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Jessica Alba Exercising Two Weeks After Giving Birth

Jessica Alba Hit the Gym Shortly After Giving Birth — Did You?

Just two weeks after giving birth to daughter Haven, Jessica Alba is already back at the gym. Last night Jessica tweeted: "I did my first day of wrkout [sic] since I had the baby, just cardio for 40 min. — it's a start. Anyone else starting a fitness regimen?" Jessica went on to tweet that her doctor gave the OK to resuming a fitness routine. Jessica is keeping it light though by sticking to the stationary bike and elliptical machine. Jessica debuted her postbaby body a few days ago, and it looks like she's having no problems dropping the baby weight.

When it comes to exercise after pregnancy, it varies from woman to woman depending on her birthing experience. After delivery, always check with a doctor before resuming any exercise program and make sure to approach it with caution and moderation.

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abamda abamda 4 years
It's so unfair to compare the everyday woman with a celebrity. We don't have access to in house trainers and workout equipement, maids, nannies etc. The everyday woman is at home carring for her new baby 24/7 with little or no help other than their husband who is probably working a full time job!
Vanonymous Vanonymous 4 years
I haven't had a child, but I'd like to think I would be finding ways to fit fitness in. I agree with amber that the baby should be priority #1, but I also think being healthy makes you a good mom - and exercising makes me happy, which also makes for a good mom. As long as you're not pawning off your child for hours to go exercise, I think it's great. Give Dad some alone time with the baby while you get your sweat on a few times a week! :)
amber512 amber512 4 years
I haven't been blessed in that way yet, but I'd like to think that I'd be more concentrated on my baby than my body for a bit.
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