Month: May 2014

admin May 19, 2014

As a general guideline for beginning a new fitness practice, you want to keep your exertion below your maximum heart rate. Strive to top out your workout exertion at 60 to 70 percent of your nonpregnant max as well as consulting Borg’s scale of Rate of Perceived Exertion. Keep your exercise plan light to moderate […]

admin May 12, 2014

If you’re new to fitness activities, congratulations on making the move to build fitness into your daily routine as you head into this 40-week fun house, where the mirrors sometimes seem distorted and it can be hard to find your bearings with fitness. When it comes to advice for those new to fitness, the Department […]

admin May 5, 2014

Research shows that exercise, and even vigorous training, are safe for you throughout pregnancy. So go ahead, exhale. Not only is a fitness practice safe, but also it will improve your health during and after pregnancy. Even better, research shows that your fitness routine or training is both safe and healthy for your growing baby. […]