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cricket2 cricket2 7 years
She looks more like she's a Grandmother than a Mother.What a hag
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Interesting...
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Interesting...
j2e1n9 j2e1n9 7 years
I heard that you're really not supposed to gain that much weight when you're preg, and that you're supposed to exercise basically up until the last moment, of course slowing down a lot towards the end and just taking walks, etc. I heard gaining more than like 15 lbs is bad for your heart and diabetes risks or something, and that the idea that you can gain and eat whatever you want is really antiquated.
Dendrobium Dendrobium 7 years
Quite the hyper-critical board here.
Dendrobium Dendrobium 7 years
Quite the hyper-critical board here.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
Actually, Nicole should do some low-impact (relatively lighter) exercise. If a woman exercised regularly BEFORE she was pregnant, she should continue with some regular (but low-impact, lighter) exercise DURING pregnancy. Exercise is what her body (and brain) is used to. Anybody who exercises regularly can tell you how stressful it feels when they stop working-out. The body goes through withdrawal because it misses the adrenaline rush. These withdrawal symptoms may cause undue stress in a pregnancy.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
Actually, Nicole should do some low-impact (relatively lighter) exercise. If a woman exercised regularly BEFORE she was pregnant, she should continue with some regular (but low-impact, lighter) exercise DURING pregnancy. Exercise is what her body (and brain) is used to.Anybody who exercises regularly can tell you how stressful it feels when they stop working-out. The body goes through withdrawal because it misses the adrenaline rush. These withdrawal symptoms may cause undue stress in a pregnancy.
gumdrops334 gumdrops334 7 years
yeah, spinning is hard enough when you're not pregnant. I can't imagine doing it with a bun in the oven.
ecoaster70 ecoaster70 7 years
Yoga & some light weight training for upper body strength. Walking is great. She went 2 days in a row, Saturday & Sunday. That's a bit much. Excersing is good but she seems obsessed with it.
ElectroPopTart ElectroPopTart 7 years
Yah, I agree. She needs to NOT go crazy being "lean" cuz she's lost babies before!!! STUPID.
Novaraen Novaraen 7 years
I'm sorry...but i really think she is exercising a bit much for a woman who has a history of losing babies. and spinning?!?! seriously...just take a walk on the treadmill or something...you're skinny enough. Let that baby bump grow!!
cvandoorn cvandoorn 7 years
And cold!! She seems mean. Who cares what she does!
DreaAST DreaAST 7 years
can't stand her! she is so boring!
nikolem2 nikolem2 7 years
Actually, pregnant women should not monitor their heart rates during exercise. They are encouraged to use the RPE scale to measure intensity. (I'm a certified prenatal fitness specialist)
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 7 years
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Lovely_1 Lovely_1 7 years
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