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This Fit Mom Doesn't Let Her Final Week of Pregnancy Keep Her From CrossFit

Some people let the tiniest things, like rain or no fresh socks, get in the way of their workouts - others won't even let major life changes, such as growing a human inside them, derail their exercise regimen. For Dr. Anna Hulda Ólafsdóttir, weightlifter and competitive CrossFit athlete, that means continuing her high-intensity workouts up into her 39th week of pregnancy! The Icelandic fitness influencer and assistant university professor has used Instagram to document the CrossFit workouts that she's modified throughout her second pregnancy, performing everything from burpees and kettlebell swings to deadlifts and pull-ups while rocking a growing baby belly.
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