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Three-time Olympic gold medalist Heather Mitts retired from soccer in 2013, then moved on to the next challenge: starting a family with husband A. Air Jordan Shoes Sale Canada .J. Feeley. A lifelong athlete, she knew she wanted to continue working out throughout her pregnancy. Its a part of who I am, she says.When she became pregnant with her son, Connor, in 2013, less than a year after the London Games, she was able to do CrossFit until she was six months along, plus Pilates, elliptical work and running until two days before delivering.With her second pregnancy, it wasnt so easy. Living in the suburbs with a toddler in tow, she looked around and found she just didnt have as many options.When I was playing soccer, it was my job, she says. It was the first thing I would do every day. But as a mom, it can fall to the bottom of your list. I needed something I could do at home.But she wanted more from her training than what she could find online. She had struggled with diastasis recti, a separation in the abs experienced by as many as two-thirds of women during pregnancy, and she knew it was crucial to focus on safe core strengthening moves.Ninety percent of women arent even aware they have it and can actually make it worse by doing the wrong exercises, she says.And so, Mitts partnered with sports physiologist and fellow University of Florida athlete Shannon Grady to develop a plan of exercises she could do throughout her pregnancy to prepare her whole body for birth and beyond. For Mitts, it paid off.?I felt amazing, even toward the end of the pregnancy. I had a lot of energy, no back pain, and I was shocked at how quick I was able to get back in shape afterwards, she says.Mitts was so inspired by the knowledge she gained that she created a series of workouts for pregnant athletes on her website, She shared four of her favorite core moves with us:Modified side plankLie on your side with knees bent at 90 degrees. Raise your hips and torso off the floor, supported by your forearm with your shoulder over your elbow. Actively engage your core, and keep your hips lifted to form a line from the top of your head to your knees. Hold for 20 to 30 seconds, aiming to build up to a minute. Lower and switch sides. Do three reps per side.Prone plank with ballStarting with your fitness ball behind you, lower your hands to the floor for support and lift the tops of your feet or shins onto the ball. Come down to a plank on your forearms and elbows. Make sure to tighten your glutes, pull in your pelvic floor and keep your back flat. Hold for 15 seconds, then slowly come off the ball.Prone plank on ball with knee tuckGet into a plank position on your forearms with the tops of your feet or shins on a ball. Raise your glutes, and draw your knees toward your belly. Keep your core engaged and back straight. Straighten knees and roll ball back to plank position. Aim for 10 to 15 reps.Side plank with leg raiseLie on your side, knees bent and upper body in a plank supported on your forearm and elbow. Keeping your core engaged, including your obliques, extend your top leg straight and lift. Lower your leg, keeping it extended, and repeat. Do 10 reps, and switch sides. If raising and lowering is too difficult, start by holding your leg at the top for 10 to 15 seconds and work up to the lifts. Cheap Jordan Shoes Canada . They were putting most of their energy into a record-setting offensive display. Jordan Shoes Canada Clearance . With the short-handed Warriors needing help from someone -- anyone -- to stop a three-game skid, ONeal returned from right knee and groin injuries that had sidelined him for four games and put up season highs with 18 points and eight rebounds. It was just enough to help lift Golden State to a 102-101 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night. . "It doesnt get any better than that," Giambi said. "Im speechless." The Indians are roaring toward October. Giambi belted a two-run, pinch-hit homer with two outs in the ninth inning to give Cleveland a shocking 5-4 win over the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night, keeping the Indians up with the lead pack in the AL wild-card race. In the first installment of ESPNs top ten drivers of 2016, we name numbers 10-610. Pascal Wehrlein Pascal Wehrleins first season in Formula One showed glimpses of the talent Mercedes saw in him when signing him to its junior programme. The undoubted highlight was a Q2 appearance and 10th-place finish in Austria, which very nearly helped Manor beat Sauber to tenth in the championship this year. It was a year with impressive performances scattered throughout, in a car which received limited development.Several blots on his record linger: he failed to convincingly out-perform Rio Haryanto in qualifying (winning their head-to-head 7-5) and then was overlooked for the Force India seat in favour of Haryantos replacement, fellow Mercedes junior Esteban Ocon. Wehrleins snub hinted at concerns over his temperament but there is no doubting his ability on a race track. He is still rated highly by Mercedes and was drafted in to test in place of Lewis Hamilton in Abu Dhabi after Toto Wolff discovered Nico Rosbergs decision to retire. 