Model-turned-actress Lisa Haydon is expecting her second child soon and has been sharing posts from her maternity diaries on her Instagram profile. She wrote it’s really important to remember at this stage that no matter how well I train, I’m only going to get bigger!
She married entrepreneur Dino Lalvani in the year 2016 and the couple welcomed their first child together in the year 2017. The actress during her first pregnancy too gave all the mothers some serious major pregnancy fashion goals. And few days ago, she took her Instagram account to share a stunning picture of herself flaunting her baby bump post her workout session. The 33-year-old actress dressed in a black crop top and a pair of cream shorts gave an inspiring message to her fans about healthy pregnancy and body positivity.
Sharing a powerful message on internet, Bollywood star Lisa Haydon said no matter how much she trains, her body will undergo changes.
On the work front, she has appeared on several popular magazine covers such as L’Officiel, Harpers Bazaar Grazia (India), Cosmopolitan (magazine), Elle (India), Verve, Vogue India, Femina (India), FHM (magazine), and Hello! (magazine).
She made her Bollywood debut in 2010 with the films Aisha. She is known for her performance in films such as The Shaukeens, Queen and Housefull 3 among others. In terms of films, Lisa was last seen in the 2016 Karan Johar’s AeDilHaiMushkil.
Lisa flaunting her baby bump gives us fitness goals and pregnant females should definitely take some cues.
- Maintaining a regular exercise routine throughout your pregnancy can help you stay healthy and help you feel much better
- Regular exercise during pregnancy decreases some common discomforts such as backaches and fatigue and can improve your posture
- This is evident that physical activity prevents gestational diabetes (diabetes that develops during pregnancy)
- Reduces the risk of excess weight gain, prepare muscles for childbirth
- Helps relax pelvic muscles
- Gives baby a healthier start of life by having lower fat mass, improved stress tolerance, and advanced neurobehavioral maturation
- It relieves stress
- It builds more stamina needed for labor and delivery
- Shortens the labor process
- Increase the chances of a natural birth
- Decreases the need for pain relief
- Speeds up recovery after delivery
- Decreases the likelihood of preterm labor and birth
Few tips that can help you stay safe when exercising:
- Start by warming up for 5 minutes and stretching for 5 minutes
- Finish with 5 to 10 minutes of gradually slower exercise that ends with gentle stretching.
- Don’t stretch yourself too much.
Make sure you know when to stop and it should be low-intensity workout.
Some of the easy exercises are:
- Pelvic tilts
- Low impact aerobics
- Stationary cycling are good ways to get fit during pregnancy.
It is advisable to not follow any exercises if you suffer from any medical conditions like asthma, hypertension or if there is any persistent pain in the body or vaginal bleeding. It is recommended to seek doctor’s advice first before starting to follow any kind of exercise routine. If you have never exercised regularly before, you can still begin an exercise program safely during pregnancy after consulting with your doctor/ASHA worker, but do not try a new, strenuous activity. Walking is considered the safest to initiate when pregnant.