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Posted: 10/2/2014 12:34:24 AM EST
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Crossfit
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lol
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Who coined the phrase "the sport of fitness"?
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Maybe I'm wrong but it seems like Crossfit would be a good way for a pregnant woman to have a miscarriage...
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That's retarded. Squats and lunges I can see but kettle bells and dead lifts are just freaking stupid for a pregnant woman at that point.

Plus her form was awful, which seems to be par for the crossfit course.

I say this with my 9 month pregnant wife sleeping across the room.

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Needless to say shes shotgunning the kool aid. Shes crossed the line from hardass to dumbass.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 12:48:42 AM EST
Should she have to pay membership fees for two people?
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Doing Oly lifts while 9 months pregnant is just plain silly.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 12:54:41 AM EST
A co-worker of mine ran a marathon (26.2 miles) while preggers. Not nine months though. Just a couple months with a small bump.

Baby is fine.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 12:56:50 AM EST
I kept waiting for her to smack that big ol' belly with the bar.

I'm all about staying in shape through a pregnancy, but that seems excessive to me. Not that I know shit about pregnancy.

I laughed when they made her out to be a hardass and she did handstand push-ups.. And moved like 2 inches.
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Originally Posted By HingleMcCringleberry:
I kept waiting for her to smack that big ol' belly with the bar.

I'm all about staying in shape through a pregnancy, but that seems excessive to me. Not that I know shit about pregnancy.

I laughed when they made her out to be a hardass and she did handstand push-ups.. And moved like 2 inches.
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Or drop the kettlebell on in, staying healthy while pregnant is great but this is rediculous.
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Originally Posted By ElectricSheep556:
Maybe I'm wrong but it seems like Crossfit would be a good way for a pregnant woman to have a miscarriage...
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Also risking c-section... keeping done of those muscles right and keyed up could make labor interdasting... deff not recommended
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Originally Posted By macpherson:
That's retarded. Squats and lunges I can see but kettle bells and dead lifts are just freaking stupid for a pregnant woman at that point.

Plus her form was awful, which seems to be par for the crossfit course.

I say this with my 9 month pregnant wife sleeping across the room.

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yeah its retarded..

i do crossfit, and she would not be allowed at the gym i go to that far along in her pregnancy...

Link Posted: 10/2/2014 5:28:38 AM EST
Seriously risking the child's health. Not smart at all.

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Originally Posted By abtex1:
Seriously risking the child's health. Not smart at all.

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This. I feel she's more concerned about her appearance than her unborn child's well being.
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Originally Posted By ElectricSheep556:
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Cross-carriage
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Originally Posted By macpherson:
That's retarded. Squats and lunges I can see but kettle bells and dead lifts are just freaking stupid for a pregnant woman at that point.

Plus her form was awful, which seems to be par for the crossfit course.

I say this with my 9 month pregnant wife sleeping across the room.

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You think that pregnant crossfit chick actually considered the welfare of the baby? Narcissism is the top trait of cultfitters everywhere.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 5:50:59 AM EST
Not surprised. Crossfit is a cult
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I hate her accent, but she's pretty hot.

Crossfit chics are nuts.

On a real note, as long as she's been at that level of activity her entire pregnancy, she should be gtg. It won't hurt her or her baby.

I would appreciate it if more gravid females stayed active and didn't gain 100#, at the point when I'm putting in their labor epidurals.
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 6:03:32 AM EST
I've got three kids. In all three instances the OBGYN told my wives (2) both exes so can't post pics. That they could keep up the normal fitness routine they had already done. Which meant they could keep doing it at the level they were already at but not to start doing something hey hadn't been in shape for.

If this woman was doing crossfit before and was in great shape the doctor would have allowed her to continue unless complications arose.

In good shape = keep it up
In bad shape = don't start running marathons or crossfit just cause you got pregnant.

Ymmv...
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Originally Posted By ElectricSheep556:
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I wouldn't want my wife carrying our kid doing it.
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Originally Posted By abtex1:
Seriously risking the child's health. Not smart at all.

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this
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That's stupid.
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She has a fat ass
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She has a fat ass
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Dude ...

She's friggin' 9 months pregnant.

