The Pregnant Athlete

Learning To Embrace My Changing Pregnant Body While Swimming, Biking, Running & Practicing Yoga


5K: 23:05 (NYRR Washington Heights Salsa, Blues, and Shamrocks 5K, 3/1/15)

4M: 29:01 (Fitness Games Women, 9/15/12)

10K: 46:30 (Scotland Run 10K, 4/4/15)

Half Marathon: 1:43:10 (Airbnb Brooklyn Half Marathon, 5/1/15)

Marathon: 3:41:41 (Tunnel Light Marathon, 9/13/15)

50 Mile Ultramarathon: 10:44:14 (JFK 50 Mile, 11/17/12)

Sprint Triathlon: 1:14:14 (Staten Island Sprint, 8/12/13)

Olympic Triathlon: 3:06:45 (Park City Mossman Olympic, 8/26/12)

Half Ironman: 6:20:29 (Rev3 Williamsburg Half Ironman, 6/23/13)

Ironman: 14:03:10 (Ironman Mont Tremblant, 8/18/13)

One thought on “PRs

  1. Stephanie,

    I have had 3 pregnancies. All three began with a race. My first baby I did a half marathon. Second a full marathon. And my third baby I did an ironman. Then, with all my pregnancies, my doctor advised me to exercise less and gain weight. I gained 60 pounds with each pregnancy. I lost it every time but it took a toll on me. Weight gain is very damaging to my emotional state. I am hoping for baby #4 soon but don’t want to gain 60 lbs and don’t want to slow exercise. But I do want to be safe for my baby. I am changing doctors to hopefully get a new perspective.

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