Knocked Up: A Female Nutrition Researcher’s Pregnancy

September 23rd, 2009  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  2 Comments

A great blog series by Cassandra Forsythe, one of the authors of The New Rules of Lifting for Women. Cassandra’s in her first trimester, and journaling the ups, downs, and upchucking of pregnancy as an experienced weight trainer and nutritionist. First discovery: The George Costanza nap is a great innovation.

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  1. Lauren says:

    September 23rd, 2009at 2:40 pm(#)

    Congratulations to her! I love NROLW! I just finished the workouts about a month ago, it’s really well organized and absolutely practical if you want to train with your own weights in your living room…which I did. I plan to go through it again with the help of a gym membership and much, much heavier objects.

  2. Rachel says:

    October 8th, 2009at 8:40 pm(#)

    Blog very interesting, but no info on pelvic prolapse. PLEASE can we have some? The impact of relaxin on pelvic ligaments during pregnancy and post-partum really need to be considered.
    3 babies, running and lifting with crap form and now I’ve got bloody prolapse and have to totally rethink my exercise and my whole freakin life!


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