Our expert says:
Depends what you did before the pregnancy. If you're active now, and continue to be active until as late as possible, then it's normally a case of resuming training at a lower level and taking maybe a month or so to build up to the level where you left it.
If you're not normally training though, then it's a bit more tricky, but no different to someone wanting to start an exercise programme in any situation. In this case, my opinion is that it's always better to have someone guiding you, whether it's a personal trainer or a coach or someone else. If you can have a biokineticist guide it, that's the best option, but failing this, a good personal trainer will help.
We have some programmes on the "Fitness" page of the site, and that should help you as well!
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