Pregnancy Exercise For Easy Delivery & Shorter Labor (Birth Preparation Exercises)

Fitness Workout for Women
Today we are doing pregnancy exercises and stretches to prepare for an easy delivery and shorter labor. Research shows that mothers who do exercises (similar to these) at least 3 times a week have a shorter labor and delivery time. We also do exercises and stretches to help get baby into the optimal fetal position and help your body feel great! Start this as early as your first trimester and continue through third trimester! (Safe for 1st trimester, 2nd trimester and 3rd trimester). I hope your body feels good and you are feeling prepared for your upcoming birth!

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Disclaimer: This is general prenatal fitness only. Please check with your doctor or health care provider to see if this video is safe for you. You are responsible for your own safety. Don’t do anything that feels unsafe for you or baby. Stop if you have any pain or discomfort, bleeding, chest pain or shortness of breath, dizziness or if you feel unwell. P&P Health Inc., Pregnancy and Postpartum TV and Jessica Pumple are not liable in any way for any injury, loss, damages, costs or expenses suffered by you in relation to this video or its content.

Jessica Pumple is a registered dietitian, certified pre & postnatal fitness instructor, and pregnancy & postpartum core exercise specialist. She helps pregnant women stay fit, have healthy babies, and easier labors. She helps new moms with postpartum recovery, to heal and strengthen their core and find more energy!

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