Pregnant Woman's Hilarious Exercise Routine in the Labour Ward

Pregnant Woman's Hilarious Exercise Routine in the Labour Ward

  • A stunning lady's video of her exercising in the labour ward has left many people entertained on social media
  • The clip of the young stunner has gathered many views along with thousands of likes and comments on TikTok
  • Netizens reacted to the mum-to-be's video as they rushed to her comments section with laughter, while others shared the same sentiment
  • Briefly News spoke to general practitioner Dr Luc Kalmbay on the importance of exercising while pregnant

Amidst the difficulties and strain that frequently come with labour and delivery, this young lady embraces her pregnancy journey in a fun way.

A TikTok video shows a woman exercising in the labour ward.
A pregnant lady was exercising in the labour ward in a TikTok video. Image: @motsocyj2b6
Source: TikTok

Woman shows off her exercise routine

The footage shows a young lady in the labour ward exercising. Behind her was another woman who was working out as well. The stunner walked up and down the labour ward and did a bit of some squat. The clip of the woman exercising amused many people online as it gathered over 225K views, thousands of likes, and many comments on the video platform.

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SA reacts to the woman's clip

The lady's video entertained many people as they went to her comments section to gush over her exercise routine while others shared their experiences of pregnancy.

Happinessandile said:

"Not the lady at the back preparing to fly."

Nonkululeko added:

"That walk towards the end of the video is giving "We are marching in the light of God"

Terah Seemise poked fun at her, saying:

"Me laughing at 36 weeks, knowing very well that my turn is coming very soon."

Ceehle Dlamini shared:

"I’m so grateful I didn’t go through this…Just had a runny stomach and vomiting kanti it was time."

MmaT wrote:

"I've been through this process three times. We don't learn."

The importance of exercising during pregnancy

Dr Luc Kalmbay said that practising moderate and regular physical activity makes it possible to live the physical changes better.

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"Moderate physical activity performed on a regular basis does not increase the risk of premature birth and preeclampsia; on the other hand, it helps to limit weight gain and the occurrence of gestational diabetes," he said.

The general practitioner went on to say that not every exercise is allowed to be conducted during pregnancy, such as:

"Any activity with significant drop risk like riding, the bike on track...or still activity with a high risk of tummy shocks like combat sports, ball sports...".
"But it is advisable to do moderate-intensity activities like walking, swimming or aqua gym, bicycle stationary, aerobic dance without leaps, and jogging (for that was already done before pregnancy)," he adds.

Luc Kalmbay also told Briefly News that the ideal sport for the pregnant woman is walking, it allows the baby to be installed in an ideal position for childbirth and helps the pelvis to open for faster delivery.

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"It is good to start the exercises from the first quarter because the body does not yet know the important changes. In short, the pregnant woman will choose the activity according to means with his doctor's advice."

Pregnant women dance in labour ward in viral TikTok video

Briefly News previously reported that two mommies-to-be have embraced their pregnancy journey in a fun way. A TikTok video of two young women dancing in the labour ward has entertained many netizens.

The video shows the ladies dressed in night dresses and dancing with great energy to an amapiano song. They demonstrate a rehearsed routine featuring fancy footwork and hip movements. They are seen dancing with great energy and enthusiasm, and their facial expressions convey happiness and excitement. Their actions suggest embracing their pregnancies and looking forward to their children's arrival.

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Source: Briefly News

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