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Background and aim: The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the relationship between physical activity before and during pregnancy and identifying the most important period predictor of physical activity during pregnancy. Materials andMethods: 137 pregnant women participated voluntarily in the study. Information about exercise during eight and one year before pregnancy and during first, second and third trimesters of pregnancy were recorded through interview. Findings were analyzed using Pearson correlation and linear regression methods. Significant level was set at p≤0.05. Results: Results indicated a significant positive correlation between exercise during all periods before pregnancy and during pregnancy (p=0.001). Moreover, one year before pregnancy was stronger predictor of exercise during pregnancy. Conclusion: In order to motivating women to participate in exercise during pregnancy, performing of exercise specially one year before pregnancy, is recommended.
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