Exercises for Pregnant Women : Pelvic Tilt Exercises for Pregnant Women

The next exercise I’m going to demonstrate
is a supine pelvic tilt. Go ahead and lie flat on the mat, hands down by your side,
contracting the transverse abdominals, you’re going to lift your glutes squeezing the glute
muscles, tilting your pelvic up off of the floor and slowly lower back down, squeeze
as you lift and exhale as you lower. Lift, only lift as high as you possibly can, exhale
as you lift, inhale lower. And you can do this exercise if you are experiencing diastasis
and if you’re not. Exhale lift and lower. This can also be done standing, if you’re
feeling a little bit nauseous or light headed, you can stand and tilt your pelvic up and
lower. Exhale lift and lower. Try not to arch your back when you drop your pelvis to the
floor, you’re just going to come flat and lift and lower. Very good, make sure you breathe,
exhale and inhale. Perfect. And lower. Good.

3 Replies to “Exercises for Pregnant Women : Pelvic Tilt Exercises for Pregnant Women”

  1. The problem with laying on your back while pregnant is that it can limit the oxygen supply to the baby. But, first, you'll feel your own oxygen supply limited. So if you're on your back and feel short of breath, move. But if your breathing is fine, your baby is fine. It just depends on the baby's position. There is nothing intrinsically wrong with lying on your back.

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