I haven’t heard that song! I’m listening to it now. :)
I’d suggest talking to your doctor. Water workouts are good for pregnant people, as they don’t put any additional pressure on your joints, which are already dealing with the strain of pregnancy, but past that I’d ask your doctor for suggestions. Every pregnancy is different. My old Zumba instructor taught for her entire pregnancy, but I also know people who had to be on bed rest for a long while because of health problems with their pregnancies.
Just take it slow and make sure you listen to your body. Also, remember that you will gain weight while pregnant. You have to. Focus on nurturing your fetus and enjoying this amazing time of your life.
See, I have so many medical phobias that this will be hell for me. I hate needles, I refuse IVs, I can’t see blood, etc. I also used to be unable to take pills, but luckily I’ve worked through that, so at least that’s one down.
Thanks for the luck. I think I’ll need it.
All of them.
30 seconds of one plank. Or, if you can’t hold a plank that long, try doing, say, 3 10-second planks with a short break in between.
Squats aren’t even close to the only exercise to work your booty! You can do stiff-legged deadlifts, one-legged Romanian deadlifts, donkey kicks (on a nice padded surface for your knees), and hip bridges (which you can do with one leg in the air or some weight across your hips for an added challenge).