20 Minutes • 26m
Strength is key for avoiding common pregnancy pains, maintaining good posture, and ultimately managing labor and delivery. Use this quick routine to maintain functional glute, hip, and back strength to maintain optimal posture and strength in these key areas throughout your pregnancy and postpartum.
- Focus: prenatal, strength
- Key muscles: hips, glutes, back, shoulders
- When: whenever you have the energy
- Suggested props: bolster or pillow, block
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