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Safe return to exercise after pregnancy

Exercise can help you recover after childbirth, make you stronger and improve mood. Here's how to work out safely after a pregnancy.

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Exercising during pregnancy

Doing regular moderate physical activity has health benefits during pregnancy and also helps to prepare the body for childbirth. Read about getting fit during pregnancy.

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Physiotherapy advice after pregnancy

Pregnancy and childbirth can be hard on your body. Read about simple exercises and healthy habits that can help you cope with many of the changes to your body.

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Pelvic floor exercises

Pelvic floor exercises help to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor which come under great strain in pregnancy and childbirth.

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Exercise Right for Kids - Exercise Right.

Exercise is important for children in so many ways. Do you know how an Accredited Exercise Physiologist can help you manage your child's health?

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Pelvic floor friendly cardio exercises · Pelvic floor friendly exercises · Pelvic Floor First

There are a range of cardio exercises that are pelvic floor safe

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Pelvic floor exercises & care: in pictures | Raising Children Network

Your pelvic floor holds your bladder, bowel and uterus in place, but pregnancy and birth can weaken it. Do pelvic floor exercises: squeeze, lift and hold.

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Exercise for Pregnancy - Exercise Right.

Exercise is important during pregnancy, do you know the facts? Read on and learn about pre and post natal exercise as well as important things to consider.

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RANZCOG - Exercise during Pregnancy

There are many benefits to be gained from regular exercise during pregnancy. These include physical benefits and the prevention of excessive weight gain, as well as benefits for psychological wellbeing.

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Exercise modifications during pregnancy · Modifying exercise programs · Pelvic Floor First

Exercise modifications during pregnancy. While there are modifications of exercises recommended during pregnancy and for postnatal women, there are often times that modifications within these exercises themselves need to be made.

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