Taking on the role of a new mother is a great approach to get more exercise in your life! Now that your lovely bundle has arrived, it seems like you never have a chance to sit still, from lifting to bending to picking up stuff to transporting!
However, you may feel compelled to exercise after your pregnancy to get back in shape. However, there is no need to join an expensive club. Begin by exercising with your child!
Lifting your newborn up and down while saying "up..." and "down" works your arms while also assisting your youngster in learning! That's right! Talking and moving around can increase a baby's IQ! Sing to your child and tell him or her you're going "left," "right," "over," "under," "around," and so on.
Get a sturdy stroller and take your baby for a daily stroll. The fresh air will be beneficial to both of you, and it will be another great opportunity to introduce your child to the objects in the region. It's no fun pushing a stroller and getting numb hands (as if you're hauling a lawn mower!) As a result, make sure your stroller doesn't jiggle too much.
Your infant will imitate your motions as he grows older. This is a great opportunity to play some ridiculous movement games as part of your "workout." It causes tears of delight and a lot of laughs to see her strive to do exactly what you do!
As you can see, working out with a baby is not only possible but also a lot of fun. It's a time to connect, teach, and look after yourself and your child. Soon, you'll be telling your school-aged child about how much fun you had exercising with him when he was a baby. And, yes, it will happen faster than you could have imagined! Ask your health queries and easily discuss your concerns online wth Dr. Shivangi Pawar, by sending us a mail or dropping a message in our contact form. Take Care! Stay Healthy!