In the not-so-distant past, women were urged to cut down on or even avoid exercise during pregnancy. Doctors feared that the jarring motion of running or lifting weights could damage the fetus, and prescribed abstinence from these activities even for the professional athletes. Fortunately, the tide has turned and it has been proven that exercising actually makes for an easier pregnancy and delivery. Pregnancy means looser joints, body’s centre of gravity shifting, changes in heart rate and blood volume!
Clearance by the gynaecologist and detailed screening by a qualified physiotherapist well versed with pre natal exercise programs are required before starting any program.
Our prenatal exercise experts can address all your exercise related concerns and structure a suitable plan for you.