There are many benefits to regular exercise, including maintaining a healthy weight and warding off dangerous conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes. During pregnancy, exercise is even more important, since it helps keep both you and your baby healthy. A lack of exercise can be linked to many pregnancy-related problems for both you and your baby.
Ideally, you should be at a healthy weight and in good shape before you get pregnant. However, even if you have not exercised before getting pregnant, you should start as soon as possible. You will just need to start slowly, and follow the advice of your doctor. Start by exercising two to three times a week, and build up to four or more times per week once you are ready. Read more at www.NewMommyOnline.com