Top 5 Safe And Easy-To-Do Exercises For The First Trimester Of Pregnancy

Well, first of all I want to wish you an easy and beautiful pregnancy!

And you may have it if you combine a healthy lifestyle with some easy-to-do workouts, and that is called “Unicorn Pregnancy”. Unicorn Pregnancy is a term used for those future-to-be moms that are not facing with pregnancy symptoms such as nausea, varicose veins, stretch marks, and weight gain…yes it may sound fictional but these can be possible, depending on your life style.

During pregnancy it is advisable to try some exercises that will are great both for your health and your baby’s.

In the below gallery you will have a set of exercises perfect for the first trimester of pregnancy!

Bird Dogs

This exercise it will relieve back pain and it will help you to sleep better. Step-By-Step Tutorial Here: Alimcwilliams

Cat Cows

This incredible back pain relieving exercise will be an energy booster for your day-by-day pregnancy life. Step-By-Step Tutorial Here: YouTube

Side Lunges

Start with feet shoulder width apart, hands relaxed at your sides. Bend your right knee 90 degrees, and bring your left leg out to the side as you lunge. Return to start and repeat on the right side. Alternate sides of for one minute.

Single Leg Reach

  • Stand with all your weight in your left foot, abs engaged and chest lifted.
  • Reach your torso forward as you lift your right leg behind you. Reach your arms out in front of you for balance as your torso and leg come parallel to the floor.
  • Hold this position for a moment, and reach through your right heel to engage the back of the right leg.
  • Moving in one piece, lower your right leg toward the floor as you return to standing upright, resting the right foot lightly on the ground. This completes one rep.
  • Do 15 reps before switching sides.
  • Wide Squats

  • Stand straight and keep your feet wider than shoulder-width apart with your toes pointing outward and knees in line with the toes.
  • Lower yourself into the squat position as far as you are comfortable.
  • Make sure that your knees do not cave in toward each other.
  • Return to your normal position by squeezing your glutes up.
  • Perform a set of this exercise with 10 to 15 repetitions.
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