of pilates. 45 minutes of yoga 1-2 times a week is about my limit. This is why I go to the trainer once a week. I have to do it because I am paying!

Speaking of which, I took yesterday off which means I must run today and it is nasty and cold out. We have a dreadmill at home but I hate it so I think I will braving the elements. At least it is sunny.

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Veganmama - Darn! There goes that theory I guess I shouldn't say that my labor was *easy* cause it was very tough ~ but it was fast. Hopefully I'll be as luck this time around!

Good luck on the run ~ you are a stronger woman than I ~ when it's gross out, I stay in. I live in Ohio so that means that I don't run outside for ~6 months of the year :P

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Thought I'd join in and post on my workouts to help keep me motivated. With three other kids at home going to the gym is some of my only "me" time so it is usually one thing I don't skip.
Saturday - 35 minutes on elliptical
Sunday - 45 minute spin class - I love spinning and am hoping to continue most of the way through pregnancy.
My plan for Monday is to go to the early morning (5:45 am) body pump class - we'll see if I make that I did get there last week so I know it's possible.
Thanks ladies for starting this - hopefully we can help keep each other working out.
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Checking in is a great idea! Pre pregnancy I was involved in lots of sports - mostly sculling/rowing, cycling, and tennis. I stress fractured my rib sculling before I was pregnant so I was already a bit out of shape... The first trimester was awful. But I'm back to it now. I just joined a gym and have been working out on the elliptical for the first time ever...

Since I'm a new gym rat, can someone tell me is the elliptical is an especially effective workout? My heart-rate is getting up.... though (and I don't know if anyone else has noticed) but my resting hb has risen about 10-15 beats since pregnancy! My Dr said this is normal...

Anyway, the past few days:

Friday - 30 mins elliptical (warm-up for weights), 1 hour full body strength session. 2 mile (slow) doggy walk).

Saturday - 60 mins elliptical

Sunday - same as Friday but without the doggy walk (it's frigid here).

Tomorrow I plan to do a prenatal yoga DVD, Tues, elliptical and weights, Wed: cardio... swimming or elliptical and yoga/pilayes, Thurs elliptical and weights, Fri: cardio, Saturday Cardio and weights, Sunday: yoga class and elliptical.

Well... this is the plan Who knows.. I was so fatigued mid week that I didn't do much of anything from Wed-Fri.

Do you guys plan what you're intending to do for the week, or do you play it be ear? I'm trying to be good about weights as I've historically been such a slacker. It definitely helps to have a trainer involved... !!

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i love this thread and i can finally participate!!! i stopped my running at weeks because of sheer exhaustion and nausea and then weeks of bleeding and cramping.

last week, i walked briskly for 3 miles AND pushed 100lbs of kids up super steep hills 2x. this week, i exercised 3x. yippee!: today was my first day of adding in some running to my walk. it felt good and it was almost surreal. i have NEVER exercised during pregnancy before and i was thinking 'WOW, i'm pregnant and i'm RUNNING!' :

this week, i'm going to plan 3x a week and the following week, bump it up to 4x.

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Sarah (haren.13), um I live in eastern Ontario. I still run outside most of the time since I HATE my dreadmill. But for sure if I liked it, I would do that.

I just bundle up really well, I look like the Michelin Man, LOL!

So I ran 3 miles yesterday and worked out 55 minutes with the trainer on Friday. I usually take Saturdays and Mondays as my two "off" days since it works out better for my schedule. Hopeing to run home tomorrow (trnasit strike is still on) but it depends if it is dangerously cold (like lung freezing cold) or not.

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