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I read this article and it said that the only problem to lifting heavy weights late in the pregnancy was because of the womans center of balance being thrown off and she could… hurt herself. But lifting weights over twenty pounds did not effect the baby's growth or cause defects. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20023745/ I think its ten pounds and under it could be twenty so be safe and stick to ten I have a very physically demanding job and I am in my first trimester. Can I remain as physically active as I was when I was not pregnant. If so, at what time should I not be lifting as much. I am lifting anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds.
Answer Generally, yes. Ask your doctor, but usually pregnant women are told that they can do anything AFTER they became pregnant that they were doing BEFORE they… became pregnant.
I think it's different for every woman, but I'm pregnant and I throw up at LEAST once a day. It's not that bad anymore though. I actually look forward to it becaus…e it makes the nausea do away.
Answer i think its best if you discussed this with your Dr. hard to answer because not much info offered,such as how many months you are, your health ect.
LSD is known to cause uterus movements, so there is a risk of miscarriage asssociated to it. some studies have also shown interaction with the child's DNA with really high dos…es. other studies have also shown no interraction at all. it is recommended to avoid all drugs during pregnancy, anyways, for the health of the baby. especially during the first trimester which is the moment that the fetus is the most vulnerable.
This really depends on the sort of lift you're talking about, and will vary greatly from 'average man' to 'average man'. If you're talking about a bench press, Men's… Health I believe once reported that the average male (over 18) is 135 pounds (roughly 60kg).
Several thousand tonnes.
I'd say anywhere between 100 and 120 pounds. Or 65-75lbs.
Well It depends on how much you can lift make sure it is not to lite but not too heavy
Depending on what sport you are doing, it ranges from 20 to 60 grams. If you are playing American Football or Rugby, and you need to pack on muscle mass, you are looking… at keeping closet fulls of the stuff, in addition to basically having an all protein diet, all while brutalizing your body with both weight training and cals. Professional bodybuilders, to pack on muscle mass, consume unbelievable amounts of protein, and they combine calisthenics with weight training, you can imagine how painful their training is. That is, immediately after doing 100, sometimes 200 pushups in a row, pro bodybuilders will then proceed to do reps on the bench press. The ones who are juicing, the ones doing stereoids, will do 500 push ups in a row, and proceed to hit the bench, and end up with a severe case of "gym euphoria;" you can tell a man is juicing, if he spends 8 hours straight lifting weights. The reason steroids cause gym Euphoria, is the oxygen inbalance caused in the muscles. See, of all the body's tissues, skeletal muscle is by far the most oxygen greedy; when muscles grow faster than what the lungs can keep up, they soak up so much oxygen, that the only way the body can get rid of excess carbon dioxide is, you guessed it, brutal exercise, constant huffing and puffing. Over time, the oxygen inbalance will end up damaging an even more oxygen greedy body system, namely, the central and peripheral nervous systems. If skeletal muscle is oxygen greedy, the central nervous system is even more so; a single nerve cell, has 14 mitochondrion, whereas average body cells of other tissues only have 2 or 3. In other words, the brain, which contains neurons packing 14 to 20 mitochondrion each, along with the rest of the nervous system, is by far the most oxygen greedy body system. The disruption of oxygen balanced caused by too-rapid muscle growth due to 'roids, will over time, wear down the nervous system, and when that happens, the ensuing side effects will result in the death of your dong, and possibly, even have more serious, fatal consequences. Testosterone is a neurotoxic poison, and the reason it does not outright kill men, is because believe it or not, muscle helps keep it balanced, provided muscles get constant use, everything is fine. However, put that stuff in your blood stream, more than what the body makes, and there's hell to pay. Another thing that is a neurotoxic poison is adrenalin, which is activated every time you engage in vigorous exercise. The only way the toxicity of adrenaline, and testosterone can be counteracted, is by keeping a high and constant supply of oxygen. An oxygen inbalanced caused by testosterone and adrenaline poisoning, will, over enough time, prove fatal. More than give you man boobs, steroids will in time, kill you. Protein intake, is also rooted in how you're built; if you're a big dude seeking to pack on mass, you are looking at a whopping 80 grams. Again though, if you are planning on consuming vast quantities of supplements, and making an outright dietary change, you have to brutalize your body otherwise, that protein just ends up being flushed down the toilet. Simple common sense here, your body will not absorb protein, if it sees no reason to. If you do not train hard enough, and push yourself hard enough, not only will the supplements not work, protein and other supplements will make you pack on fat, not muscle. The supplement companies who make them, and the bodybuilding text and lay books that promote supplement use, all operate under the assumption, that you will really push yourself. If you are still a teenager, when lifting weights, take it only to the point of burn; you should not push your body hard, until you turn 18 and are fully grown. At 18 though, begining a supplementation, you have to brutalize your body at the gym, every day, work in burnout sets. If you do not wish for supplements to make you fat, if you want to pack on muscle quickly, rather than fat, you must do burnout sets, lift and lift until you feel that "icy" burn, which is the most painful burn of all. You know, when you push your muscles so hard they feel like ice? If you push yourself to that point, the pain is so unimaginable, you have to shut it out. That is what "the governator" meant in his Encyclopedia of Bodybuilding, when he talked about "the mind giving up before the body does." More than protein, remember, the companies are operating under the assumption, you are pushing your limits. However do not attempt it, until you've turned 18. If you are already in your 20's, protein intake depends on how you're built. If you are a small dude, only 15 grams or so will do, 3 times daily with meals, if you are medium sized, 20 to 25 grams, if you are big, 40 to 60, for a reliable chart, you need to consult your GNC sales rep. Usually GNC has well informed people regarding those matters. If you are seeking to pack on the pounds though, muscle wise, you need a protein diet, ridiculous amounts of protein, relatively low carbs, and an inhumanly brutal weight training schedule, that involves you lifting until you feel that "ice pick" stab in the muscles you are working. The infamous "ice pick" burn; very few people who weight train, are masochistic enough to push themselves that hard, every time they lift. [[User:126.96.36.199|188.8.131.52]]stardingo747
At the end of pregnancy woman gain approximatly 25 to 35 pounds Baby 8 pounds Placenta 2-3 pounds Amniotic fluid 2-3 pounds … Breast tissue 2-3 pounds Blood supply 4 pounds Fat stores for delivery and breastfeeding 5-9 pounds Uterus increase 2-5 pounds Total 25 to 35 pounds woman gain 2 to 4 pounds during first three month than one pound a week for remainder of the pregnancy
About 12 lbs.
In theory starting out with 5-10 minutes of light cardio to warm up your muscles and get blood flowing is best. Then some light static stretching to loosen up your ligaments. …Then do your weight routine (while stretching in between sets/excerises) and then a cool down of 15-30 minutes on the cardio. You should try to do at least 30 minutes of cardio each time you work out. Anything less than 30 minutes you don't get the benefits of it. In addition to this, its also best to work out early morning before you eat so you can burn calories.
As always which means a healthy balanced meal with protein, carbs, vegetables, fat, dairy and fruit. This is how you always should eat, pregnant or not but it's especially imp…ortant to eat healthy when pregnant. No alcohol, raw meat or eggs, or caffeine.