Any woman can give birth to a healthy child without special physical training, but some exercises for pregnant make childbirth easier and less painful.
To give birth to a baby safely, you need to turn the lower part of your body and spine to a flexible “rubber.” That is, joints of the pelvis should be flexible and muscles – capable of extreme tension. Exercises for pregnant can provide such effect.
The first step is developing a lower spine (sacrum) and pelvic joints. These sections of your body will slightly “move” during the exit of the child. Moreover, this exercise for pregnant is a kind of anesthesia for annoying back pain.
So, start with an initial exercise positions: kneeling, a woman separates knees 20 inches apart and puts palms on the floor. The hands should be about 30 inches and hips should be placed in an upright position.
This exercise for pregnant is called “Rocking the pelvis.” From the initial position a woman, making a slow deep breath, bends her back trying to raise the buttocks higher (thighs, pelvis and buttocks are toughened). After that a reverse motion is performed – bending the back, along with a slow exhalation. This is the kind of swing which a pregnant should perform very smoothly. To achieve the effect, repeat this cycle 10 times.
Another exercise for pregnant is performed to stretch the inside muscles of the thighs. This group of muscles is involved during the entire process of childbirth, as a woman in labor has to lie with the legs moved apart. This is the best position for a baby to be born.
This exercise will be performed by a pregnant as easily as the previous one. A woman has to lie down on the floor and cross her legs (lotus position). It is important that the feet were brought together, and the knees were maximally separated. Having taken the initial position of the exercise, a pregnant puts her arms on the legs. Palms wrap ankles, elbows are pushing the knees, trying to lower them to the floor.
This exercise should be also performed smoothly, abrupt movements are not permitted. A pregnant must not feel any discomfort or pain during the exercise.
In addition to these exercises we can advise pregnant to sit in a pose of lotus and squat , as it makes the muscles stretch smoothly. Furthermore, any free (or unfree) minute squeeze and relax the muscles of the perineum, this will give you more chances to manage without seams and gaps during childbirth.
These exercises for pregnant will be enough, because the goal is to help yourself in a crucial moment, and not in the standards delivery or a cup competition.