Celebrities like Blake Lively, Jana Kramer and more are taking their fitness goals quite seriously, especially during pregnancy.
Blake Lively announced her fourth pregnancy with her husband Ryan Reynolds. But being pregnant did not deter her from her workout routines.
Instead, she remained one of the celebrities who continued to exercise. According to her trainer, Don Saladino, “We’re watching the ballistics a little bit.”
“We’re removing any jumping [and] we’re staying away from the cardio. We’re trying to keep things a little bit more stationary.”
Celebrity, Jana Kramer had her early misgivings about any form of exercise whilst pregnant for Son, Jace, whom she shares with ex-husband Mike Caussin, due to a slew of miscarriages.
However, she said, “Once my doctor said I was OK, I had to trust it”. Jana also shares a daughter with Caussin.
She said “I feel like [working out] will help me bounce back even quicker. Working out has always helped my mood and energy. … I like this pregnancy so much better than the first one just because I feel healthier.”
Here are celebrities who continued to achieve their fitness goals whilst pregnant.
Blake Lively: The actor gave birth to her 4th baby in February 2023. Her trainer Saladino said her fitness goal was to have a “healthy delivery” and “be a healthy human being.”
He added: “She’s done an amazing job at just saying, ‘This is a beautiful time in my life, I’m going to embrace it.
Not going to be too hard on me,’ and she goes in and whatever we need to do that day, we end up doing
Karlie Kloss: The celebrity model announced her pregnancy at the 2023 Met Gala that she was pregnant with Baby No. 2. Not long after, she debuted her fitness routine via Instagram.
According to her, she kicked off her regimen with gentle yoga stretches before doing arm and shoulder exercises in the gym. Kloss, who also shares son Levi with husband Joshua Kushner.
Kate Hudson: Kate said, “I’ve never really been an avid yoga person, but pregnant yoga’s been predominantly what I’m doing,”. In her interview with InStyle in June 2018 while Pregnantdaughter Rani.
“I’ve enjoyed it, and I’ve enjoyed who I’ve been working with — pregnant and pre-natal yoga is a different kind of process because it’s all about the baby, which is a nice feeling.”
The celebrity shares Rani with partner Danny Fujikawa, and co-parents sons Ryder and Bingham with ex-partners Chris Robinson and Matt Bellamy respectively.
Ashley Graham: She is one of the celebrities who believe exercise is a lifestyle. She shared her fitness routine on Instagram in 2019.
She said, “It’s a lifestyle. The model shares son Isaac and twins Malachi and Roman with her husband Justin Ervin.
Eva Longoria: Eva is one of the celebrities who took their fitness goals seriously. She went on multiple hikes when she was pregnant with her son, Santiago, in 2018.
Lindsay Arnold: Arnold launched a pregnancy workout program of her own whilst pregnant with daughter June.
The celebrity revealed her “go-to” standing routine in February 2023. They include 10 reps of leg lifts, squats and arm circles repeated on each side three times.
Khloe Kardashian: She said, “I’m so lucky that I have been able to stay active during my pregnancy.”
She said on her website in 2018, “If I’m not doing something, I just feel off, ya know? I can’t beast out in the gym the way I could six months ago.”
“And, let’s get real, it’ll be a few more months before I can again — but I’m doing what I can.”
Khloe shares True and son Tatum (surrogacy) with ex Tristan Thompson. She warmed up cardio and circuit training before doing reps of shoulder raises and squats.
Pippa Middleton: Princess Kate’s younger sister kept in shape amid her three pregnancies by following her trainer Ashley Verma’s guide.
“She just wanted to feel like she was doing everything safely, feeling confident in her body as it changed,” Verma told the US Weekly.
“We wanted to work on confidence and we wanted to work on posture because what happens when you are pregnant, is the weight of the baby starts to pull you.
We want to stay strong and sculpted, but we got in there safely. And those were the key points and factors that we got into.
But overall, just being comfortable in your body while you’re experiencing so much change.”
Verma instructed Pippa to use hand weights and leg lifts, emphasizing the “safe way” to incorporate floor work by using a pillow for extra support.