21 Weeks Prego Video

With getting ready to move I have been awful about documenting my pregnancy! I know a lot of you want pictures and I promise to post one soon...I really pooped this week...heck my boobs even grew! But what I do have is the Workout Download Video that releases March 13th and I filmed it when I was 21 weeks prego. It's a night and day difference to how I look now - 5 pounds of baby later!



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10 comments:

  1. I am so amazed at you filming these while pregnant - you're amazing!! And still look oh-so-cute! Can't wait to try this video.

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  2. You're amazing Lindsay. I have been doing your workout downloads and can't tell you how much I love them. They are the perfect amount of time to fit into a busy schedule and you are so down to earth. Thanks for all your inspiration!

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  3. Hey Lindsay,
    I have a question: Is there any way we can get a head start on the weight loss/toning process before the baby's born?? So there's not as much work to do after? I'm 27 weeks now and the weight is really starting to pile on now! Have about 23 lbs on now and my original goal was to gain just the 25 in the whole 40 weeks - in saying that, I have been eating way to much and exercising not so much (because I am sooo tired this time) but I do really want to get back on track. So far so good for today, eating well and went on elliptical for 26 min. What do you think? Even my legs are bigger and it's just supposed to be our stomach isn't it??!! Thanks Lindsay! Hope things are going well with your move :)

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  4. Thanks for the compliments ladies, a woman can never get enough of those!

    Melissa, I wish I coudl say it's only our belly that grows! But all the extra fluid and blood volume increases later in the pregnancy, my legs have been growing and I hate it! Nonetheless if your goal is 25 pounds you can slow down the weight gain, but don't try to lose anything. There is some more info in my Moms Into Nutrition manual about slowing down the weight gain. It's a $1.99 download but here is a link so you can download it for free www.momsintofitness.com/nutrition

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  5. Thanks Lindsay - I already downloaded that awhile back :) Just wondering if there are any more secrets! Yes, I won't try to lose but I'm going to watch what I eat better - so far so good. Thanks for the advice and hope you're well!!

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  6. Hi Lindsay,
    Do you have any advice of C-section vs. vaginal birth? I know you've had C-sections. Were they that bad? I had one vaginal and the labour & delivery was horrible but recovery good, how was recovery with the C-section - especially on your second when you had Taylor and had to care for a newborn? They are allowing us to choose now whether to have a C-section vs. vaginal (wasn't a choice a few years ago) and I am so tempted to pick C-section even though risks are higher. Do you have any thoughts? What was it like for you? Was it painful after - I know you seemed okay in your blog posts. Thanks Lindsay, I appreciate the input!

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  7. For me, c-sections were pretty easy. Although I didn't push tyhe liquids and walk around after the 1st one like the nurses told me to and I was swollen form head to toe. It is a major surgery and the part I hate the most is my "incoherent" state for 24 hours. The meds can make you loopy-I would say something and know it made no sense!

    The immediate effects of the c-section and hospital stay are obviously a little more. And recovery can take a bit longer. Kind of like a cast on an arm.

    Weird tinges and pains, but probably nothing more than a vagainal birth. It takes a lot longer for the swelling in your belly to go down.

    I had a ton of help from my mom with Rylan since you are not allowed to drive for 3 weeks. But I also knew what to expect with c-section #2 and I made sure we started breastfeeding right away in recovery, drink water and walk when they told me to!

    I am just randopmly saying what I experienced! But there is more stuff on my website www.momsintofitness.com > get the skinny > post pregnancy c-section.

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  8. Just got the Complete Pregnancy Fitness Program DVD's on the mail and I'm super excited! I'm 22 weeks and I have been feeling a little off because between morning sickness during my first three months and all the traveling my husband and I had been doing I haven't workout at all. Before I found out I was pregnant I was doing Cross Fit so imagine the big change from doing that to doing nothing at all! So, thanks to your DVD's, I'm starting today! Many blessings to you and your family,

    Andrea

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  9. Thanks for the c-section info Lindsay! I tried to respond a few weeks back but it wouldn't let me post for some reason... When they "pull" the stomach muscles apart during the operation, does that mean that we need to do more work to get our stomach back than after a vaginal birth?? Just curious... I don't like the idea of them cutting and pulling anything but I also do not like the alternative either. Baby has to come out either way!! Thanks, and I really appreciate your comments!

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  10. c-sections are kinda like hvaing a cast on yoru arm. so yes, it will take longer to recover than a vaginal birth. they actually only cut the fascia, which is what surrounds the muscles and makes us "compact". that along with the scar tissue is the big difference between a c-section and a vaginal birth.

    so yes, more work, but we can get the same results!

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