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August 12 Steps to Glory. This block has obvious Olympic link! Steps to Glory is a Nancy Cabot block, date unknown.

August 12 Steps to Glory. This block has obvious Olympic link! Steps to Glory is a Nancy Cabot block, date unknown.

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Cactus macaroons

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Cactus pillows!

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Check out my 7 tips on how to lose the baby weight!

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Low impact strength and cardio workout for beginners, pregnancy, post partum, naptime, and those recovering from injury. A 30 minute total body workout challenge using dumbbells, perfect for at-home workout. Squat, lunge, press, punch, row, bicep, plank. Upper body, lower body, and core workout.

Low impact strength and cardio workout for beginners, pregnancy, post partum, naptime, and those recovering from injury. A 30 minute total body workout challenge using dumbbells, perfect for at-home workout. Squat, lunge, press, punch, row, bicep, plank. Upper body, lower body, and core workout.

Doing core work during pregnancy is very beneficial! In fact, staying sedentary while pregnant can be more threatening to your health than being active, so if your doctor gives you the okay to exercise, go for it momma! Having a strong core during pregnancy will help your posture as your belly grows, decrease lower back pain, increase your stamina during delivery, and aid in recovery.

Doing core work during pregnancy is very beneficial! In fact, staying sedentary while pregnant can be more threatening to your health than being active, so if your doctor gives you the okay to exercise, go for it momma! Having a strong core during pregnancy will help your posture as your belly grows, decrease lower back pain, increase your stamina during delivery, and aid in recovery.

Modern medicine has recognized that pregnant women not only can, but should continue to exercise and move throughout their pregnancy. Exercise not only benefits the mother, but the baby as well. This 20-minute workout is designed to keep your heart rate at a moderate level and does not require any equipment! You will perform each exercise for one minute at a low intensity followed by 30 seconds of moderate intensity.

Modern medicine has recognized that pregnant women not only can, but should continue to exercise and move throughout their pregnancy. Exercise not only benefits the mother, but the baby as well.