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08 September 2011

Exercising for two

Fitness Editor Amy Froneman is eight months pregnant and exercising is not so easy anymore. But that's no reason to stop - read about preggy exercising here.

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Health24’s Fitness Editor Amy Froneman started keeping a record of her preggy-exercise regimen early in her pregnancy.  

At six months her schedule included spinning classes, weight-lifting and running and although everything was being done at a much slower and lighter intensity than before, she aimed to continue exercising throughout her pregnancy.

Her love for exercise took a beating when she first fell pregnant as there was so much contradictory information out there regarding what expecting moms could and couldn't do. Read Amy's story, and share your experiences with us.

 
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