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    Skiing and other sports that involve a risk of falling are no-nos during pregnancy. You should also avoid contact sports like soccer and basketball, and the pressure changes of high-altitude exercising or scuba diving.


    Make your workout pregnancy-friendly by going for less intensity and shorter duration: lighter weights, jogging instead of sprinting, and prenatal yoga instead of Bikram.

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    Skiing and other sports that involve a risk of falling are no-nos during pregnancy. You should also avoid contact sports like soccer and basketball, and the pressure changes of high-altitude exercising or scuba diving.


    Make your workout pregnancy-friendly by going for less intensity and shorter duration: lighter weights, jogging instead of sprinting, and prenatal yoga instead of Bikram.

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    Skiing and other sports that involve a risk of falling are no-nos during pregnancy. You should also avoid contact sports like soccer and basketball, and the pressure changes of high-altitude exercising or scuba diving.


    Make your workout pregnancy-friendly by going for less intensity and shorter duration: lighter weights, jogging instead of sprinting, and prenatal yoga instead of Bikram.

    Oops! You missed this one.


    Skiing and other sports that involve a risk of falling are no-nos during pregnancy. You should also avoid contact sports like soccer and basketball, and the pressure changes of high-altitude exercising or scuba diving.


    Make your workout pregnancy-friendly by going for less intensity and shorter duration: lighter weights, jogging instead of sprinting, and prenatal yoga instead of Bikram.

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