No matter what your fitness preference, pregnancy workouts that will get you moving and strong.
Squats and lunges—and more squats and lunges—make this leg workout a winner.
A variety of planks (and a few push-ups) makes for a strength-building session that you can do anywhere.
From souped-up squats to push-ups with a twist, give the six moves in this workout with a bench a try.
Pilates instructor Erika Bloom gets us on our hands and knees, a prime, full-body training position for moms-to-be and new moms alike.
Twenty minutes and this resistance band workout make for a quick, effective tone-up session.
Shake things up at the gym with a run-row session mixed with a shot of power moves.
One of our favorite arm workouts features four types of push-ups, plus tricep dips and crab walks, to tone and strengthen arms from all angles.
A lower-body workout that keeps things simple and focused.
Don’t let the number scare you! This completely doable workout includes a variety of squats to keep things interesting and walking intervals for recovery.
We combined 16 of our favorite exercises to form one killer mash-up that hits the whole body equally.
Tighten and tone your backside with this multidirectional workout that hits the glutes from all angles.
Like a little resistance? Trainer Noell Yanik (who is expecting her second child in January) shares three weighted moves that are perfect for moms-to-be and new moms alike.