The top two things I tell expecting mums are to have a good relationship and dialog with your doctor and then listen to your body
Emily Breeze Ross Watson is one of the top personal trainers in the country and has competed at the highest level of fitness in the CrossFit Games. Breeze is also a new mom; she and her husband Montell Watson welcomed their first son, Bly Rhunar, in May 2016. Now, she is pregnant again and they're excited to add a little girl to their crew this spring. Throughout her pregnancies, Breeze continued to train in CrossFit, attracting worldwide media attention. She was soon catapulted to social media fame and became a global fitness inspiration promoting a healthy, active lifestyle throughout all stages of life. Aside from training clients and leading Charlotte’s largest bootcamp, she also coaches a broad online community through her social media accounts and her website-based programs.
People Told Me Deadlifting 70kg When I Was Pregnant Made Me A Bad Mother, But It Was The Right Choice For Me
<img alt="mumbod" src="http://i.huffpost.com/gen/5313374/original.jpg" width="300" height="35" /> Staying active during my pregnancy was the right decision for me. Working out is my natural medicine. It's my stress reliever, it makes me happy, it's given me a community of friends, and being strong gives me confidence. I also believe working out helped me to have a very easy pregnancy as I never got sick and never felt the deep fatigue many women experience.
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