Tommy's PregnancyHub Exercise FAQs Frequently asked questions about exercise in pregnancy, including what exercises to try and which ones to avoid. Breadcrumb Home PregnancyHub Being pregnant Exercise FAQs Follow us on Facebook and Instagram! Facebook Instagram Types of exercise Types of exercise When to be careful about exercise When to be careful about exercise Tips for staying active Tips for staying active Pregnancy yoga at home with The Yoga Midwife Yoga is a great way to stay active during and after pregnancy. The Yoga Midwife takes us through some simple poses to get you started. Pregnancy yoga at home with The Yoga Midwife My fit pregnancy Emily shares how staying active through pole dancing and yoga has helped her cope with the physical and mental challenges of pregnancy. My fit pregnancy Simple, at-home workouts from Bumps and Burpees Pregnancy-safe, at-home workouts without equipment from Charlie, founder of Bumps and Burpees and personal trainer qualified in pre & post-natal training. Simple, at-home workouts from Bumps and Burpees Exercise: new guidelines say every little helps! Even short bursts of exercise, like running up some stairs, can have a positive effect on women during pregnancy. Find out more about how it can help you. Exercise: new guidelines say every little helps! Staying active during the coronavirus pandemic We are all trying to cope with changes to our routine, including eating and exercising. The important thing is to try to be as active as you can. Staying active during the coronavirus pandemic Kelly Rowland talks about her pregnancy abdominal condition The singer experienced diastasis recti after the birth of her son. Kelly Rowland talks about her pregnancy abdominal condition Using a birth ball Our midwives explain how and why a birth ball can be used in the lead up to the birth of your baby, and during your labour and birth. Using a birth ball Largest ever study of running habits shows that running in pregnancy is safe The international retrospective study of 1,293 women who take part in parkrun found no evidence of negative effects of running on the baby. Largest ever study of running habits shows that running in pregnancy is safe Study finds exercise and healthy eating reduces the need for caesarean section A new study has found that women who eat healthily and stay active in pregnancy cut their chance of needing a caesarean section. Study finds exercise and healthy eating reduces the need for caesarean section Read more about having a healthy diet in pregnancy Recipes and snacks Read more about 'Recipes and snacks ' Food safety in pregnancy Read more about 'Food safety in pregnancy ' Pregnancy supplements Read more about 'Pregnancy supplements ' Having a healthy diet Read more about 'Having a healthy diet '