However, physical therapist Gia Fuscorne (Gia Fruscione), as well as the founder of the blog DLVR Maternity, claims that you can run, but …
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends that pregnant women go in for sports for no more than 30 minutes a day if there are no health problems. However, if the expectant mother has never been reputed to be an avid runner, then she should give up running and choose more relaxed types of activities, like yoga or swimming.
These types of activities are recommended for people with joint problems.
Other exercises that Dr. Guia recommends include brisk walking, exercise on a stationary bike and aerobics, but without active jumps so that there are no jolts.
Moms who were not active before pregnancy, doctors generally do not recommend doing amateur. It is better to contact your doctor so that he develops an exercise program with the expectant mother.
As for those women who were engaged in active running before pregnancy, they should not give up their favorite activity during pregnancy. The only thing you need to think more about is that there is no overheating, so you should wear shoes easier.
“You can also conduct a test-conversation while running,” recommends Dr. Kimi Suh, MD, who works at Loyola University Health System, Illinois Health University, “If you are not able to talk while you are running, then you need to slow down and stop. ”