Pregnancy Exercises How to Tone Your Legs Buttocks During Pregnancy
Now that you're pregnant, we want to keepthat lower body nice and strong, and get ready for delivery. I'm Carol Ann with Studio GroupX, and I'm going to show you some exercises that you can do to strengthen your legs andbuttocks. First thing you want to do is you want to make sure you've been released byyour in order to exercise. All right, so first of all, we're going to start withsome standing squats. So your feet are hipwidth apart. And you want to squat back and reallystick that rear end back, and come up and squeeze those glutes. Keep your abdominalsin. Squat back and up and squeeze. So it's nice and smooth. You want to make sure thatyour knees don't go past your toes. And you
can do about 20 reps for your squats. Anotherexercise that you can do, you can use the ball. And you can do some squats on the ball,as well. And this will help kind of support your back, and this will feel really nice.So you're going to walk down and place your feet in front of you, about hipwidth apart.And just squat down and push up. Down and up. Again, you can do about 20 reps of thesesquats. Next, to really strengthen those legs and create some nice, long, lean muscles,you're going to do some side lying leg lifts. So your hips are stacked, posture nice andtall. You can even put some pillows underneath you. And you're just going to lift your legup and down. So that will help strengthen
your legs, as well. And then the fourth exerciseyou can do to strengthen those glutes, come to a tabletop position. Your hands are underneathyour shoulders. Pull those abdominal muscles in. Extend your leg back behind you, and liftup and lower down. You want to make sure that you're keeping your head, neck, and spinein alignment, and focusing right on that gluteul area. Again, you can do about 20 reps on eachside. So those are four quick exercises that you can do while you're pregnant to strengthenyour legs and your glutes. I'm Carol Ann with Studio Group X, and good luck on your journey.