My client Ffion is 3 weeks away now from her due date. She had her last 1-1 session today and has been training 2 or 3 times a week all the way through her pregnancy. We worked solely on posterior chain (all the muscles through the rear of the body) to make sure they were strong all the way through to avoid lower back injury which is so commonly inherited through pregnancy. So by keeping those muscles strong and routinely contracted on a weekly basis, this stopped any of the anterior muscles pulling forward and causing the posterior chain to lengthen and also the bump itself hasn’t caused lordosis (a small curvature in the lower spine). Working out has so many benefits when you’re pregnant and above is just a few of them. It also helps keep your muscle build and gives you a better chance of shifting the weight prior to having the child. Anyway Fi, it was great training you through your pregnancy and we all can’t wait to see the little one once they’re born.
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