3/12/05 9:46 A
I did jacks thourgh my 1st tri, but once the baby really started growing, any jumping movements made me have to pee. Now I do low imapct jacks b/c I teach aerobics, and my ladies love their jacks, so instead of depriving them I do low impact while they do high impact. All you do is put both arms up like regular jacks, but you only move one leg to the side, then alternate legs, no jumping involved. You will know when it's time to switch to low impact, trust me...lol!
Nathaniel (Nate) Justin born 6/11/05
8 lbs. 14 oz., 21"
weighs 21 lbs., 27.25" long
Big sister Hayley born 8/11/00
3/11/05 2:41 P
HI everyone, I am 9 weeks pregnant with my 3rd child and I am a regular exerise so this is my question, are jumping jacs ok while you are pregnant? And if there are ok during first trimester are they no longer ok durning the 2nd and third? I won't want to do anything to hurt my little baby and I knwo that jumping jacks tend to be rather intense sometimes.
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