Exercise and Weight Management

Gaining weight is healthy and necessary during pregnancy, but it's important to manage your weight and stay fit. Get some guidelines on healthy weight gain and safe prenatal exercise.

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Stay Strong

Strengthening and toning exercises will help your body handle the demands of pregnancy and birth. Check out how-to images for a safe workout routine.

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Weight Gain Worries

Ignore those celebrities who gain little weight during pregnancy! Every body is different, but here are some general guidelines for healthy weight gain.

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Fitness Benefits

Pregnancy can leave you feeling tired and out of breath, but exercise can help condition your muscles, heart, and lungs. Get advice on staying fit without going overboard.

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Edit Your Exercise Plans

Working out throughout pregnancy is safe and beneficial for most women, but you may need to adjust your fitness plans. Try these tips to revise your routine.

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