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It depends on what you mean by "slow down." I ran every day of my pregnancy until the day I went in for and induction at 39w3 days, but I certainly was not going as fast or long as I was in early pregnancy, so in that sense I "slowed down."
With DS1, I went to the gym 3-4 days a week until 38 weeks when I just got too uncomfortable on the machines. I walked and swam in the ocean for 1-2 hours a day until I delivered at 40w3d. On my due date, I got caught in a rip current and was pulled ou
I was kicking butt at Boot Camp 3 days before I delivered and planned to go to class the night I delivered. I just took the weekend off because we were traveling.
I had to stop running around 25 weeks, but I replaced it with the ellipt
I worked out 25min a day on the elliptical until the night before LO was born. My pace wasn't what it had been pre-pregnancy (and some days I had to nap between getting home from work and exercising), but I think maintaining the same workout schedule m
I don't do any hardcore cardio, but I do Les Mills Pump hour long workouts 3 times a week, walk an hour a couple times a week and once a week do a prenatal pilates for abs. I am almost 37 weeks.
Leila'sMommy:I stopped my running routine the day I found out I was pregnant 5w2d. I gained 60lbs during my pregancy and it took a
JG362009:Ran until the day before I was in the hospital both times. Don't be discouraged by a few bad runs -- stick wit