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One new fitness trend is showing women that pregnancy is no reason to -- fitness out of their routine -- not a guy who dancing is a low impact -- program.
Designed to strengthen the -- muscles.
Pregnancy fitness trainer Cheryl Wilson started teaching prenatal -- dancing in New York City when she couldn't find enough exercise variety for pregnant women.
He's really looking for more.
That would be safe for pregnant and of course an appropriately modified -- something that would be more exciting to meeting yoga.
The class uses a specially designed gluten.
That expands with viewed during pregnancy.
Can be used on the legs arms and -- for a full body workout.
You're twisting turning -- going down while you're coming up high.
In your -- is engaged that is getting those abdominal muscles ready to be able to push out a baby.
Wilson says the exercises can even help women avoid a condition called I asked this is -- -- The separation of the abdominal muscles she says it helps -- -- both before and after giving birth.
You've got here -- to reduce tension in the lower body.
You've got it -- clubs to reduce taxes on the upper back and then you've got the benefits it provides to just bouncing back into shape after.
Wilson says the classes perfectly safe for pregnant women as long as they check with their doctor first.
Although some class participants are skeptical about -- whooping it fires they say they really feel the benefits.
I've left it went on where but -- great -- -- feeling.
You can also get some exercise when you're looking.
Like I'm thinking right now.
Totally energy -- for more information visit but not -- dot com I'm Dr.
Manny Fox News.
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