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2. Exercising Through Your Pregnancy
By James F. Clapp III, M.D.
This is a good book which describes the things that happen to your body while you're pregnant and explains the effects that exercise will have on you and your baby. If you're looking for recommended exercises that fit your style, you'll find them here.
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3. Fit & Pregnant: The Pregnant Guide to Exercise
By Joan Marie Butler/Paperback/1995
Here's another good book to help you understand the changes your body will go through. It also explains how you can continue to exercise safely throughout your pregnancy.
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4. Maternal Fitness: Preparing for the Marathon of Labor
By Judy Tupler, Andrea Thompson (Contributor)/Fireside/1996
This is a good book to help prepare your muscles for labor. It is full of exercises and routines to help you get ready for the big day.
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5. Positive Pregnancy Fitness: A Guide to a More Comfortable Pregnancy and Easier Birth through Exercise and Relaxation
By Sylvia Klein Olkin/Paperback/1988
This book combines yoga with nutrition and stress management for a more sensible approach to exercise. It also provides illustrations describing the exercise.
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6. Primetime Pregnancy: The Proven Program for Staying In Shape Before and After Your Baby Is Born
By Kathy Kaehler (Contributor) and Cynthia Tivers
This is a great book written by a celebrity fitness trainer. It offers an effective fitness program to help your body through the changes that come with having a baby.
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For Dads/Partners

1. A Guy's Guide to Pregnancy: Preparing for Parenthood Together
By Frank Mungeam and John Gray
This is an entertaining and informative book which is full of tips and facts for the dad-to-be.
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2. Pregnant Fathers: Entering Parenthood Together
By Jack Heinowitz/Parents as Partners Press/1994
This is a great pregnancy guide for fathers-to-be. It's filled with facts and information.
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3. The Expectant Father: Facts, Tips and Advice for Dads-to-Be
By Armin A. Brott and Jennifer Ash
This book is easy to read and understand. It's a great resource for fathers-to-be, helping them to feel involved.
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