2016 was a good start for Wehrlein but he will need to build on that next season -- wherever he may be.9. Kimi RaikkonenAfter the first 10 races of the season Kimi Raikkonen was third in the championship, with only Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton ahead. After two years of underwhelming performances at Ferrari in 2014 and 2015 there were signs he was returning to form and at the Spanish Grand Prix he came within 0.6s of winning his first race since 2013. In the second half of the year his results started to slide as Ferrari became less competitive, but, if anything, his raw performances improved. Once he had signed a contract extension to remain at Ferrari in 2017, Raikkonen started to up his game and at the last ten races of the season he outqualified teammate Sebastian Vettel 8-2.Vettel scored more points over the course of the year but his performances were more erratic and he committed the cardinal sin of colliding with his teammate on the opening lap in both China and Belgium. Vettels peaks were higher but his troughs were lower, while Raikkonen offered consistency throughout the season. It wasnt Raikkonen at his very best, but it was the closest he has come since rejoining Ferrari in 2014.8. Sebastian VettelA second winless season in three years was not what Sebastian Vettel or Ferrari anticipated coming into 2016. Vettel led into Turn 1 of the opening race, which he lost due to a strategy blunder, and the season unravelled from that point on. The honeymoon period at Ferrari is well and truly over and by seasons end it was clear cracks were appearing in a relationship which had looked so good during 2015.Despite Ferraris failings he was a source of hope in the opening half of the season, finishing on the podium five times in the first nine races. Peerhaps due to the frustrations of a season spent slipping further and further from the leaders, Vettel became increasingly fraught as the year went on -- both on and off the track. Wholesale Jordans Canada. Sweary radio messages became the norm -- including his infamous Mexico rant at Max Verstappen and Charlie Whiting -- and he faced accusations of trying to do too much behind the scenes at Ferrari. He at least finished the season in good form and once again out-scored teammate Kimi Raikkonen. But, with his contract up at the end of 2017, Ferrari will need a big improvement next year to keep the German on board.7. Sergio PerezAlthough his teammate beat him in qualifying over the course of the year, Sergio Perez had the measure of Nico Hulkenberg in races. His ability to manage car and tyres through a race distance remains his strength and he exploited it on several occasions this year. What he may lack in one-lap pace, he makes up for in tenths of a second saved per lap over a race distance -- and that eventually results in points scored at the end of the season.He finished on the podium at the Monaco Grand Prix thanks to a well-timed switch to slick tyres, but his best performance came in Baku. Had it not been for a gearbox penalty he would have started the race second on the grid, but even from seventh he was able to work his way back through the field (and ahead of Hulkenberg) to finish third. At the final ten rounds he showed consistency, finishing each race in the points and bringing his total for the year to 101 -- enough to finish seventh overall, only behind the six drivers of the top three teams.6. Fernando AlonsoIt is no coincidence that the Alonso of 2016 seemed more motivated than the Alonso of 2015, with McLaren and Honda making clear steps forward from their dismal reunion campaign. The increased motivation was easy to see. Alonso rolled back the years to finish fifth with a remarkable drive in Monaco, while he also charged from the back row of the grid for top-seven finishes in Malaysia and Belgium -- the latter an especially impressive effort.The in-house battle at McLaren was a no-contest this year: Alonso winning 15-5 against Jenson Button in qualifying and outscoring his teammate by 34 points. Frustration still bubbled over on occasions -- most notably about the current generation of F1 cars -- but there is no denying that Alonsos immense talent is being wasted at present. McLarens season and the imminent rule changes next year spring hopes of a rejuvenation for Alonso but a more competitive McLaren and more enjoyable F1 car might be the only hopes of keeping the two-time world champion on the grid beyond 2017.Positions 5-1 to follow... ' ' '