We were intrigued by this recent post on the “celebrity babies” section of People.com (written by Anya Leon). Sounds as if Hilary is being advised to avoid impact, stretching, and core work. Does this jive with your own experience or the professional advice you’ve gotten?
Fitness Guru Harley Pasternak Dishes on Hilary Duff’s Workout Routine
According to Pasternak, keeping Duff “in a cool room” and managing her heart rate during the first trimester was key.
“No impact, no hyper bouncing and plyometrics,” he tells PEOPLE. “You also want to back off stretching quite a bit. Women become hyper flexible when they’re pregnant.”
The pair, who work together three to five times a week, are concentrating on “low impact exercises” — including elliptical, incline heel walking and stairs — and avoiding any routines that focus on Duff’s abdomen…
Now tell us, all you runners and triathletes, what advice have you received regarding impact? Did you follow it?
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