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Avatar f tn I'm a day away from due date no signs yet. So I bought a bouncy fitness ball I've read it helps with getting labor started and once it start to help relax you and open you up more. I'm hoping it works. Either way it's very relaxing and relief a lot of pain while sitting on there. Anyone else use one or planning to use?
Avatar f tn I went into labor three days after I lost my mucus plug. Everyone is different though and I was forty weeks when I lost mine.
Avatar f tn Get a bignexercise ball and look up YouTube videos on how to use birthing ball, I also use the ball to hold myself doing squats. And I walk a lot.
Avatar f tn Peak 8 actually stimulates the growth hormone in the body. I encourage you to visit Dr Mercola’s site to learn more about Peak 8 fitness because I personally feel that it is one of the best ways to exercise, especially considering the speed at which you can lose fat and build muscle.  I highly recommend you read this article and watch the videos on the page.
Avatar n tn lunges and biceps curls, seated shoulder presses on the fitness ball, squat jumps, bench presses, abdominal crunches on the fitness ball, deadlifts, bent-over rows, tricep curls and burpees. Again, allow yourself 15 seconds to move from one exercise to another. Repeat the circuit three times and take a three- to five-minute break between the circuits. If you google each exercise you should be able to see how each is performed. Before doing anything get the OK from your doctor!!
Avatar f tn Sorry my battery on my died yes a excise ball is the same as a birthing ball the ball I got from argos the product coad is 928/3550 £4.
Avatar f tn I agree that you should eat as few processed foods as possible. I don't agree that you need to invest in a guided fitness plan. Look up some yoga videos or pilates, etc... even "walk" videos, where you walk to a DVD... love doing those, when I can't get outside.
Avatar f tn I had my babygirl last August. I bought a cheap 99 cent ball that I could squezz in my hand when I got contractions. And it really help!! I'm a visual person so I would look at the screen when I was getting a contraction and squeeze the heck out of the ball till it went away. I was scared to get the epidural early as well. I waited till I was at least 5 cm dilated. 8 hours later with the epidural she finally came.
Avatar f tn I downloaded the apps "Daily Workouts free" and "Lose Weight Fitness and Workouts", those two apps have a ton of workouts for targeted areas or your whole body. They are also short videos so they show you how your body is supposed to be positioned. Daily Workouts also times you in intervals. Hope this helps if you're able to download apps. I also have the app "Fitness Buddy", but I haven't looked at it as much, that one looks more targeted towards men.
Avatar f tn want to stretch your legs, you could look up YouTube videos like Leslie Sansone. She does walk at home fitness videos.
Avatar f tn Look at walmart im pretty sure they arent thay expensive.
616227 tn?1251076398 Wow .. I kind of like the color and the upbeat smiling attitude of this guy. He keeps me smiling and makes me happy even when I'm feeling a little down. Here's another one of his with not so much "color" .. loll http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rfuNK1_ipk&feature=related When I don't want to exercise or am "making excuses" .. I go to his exercise videos because my frown and hesitancy turns into a smile and active participation.
Avatar f tn 38 weeks along and just purchased an exercise / stability ball! I'm actually pretty excited about it as I've read great things and seems like a great natural tool to help move things along :) I've only used it gently for about half an hour but already my back feels so much better after hurting all day. I don't expect it to bring on labour (though I definitely wouldn't mind!), but was wondering if it has for anyone else?
2080518 tn?1357249671 So I have one, a birthing ball that is, and I am not excatally sure how to use it. We never thought i'd make it this far so I missed my chance at birthing classes. 37 weeks today and doing a VBAC. Any tips ladies?
572651 tn?1530999357 They have been advertising several fitness DVDs, all free. I haven't ordered any yet because I'm doing several other fitness things, including PT, but I do think they're a good idea. Can't see any downside.
15795633 tn?1443186038 lunges and biceps curls, seated shoulder presses on the fitness ball, squat jumps, bench presses, abdominal crunches on the fitness ball, deadlifts, bent-over rows, tricep curls and burpees. Again, allow yourself 15 seconds to move from one exercise to another. Repeat the circuit three times and take a three- to five-minute break between the circuits. If you google each exercise you should be able to see how each is performed.
Avatar f tn reading articles and watching videos has helped me! i definitely recommend "business of being born". it was an eye opener for me. it's a free youtube documentary.
Avatar f tn Walk,swimming, squats, jogging(if use to it), exercise ball(I have one its amazing look up birthing ball exercises on YouTube).
Avatar f tn I do pilates and some strength training, there are lots of good exercise videos on you tube for prenatal fitness. Squats are great, with a wider stance to acomadate the belly, pliate squats are perfect, you can lift light weights. Just listen to your body and dont push yourself too hard.
Avatar n tn Minimum of 2 liters of water per day.
Avatar f tn Try dancing, I know it sounds strange but I was looking up videos and found a few where women's water broke and they were just having fun goofing off. Try the bouncing on a ball, curb walking, sex, massages.