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ACOG guidelines

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Recommended exercises include stretching, stationary cycling, swimming, and walking.
Contraindicated exercises include Contact sports and scuba diving
Movements to avoid included jarring, jerky, bouncing, jumping, or sudden changes in direction
Exercise in a supine position Such a position is associated with decreased cardiac output in most pregnant women.
Amount of exercise ACOG recommends • Regular, moderate intensity and duration exercise sessions (at least 3 times per week) are preferable
ACOG recommendation for sedentary pregnant women Begin with short-duration, low intensity activity and increase gradually.
Pregnancy requires how many additional calories? 300 calories
Enviroments to avoid Excessive heat and humidity
Valsalva maneuver forcibly exhaling against a closed mouth and nose
Ligament laxity increases the risk of joint injury
Created by: kellfire