Numerous attempts have been made to improve women's physical activity participation during pregnancy, but activity levels remain low.
To examine systematically the associations of physical activity participation during pregnancy with non‐modifiable correlates (not subject to change) and modifiable theoretical correlates of physical activity.
This systematic review followed...
Physical activity during pregnancy has significant health benefits for mother and baby that extend beyond the perinatal period. However, the majority of women do not achieve recommended levels of physical activity in either time or intensity. Physical activity tends to decrease even further as pregnancy progresses. Pregnant women have frequent contact with health care providers and may be motivated...
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