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    I am hanging to get past this first trimester and hoping I get some energy back. I'm like a zombie at the moment. Have gone from 6 evenings a week at gym to pushing for one.

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    I was the same. Exercise made me physically sick. It will pass quickly, enjoy your rest

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    It's not just the sick feeling for me, it's also the out of breath puffing and panting that I hate too! Makes me feel like an unfit lump!
    I love walking but I'm dreading it at the moment...

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    The midwife told me that the 'out of breath puffing and panting' would pass once the 1st tri was over...it still hasn't left and I am 20 weeks! I live on a big hill and walking up it is a mean feat! I certainly have my energy back but no where near what it was pre-preg. Guess thats the sacrifices we have to make to keep the bub safe.

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    Hi kw123,
    As for cardio you can use stationary cycle or treadmill also. Yoga is also great to increase health, relief stress and bringing flexibility in body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rose30 View Post
    The midwife told me that the 'out of breath puffing and panting' would pass once the 1st tri was over...it still hasn't left and I am 20 weeks! I live on a big hill and walking up it is a mean feat! I certainly have my energy back but no where near what it was pre-preg. Guess thats the sacrifices we have to make to keep the bub safe.
    I have changed and modified my exercise routine to suit being pregnant - not so heavy (fast) on cardio and focussed more on weights and core & glute strength exercises as well as some yoga for core & balance.
    I keep telling myself that "Any exercise is better than none!" ;-)


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