Hi, I'm Juliet Kaska, and this is how to tone your thighs, legs and arms while pregnant. While pregnant you might not feel like working out, but it's a great idea. Make sure that you do check with your doctor before starting your exercise program when you're pregnant. But when you strengthen your legs and your arms and your thighs, you'll actually be helping to increase your circulation in your body, and releasing endorphins that will make you feel great. So when you're pregnant, it's advised that you sit down while doing your weight training. Although this move, which is a bicep curl into a shoulder press, can be done from standing position as well. I'm sitting on a Swiss ball, which is also called a stability ball, but you can use a chair, especially when you get further along into your third trimester, you might want to use a chair because it has more stability in it. So, you're gonna sit with your feet about hip-width apart. The closer you bring the legs, the actual less balance you have, and the wider you go, the more stability you'll have. Sit up nice and tall, bring your weights down to the side, lift your chest, and on the exhale, bring the weights up towards your shoulders, rotate, and then press them up and overhead, bringing them down through 90 degrees at the shoulder, turn them in and slowly release back to the start position. Make sure on the way down you're working against the resistance of gravity, and not just letting the weights collapse down to your side. So again, we're gonna use our Swiss ball, this time we're gonna work our thighs. Put the ball against the wall, ball against wall, bring your feet out a few feet from the wall, and they should be hip-width apart, and place the ball into the small of your back so it's fully supported. Put your hands on your hips, and then lower straight down. Think about putting the spine directly down towards the ground, and come down no further than your thighs are parallel with the ground, or hips aligned with knee, and then your knee should be roughly over the ankle, or tracking slightly in front of it, but not past the toes. And we can do a couple things here, we can hold, try to time yourself to build a little strength, or you can come up and come down for a certain amount of repetitions, maybe 10 building up to 20. And the balls great to do this because our squats are supported, as opposed to without the ball we're doing it in the middle of the room, which would put a little more pressure on our backs. Not a bad thing, but just not ideal when you're pregnant.