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How much is too much exercise when you're pregnant?

Former bodybuilder Lea-Ann Ellison lifts at a CrossFit gym in Los Angeles this week. Her baby is due in about two weeks. "I have been CrossFitting for 2½ years," Ellison posted on CrossFit's Facebook page, "and ... strongly believe that pregnancy is not an illness, but a time to relish in your body's capabilities to kick ass."The photo of the 35-year-old former bodybuilder from California prompted a slew of comments -- both positive and negative."This is shocking and not in a good way. Lifting heavy things during pregnancy is dangerous to you and your baby," Natalie Rose wrote."Why would you risk hurting your baby just to stay in shape?" Stephanie

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20 Sep
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