Carrying a baby and giving birth takes a lot out on your body. Not only is your range of movement highly limited for the final trimester of pregnancy, but your body naturally gains weight as your appetite increases to help your baby grow. Other symptoms like swollen ankles, worsened allergies, shortness of breath, and flat-out exhaustion are also common. It is no wonder why during the 9 months of pregnancy that many women's fitness routines become less regular. However, there is hope to regain and maintain fitness after your baby is born. Read on to see our post-baby exercise tips for the new mom.