Despite being in the 37th week of pregnancy, the mother persisted in her pole dance routine.

Despite being in the 37th week of pregnancy, the mother persisted in her pole dance routine.

A mother who continued dancing in the air and on the pole until week 37 of her pregnancy сɩаіmed that the rigorous training helped ргeⱱeпt any “morning ѕісkпeѕѕ or fаtіɡᴜe.”

Professional dancer Jade, who feагed she would be infertile after her ѕtгісt exercise regimen stopped her periods at 15, continued pole dancing until 37 weeks pregnant, but significantly scaled back her training after 17 weeks.

Then, on August 1st, Jade and her 34-year-old partner Nathan welcomed a healthy baby boy, Maddox, weighing 6 pounds and 8 ounces.

Fitness enthusiast Jade Flash, pictured, who continued dancing in the air and on the pole until week 37 of her pregnancy, сɩаіmed that the toᴜɡһ training helped ргeⱱeпt any “morning ѕісkпeѕѕ or fаtіɡᴜe.”

 

 

Jade, photographed with her partner Nathan, both from Birmingham, continued pole dancing until week 37 of her pregnancy, but significantly scaled back her training after 17 weeks.

After getting the green light from doctors, Jade continued training as an aerial and pole dancer after becoming pregnant, but only for one day instead of the usual 45 hours per week.

She said: “Because I’m so fit and healthy, the doctor said my body would be worse off if I stopped completely.

“I was very lucky because I didn’t have any morning sickness or fatigue, and I credit exercise for that. I continued performing until 17 weeks, but made sure not to do anything that could harm the baby.

 

 

“I was very careful with any silk wraps around my belly and avoided anything on the pole that would press against my stomach. If something didn’t feel right, I would stop immediately.”

Jade continues her aerial and pole dancing during her pregnancy. Other impressive images, seen above, show Jade using her strength to hold a side split position.

 

 

On August 1st, Jade and her 34-year-old partner Nathan welcomed a healthy baby boy, Maddox, weighing 6 pounds and 8 ounces, with a photo together.

Before Maddox, Jade thought she was infertile because she hadn’t ovulated for the past 12 years, but she got her period back while on vacation with her partner.

Doctors told her that her only chance of getting pregnant would be through IVF, as her menstrual cycle stopped when she was just 15 years old.

After getting the green light from doctors, Jade (accompanied by her partner and son) continued training as an aerial and pole dancer, but only for one day and instead of 45 hours per week.

Jade, in the photo, said: “Because I’m fit and healthy, the doctor said my body would be worse off if I stopped completely.”

 

 

Photographed during her dance training while pregnant, Jade gave birth naturally to Maddox, weighing 6 pounds and 8 ounces.

But after taking a brief break from her strict dance and performance regimen, her periods returned, and Jade soon became pregnant.

Jade said, “When I was a teenager, I was underweight, so I had a lot of issues, and I was losing money because I was training too much.”

 

 

“But it was hard not to do it. I’m passionate about dance, and I’ve always tried to be the best I can be. I started my career at 16 and danced in Mexico, at private parties with celebrities, and even toured the UK with a circus.

“I was training for six hours all day and night in the evening shows; it was intense but I loved it. It wasn’t until I grew up and Nathan, who owns a business, suggested we start a family.”

 

 

.

 

 

.

 

 

.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *