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    Default HELP : New Exercise in TWW - is it safe

    I joined the gym about 3-4 weeks ago, and have done about 1 cycle (RPM)class a week. They are full on work outs. You sweat, puff and get completely exhausted (until you get the endorphin high :-) )

    Is this safe in the TWW given i'm not really conditioned to this exercise? I love it and want to get and stay fit but not sure if its safe yet

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    I'm giving the gym a miss tonight. Would worry too much esp for a cycle class, and DF isn't home yet so missed it anyway!

    Excessive worry is good for nobody

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    I am personally not changing anything, I figure when I actually have my bfp I can change my ways. I guess it's good to just do what you feel comfortable doing.

    From a medical pov sorry I'm not sure.

    Good luck for your bfp and your fitness journey.


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    If u already got an exercisr regime happening when u r pregnant u can keep going. But I've read u shouldn't start a strenuous one once u are.

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    yes... its a tough one because I've just started the routine recently and it is still hard! I love exercise. My BMI is 19 - healthy weight. I'm love the gym for my sanity and definition. I guess i'll just take it as it comes

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    If u get pregnant and already started like u said u should be able to keep going moderately. Your gym should be able to advise u.

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    thanks proudmumma34. I really hope so :-)

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    Maybe chat to your dr. The only exercise my dr bans is cycling due to the added heat. I figure though if its only one class a week and it is something you regularly do you should be fine! Good luck on your journey.

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    thanks Rae81 I love the cycle classes but you're right you do get very hot!

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