ACOG recommends that pregnant women engage in 150 minutes of exercise per week. But really, that’s where their guidance ends. That leaves a lot of grey area you to wade through if you’re a runner.
8 considerations to guide your postpartum return to running. We tend to think of running as a “simple” activity, but it actually places a very high demand on your body (in general) and on your inner core (in particular). Take a smart and sustainable approach to your training and return to running after baby.
I had no idea how my athletic choices during pregnancy and my physical tendencies would impact my labor experience (if they did, but they probably did). And I really didn’t understand that my self-competitive mindset had no place in the delivery room.
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