Kourtney Kardashian Goes For A Jog

Kourtney Kardashian Goes For A Jog

An expectant Kourtney Kardashian was photographed going for a jog near her Calabasas home on Thursday (October 15).

The 30-year-old mom-to-be, who is expecting her first child in December with boyfriend Scott Disick, recently confirmed they are having a boy.

Known for her funky maternity style, Kourtney is set to co-design a line of clothing for Bebe with her sisters. Little sis Kim Kardashian made the announcement today on her Web site.

Kourtney, Khloe and I are designing for Bebe! This is honestly a dream come true! We have always loved fashion and have wanted to design for such a long time and now was finally are!”

Did you jog during your pregnancy?

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  1. deeb2001

    I am 23 weeks pregnant, and I didn’t run b4 I got pregnant, so I know I am definately not running now! lol I do light walks all the time, so thats my excercise (especially when I walk the dogs every morning). I don’t think I would be comfortable running with that extra weight would be weird.

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  2. Stephanie

    I did minor exercise like working my leg muscles, hips and arms. I was too afraid to jog. Afraid that I may fall on my belly. But kudos to mother who do!

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  3. c

    I ran up through 6 months of pregnancy, and I would have continued except that I was getting intense contractions during my runs. There were probably just BH contractions, but my midwife preferred that I stop, just to be on the safe side.

    I’ve known women who ran up until the day they gave birth, though that’s not very common. Intense exercise, especially high-impact exercise like running, has been proven to improve the health of the mom and babe alike. Of course that’s just not an option for some women, though — everyone has a different pregnancy experience.

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