Link Posted: 10/2/2014 2:56:29 PM EST
I'm not comfortable with that.

Then again, I was pretty much only comfortable with DQ Blizzards when I was pregnant so I probably shouldn't even comment.
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"beasting"
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Would creampie, What's the worst that could happen?
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She's going to shit that kid out right on the gym floor.
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Originally Posted By macpherson:
That's retarded. Squats and lunges I can see but kettle bells and dead lifts are just freaking stupid for a pregnant woman at that point.

Plus her form was awful, which seems to be par for the crossfit course.

I say this with my 9 month pregnant wife sleeping across the room.

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Um no.

If a woman has already adapted to weightlifting they can continue throughout the pregnancy.

-no new records
-dial back intensity
-no jumping after 2nd trimester IIRC
-Don't squat as deep as usual

That's about it. Not a thing wrong with kettlebells or deadlifts (why on earth would squats be ok but kettlebells not??? )

Oh and her form isn't perfect, but there's nothing dangerous about it.
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Originally Posted By ElectricSheep556:
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Yeah you're wrong (crossfit and working out in general are good for pregnancies, with the above caveats)
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 2:59:37 PM EST
I so wanted her to kettle bell the emo blonde in the gunt.
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Not sure I would be happy about that level of physical activity that close to the anticipated due date if I were her husband (assuming she's married).

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I wish I was a physical therapist. Gonna get rich off those morons.
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Originally Posted By georgiagun:
I've got three kids. In all three instances the OBGYN told my wives (2) both exes so can't post pics. That they could keep up the normal fitness routine they had already done. Which meant they could keep doing it at the level they were already at but not to start doing something hey hadn't been in shape for.

If this woman was doing crossfit before and was in great shape the doctor would have allowed her to continue unless complications arose.

In good shape = keep it up
In bad shape = don't start running marathons or crossfit just cause you got pregnant.

Ymmv...
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Exactly. Most doctors agree with this, of course it's not as exciting as OMFGWTFBBQ A PREGNANT CHICK IS GOING TO KILL HER BABY FROM CROSSFIT
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avast gives me an malware warning on that page
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brb doin' Crossfit


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Originally Posted By Justa_TXguy:
A co-worker of mine ran a marathon (26.2 miles) while preggers. Not nine months though. Just a couple months with a small bump.

Baby is fine.
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Some women do fine. Others, not so much. I know a lady who partially detached her placenta by... vacuuming.

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No. Nononononono.
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I thought all crossfit threads had to be started in the pit.

Since it's the closest thing we have to a humor forum...
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Some women do fine. Others, not so much. I know a lady who partially detached her placenta by... vacuuming.

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Originally Posted By GlutealCleft:
Originally Posted By Justa_TXguy:
A co-worker of mine ran a marathon (26.2 miles) while preggers. Not nine months though. Just a couple months with a small bump.

Baby is fine.


Some women do fine. Others, not so much. I know a lady who partially detached her placenta by... vacuuming.




My sister was helping her husband move furniture around one night. Water broke a couple hours later and baby was born a little over a month early.

Could have happened anyway but all I know is my mom was on the phone with her while she was talking about moving the furniture and told her not to do it. You can imagine the conversation they had a few hours later.
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I'm no prude but, fuck that guy.
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My sister was helping her husband move furniture around one night. Water broke a couple hours later and baby was born a little over a month early.

Could have happened anyway but all I know is my mom was on the phone with her while she was talking about moving the furniture and told her not to do it. You can imagine the conversation they had a few hours later.
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Originally Posted By GlutealCleft:
Originally Posted By Justa_TXguy:
A co-worker of mine ran a marathon (26.2 miles) while preggers. Not nine months though. Just a couple months with a small bump.

Baby is fine.


Some women do fine. Others, not so much. I know a lady who partially detached her placenta by... vacuuming.




My sister was helping her husband move furniture around one night. Water broke a couple hours later and baby was born a little over a month early.

Could have happened anyway but all I know is my mom was on the phone with her while she was talking about moving the furniture and told her not to do it. You can imagine the conversation they had a few hours later.



That's why you don't do anything NEW
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