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How much should you lift as pregnant?

See what the experts say about lifting during pregnancy – including how many kilos you must raise as pregnant. It’s a lot smaller than this woman who really shares the water on Instagram!

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Emily Breeze from North Carolina in the United States is currently sharing water on his Instagram profile. Here she gets a lot of attention for her pictures, where she weightlifters 155 pounds (70 kilos) – well to notice 34 weeks in her pregnancy.

Exercise during pregnancy

The positive followers praise Emily for her go-ahead, her strength, and her well-trained body, while many critics express their disgrace and point out that the heavy lifting is dangerous to the child .- People who do not know me write the most insane things. I am stunned that people may think I will do anything to hurt my child. But I do not want to let others’ ignorance ruin my physician-approved fitness regime during my pregnancy, says Emily Breeze according to US Magazine.

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You should know about heavy lifting in pregnancy

But what do the experts really recommend about lifting and pregnancy?

Healthcareer Helen Lyng-Hansen writes on his website

– It is recommended that you do not lift anything weighing more than 12 kilos and the total lifting amount must not exceed 1000 kilos per day. When you are 7 months old, it is recommended that you only lift half, ie, only 500 kilograms per day. If you lift too much pregnancy, you can have – besides getting back and pelvic – also bleeding, and there is a risk of abortion or premature birth, she warns.

If you still want to lift during pregnancy …

If you have a smaller child already, who would like to be lifted, Helen Lyng-Hansen calls for, if possible, to introduce new habits – for example. Sit down to the height of the child instead when it wants to contact you. You can also buy for example. a small stool chair so that the child can climb himself where it is needed, the healthcare professional is advised.

If you still need lifting, it’s important that you use the right lifting technique, using the strength of your legs, has a straight back and holds what you lift as close to the body as possible.

Also, remember to cling to your pelvic floor and if you get any pain, stop lifting, emphasizes Helen Lyng-Hansen.