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Kate Middleton Post Pregnancy Workout – The Third Time

Kate Middleton, the wife of Prince William, is expecting a third child. As she has birthed Prince George and Princess Charlotte in the past, the pregnancy probably won’t be a problem.

Kate Middleton during her visit to Stockholm in Sweden in January 2018
Kate Middleton during her visit to Stockholm in Sweden in January 2018 (Frankie Fouganthin / Wikimedia / CC BY-SA 4.0)

Due to the fact she is one of the most photographed women in the world, she would want to get back in shape soon after the pregnancy. Here, celebrity trainer Paulette Sybliss explains which post-pregnancy workout, the royal member should go for to look sizzling after the birth (probably in April 2018) and attend the upcoming wedding of Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle (scheduled for May 19, 2018).

Immediately After Birth

The personal trainer says that immediately after the birth, she needs to rest until she recovers from the pregnancy. Every pregnancy takes a toll on a woman’s body, and she should get proper rest before thinking of workouts.

She and the baby should also sleep a lot as it would keep them healthy later on. She should wait at least 6 weeks after the birth before she thinks of fitness. This time span could be longer if she opts for the cesarean.

Kate Middleton Post Pregnancy Workout Advice

Sybliss suggests that she should take things easy and start with basic exercises to build up strength. Doing pelvic floor exercises regularly is highly recommended. She can also do light weight or body weight exercises as it would help in losing pregnancy weight and tone her body.

Resistance training is also a good option as it will help her to get her body to its pre-pregnancy strength. If she is in a mood for cardio exercises, she should prefer lighter options like walking.

Kate Middleton Post Pregnancy Diet Advice

The fitness guru wants Kate to refrain from dieting as her body would be recovering from loads of hormonal changes. Depriving herself of any nutrients while following a diet won’t be a good idea. She should instead focus on eating healthy and balanced foods.

Calorie Burning Method

It is highly recommended that the new mother should go for breastfeeding not only for the baby’s good health but her good health as well. Breastfeeding is a sure shot way of burning calories.

How to Lose Weight

No matter whether you are pregnant or not, you should always aim for losing excess weight sensibly. Here are a few simple weight loss tips shared by Paulette that work.

Time of Carbs

You should have carbs first thing in the morning or an hour before a training session or right after an intense workout. If you do that, your body will less likely store them as fat.

Kate Middleton at the Portrait Gala 2014
Kate Middleton at the Portrait Gala 2014 (See Li / Flickr / CC BY 2.0)

Hydration Expectations

You should drink water at regular intervals throughout the day. It can help with cellulite elimination, fat loss, and getting a slim waistline. Your aim should be to drink three liters of water a day and never drink less than two liters, especially if you have an active life or workout regularly.

Weight Training

It is a good idea to include weight training in your workouts as it will eliminate body fat swiftly and reduce your waistline. You should do as many compound exercises as possible. Some of the exercises you can regularly do are lunges, push-ups, squats, and rows. They are awesome as they work the abdominals and work more than one muscle group at the same time.

Minimal Cardio

You should not spend too much time in doing cardio exercises. The best cardio methods you can go for are High-Intensity Interval Training on a treadmill that is set on a high incline or interval training. You can go for short periods of intense work like running and power walking and follow them up with short rest periods. Repeat this for at least 10 and 15 minutes to make it fruitful.

Featured Image by Frankie Fouganthin / Wikimedia / CC BY-SA 4.0

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