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Physical activities in pregnant woman



Year of publication 2021
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Sports Studies

Description Women, who are regularly physically active before pregnancy, are much more likely to continue to be regularly physically active during pregnancy. There is lack of information on the specific guidelines and real strategies of adaptation of several recreational and sports activities that might be adapted to healthy pregnant women. The thesis investigates knowledge about suitability of physical activity during gestation in pregnant women. The total complex of examined women was divided into two parts: active (women who do some leisure physical activity while they are pregnant) and inactive (women who do not any leisure physical activities while they are pregnant). Based on questionnaires was found that majority of women who were subject of the research believe their information about the proper nutrition and appropriateness of physical activity within gestation are good enough. They named the internet and television like their prime source of information. Regarding knowledge of advisability of physical activity during gestation in pregnant women was found out the most of researched women responded right way on surveyed questions.

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