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We know how difficult it can be to even think about exercise during that first trimester, but once you stop feeling like hell and start regaining some of your energy (it was around the four month mark for me), you'll want to make sure you keep moving. Working out is good for you, it's good for your baby, and if you keep a good exercise regime going now, it won't be that bad to jump back in the saddle once the baby has finally made his or her appearance. Thankfully we have some friends in fit places who think the same way, so we thought it’d be fun to pair them up this week for a giveaway.

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The brand new fitness maternity line FitBump (they just launched this week!) is giving away one of their Thalia cap sleeve tops in either grey or orange to give that belly the room it needs to grow. And sometimes even when your doctor clears you for exercise, we know that leaving the house can feel like a workout in itself, so, we’re giving away the post-natal DVD From Knocked-Up to Knock Out which shows women how to lose that pesky baby weight with safe and effective pilates-inspired workouts.

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