Listen to your body
It is normal that you feel more tired during a workout compared to before pregnancy. During this, especially in the 3rd trimester, the baby takes up more space, which can make your breathing more difficult.
Adjust the intensity of the exercise to feel comfortable.
Avoid intensive workouts. Focus more on maintaining a good physical condition. It would be wise to stop sports competitions during pregnancy. In the event of a more vigorous session, be sure to have a calmer session the next day.
Drink water before, during and after your exercise session from 250 ml to 300 ml per half hour. The color of your urine will tell you if you drink enough. It should be transparent or light yellow.
Avoid blocking your breathing. Breathe normally when doing bodybuilding exercises.
Exercise caution when practicing sports that require balance and coordination. Your center of gravity moves as your uterus and baby expand, increasing the risk of loss of balance and falls.
Avoid getting too hot. Wear clothes that promote evaporation. Do not hesitate to take breaks as needed. Avoid activities that require sudden movement, such as ball sports.