The average woman gains between 25-35 pounds during pregnancy. While this amount is required for a healthy pregnancy, for women with eating disorders, having to gain this amount can be very frightening. Some can cope with it as a sacrifice for an important cause, but others may plunge into deep depression as they struggle with weight gain and body image issues.
How Tiffany Redefines Sexy
I'm 32 years old, a wife and stay-at-home mom to my 2-year old Presley and I'm currently teaching S Factor in Orange County. I'm almost 6 months pregnant with my second little girl.
I've been a teacher at S Factor for almost 8 years.
My doctor was supportive of my dance during pregnancy She just wanted me to stop inverting after the first trimester. I was teaching and taking class a week before I delivered.
It was difficult to invert after giving birth. My body wanted to so badly ~ but I just didn't have the abdominal strength after that much time without inverting. Luckily, with some hard work it didn't take too long to get it back.
Tiffany is redefining sexy by embracing her new curves during pregnancy. "You are creating a life! I feel sexy when I am pregnant. I love being pregnant. I think it's so amazing what our bodies are capable of."
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This is a Global Redefining Sexy video produced by S Factor to help make women feel happy about their body.