Staying Active During Pregnancy – Weeks 27-35

Somehow when I knew I was into the third trimester I thought, well it’s just going to get harder from here. Typically I don’t think this way because like I’ve said in my previous posts I had basically set out to prove others wrong about pregnancy. To do it for myself and my baby and no one else. Well I was wrong and I am glad that I am. I’ve had plenty of energy and my workouts are still a blast. The only thing that is really different is his position. If he is in an awkward spot it can make the workout a little more difficult but nothing I can’t push through.

Les Mills Combat workout with weights at 28 weeks pregnant


Getting Insane with some Insanity at 33 weeks pregnant! This was a GREAT workout, I had a really high heart rate and burnt some serious calories.


Getting my Turbo on with Chalene Johnson’s HIIT at 35 weeks pregnant!


I feel I shouldn’t have to repeat myself or get into this but please understand that I was doing all of these workouts before I was pregnant. My Dr. approved me to workout because I was already working out and in great shape before. I never push myself so hard that I’m exhausted. I’ve learn to balance my workouts but still get an effective calorie burn. As long as I can talk I can keep going. If I’m too tired to talk then I should stop but I don’t get that far 😉

Thanks for stopping by! Interested in one of the above programs to jumpstart your health and fitness goals? Hit me up and contact me!

Carpe the Hell out of Your Diem–

Laci Jane

  1. Amber
    Amber says:

    Hi there! I’m currently 32 weeks and I workout regularly at the gym but I was thinking of trying the 21 day fix program since I just got a new computer and can stream it now. Is this a good program that can be modified for pregnancy? I’ve done Insanity, P90X, all the chalene programs and some other programs from beach body before & esrlier in pregnancy so I am in shape and have the OK to workout from my doctor. Thanks for your input, I love your blog!!!


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