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Chelsea at Crunch Gym

Chelsea, our pregnancy fitness expert, is a certified personal trainer at Crunch gym in San Francisco, California. She gave birth to her daughter, Madeira Re, in July 2006. Read more

Forty Weeks of Fitness | With Chelsea

Regular, moderate exercise during your pregnancy will increase your energy, relieve many pregnancy-related discomforts, help you sleep better, reduce stress, and prepare your body for labor. So check with your doctor, lace up those tennis shoes and let's get moving!

Biking Biking

Biking is a fun cardiovascular workout that also strengthens your legs! Read more
Spinning Spinning

Spinning is a safe way to get an effective workout in a class setting. Read more
Boxing Boxing

Feel the power! Learn how to wrap your hands and glove up for an invigorating workout. Read more
Step Workout Step Workout

Group exercise can be a great way to connect with other members at the gym. Read more
Jogging Jogging

Jogging is a full-body workout that can be safe for you and your baby. Read more
Swimming Swimming

The water's buoyancy makes swimming a great pregnancy workout. Read more
Jogging Pilates

Pilates is a great way to strengthen your pelvic muscles, increase stability, and improve balance. Read more
Swimming Walking

Walking is one of the few activities that will be enjoyable throughout your pregnancy. Read more
Jogging Resistance Training

Resistance training increases strength and endurance, lean muscle tissue, and bone density. Read more
Swimming Yoga

Yoga helps strengthen your core, stretch your muscles, and teaches deep breathing. Read more

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