Whether or not pregnant women should exercise is still debated. Some women claim that pregnancy is not a ᴅɪsᴇᴀsᴇ and see no reason why a pregnant woman should not be active, while others say that women in the second condition should take care of themselves and save themselves. Whatever your opinion, what this 30-year-old mom did in the high stages of pregnancy is something you just can’t see.
The new mother, who practiced yoga on the second day after the birth, claims that thanks to this exercise she also had a very fast birth – according to her, it lasted only ten minutes. Well, it’s a dream come true for millions of mothers.
Randi Greene, from Ohio, gave birth to a son named Quinn a month ago and refused to give up exercise during her pregnancy.
Instead of waking up for exercise, she started posting photos on her Instagram showing challenging yoga positions. Yes, one that someone who does not practice yoga regularly could possibly do so in a dream.
Randi began practicing yoga three years ago, claiming that she had been able to cope with ᴄᴏɴᴛʀᴀᴄᴛɪᴏɴs during childbirth and had had a deep relationship with her baby during pregnancy.
She points out that many positions during pregnancy could not and did not train them. However, in the second and third trimesters, she felt stronger and had more energy, so she practiced five times a week for 45 minutes to an hour.
Since it is important to reconcile breath with movement in yoga, this, according to Randi, helped her with contractions. In addition, she gave her yoga of self-confidence, and she was sure she could handle it at birth.