Swimming Swimming is one of the best physical activities recommended by experts and pregnant women can try it too.
It is a very effective full body workout and it does not involve putting your body through too much exhaustion.
You can always stop if you are feeling tired but even swimming for 6-7 minutes every day is a good way to keep yourself active.
Low Impact AerobicsIf you are not used to regular workouts or working out at all, you should start off with low impact aerobic workouts.
Resistance Training Studies show that during pregnancy, a full body routine is more effective that a split routine.
Make sure that you target the specific muscles during your workout. To make things interesting and also impactful you can try working out with resistant bands, weights, cables, etc.
Yoga And Pilates Yoga and Pilates offer perfect exercises for stretching and strengthening muscles.
These exercises can also alleviate back pain and other associated discomforts of pregnancy.
Experts say that these are also called neuromotor exercises, which means that all the stretching and bending isn't only working on your muscles but on the coordination of your mind with your muscles as well.