If you are pre or post natal in the UAE the articles on this page are here to provide advice.
There are restrictions on the kind of exercise you can do when you are pregnant and after you give birth.
However, with sensible advice and professional support there is no reason why you cannot train and exercise. This applies to all stages of your pregnancy.
In Dubai, Abu Dhabi & Sharjah there are plenty of qualified and experienced pre and post natal PT’s
If the type and intensity of exercise you can do while pregnant confuses you then these articles and tips will help.
Finding the perfect pre or post natal PT is easy with the UAE Personal Trainers website.
Confused about when you can start training again postpartum in the UAE? We asked a female personal trainer in Abu Dhabi for her traning tips and advice about when you can safely start to exercise after having your baby.
During your pregnancy it’s important to stay as fit and healthy as you can. Both for your sake and your baby. Many women in Dubai and Abu Dhabi are still unsure whether they can exercise during pregnancy but it’s perfectly safe if you get the advice and support of a specialist pre and post natal personal trainer.
Confused about what exercises you can safely do during the second and third trimesters of your pregnancy in the UAE? These training tips will help you make the right choices.
Want to get back in shape post-pregnancy? A professional PT provides some great advice and tips for new mothers who want to get more exercise in the UAE.
Exercise during pregnancy in Abu Dhabi is advisable but you need to take sensible precautions. Get advice and support from a pre natal personal trainer before you start any new exercise program.
If you are pregnant in the UAE there is no need to stop exercising. Get some advice and the best exercise tips for prenatal mums to be in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah with UAE based female personal trainers.
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