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March 10, 1989 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-10

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"I know from the research,"
says Perna, "there's little
chance that exercising is go-
ing to keep you fit. It's more
mental and hopefully keeping
some toneness."
Ockerman was not physic-
ally able to work out during
her first pregnancy. She work-
ed out during her second
pregnancy, which "was more
or less a breeze, comparative-
ly speaking . .
"I don't necessarily think
(exercise) helps the labor any.
I do think though, because of
your strength that you've
developed and your body con-
trol that you develop through
exercise and muscle control,
you're much more in control
during labor, as far as being
able to breathe properly and
being able to relax . . . I came
back to teaching six weeks to
the day after I had my baby!"
Ockerman notes that most
women who work out want to
keep some degree of condi-
tioning during pregnancy.
"Most of them want to stay in
shape and don't want to gain
a lot of weight?'
Like Perna, Ockerman says
pregnant women get an emo-
tional boost by working out.
"The more pregnant you are
the more awful you feel as far
as looking at yourself in the
mirror. And knowing that
you're staying within your
weight range or your physi-
cian's weight range is
definitely going to make you
feel better and that's more
important than what anyone
else feels!"
Spisak says women who
work out during pregnancy
"return to shape, quicker
after (the birth). It's a real
mental thing, too. You really
feel better. It increases the
concentration. You're not go-
ing to gain any physical
fitness . . . but you're going to
keep it up. If you're going to
do it before (pregnancy) you
don't have to stop; you can
keep exercising. It's probably
not a great time to start. If
you've never excercised in
your life you shouldn't go in-
to a pre-natal program!"
For women who want to
begin exercising during
pregnancy, "We have some
beginning classes or water
classes," says Ockerman,
"that I would suggest them to
be in if they were bent on it
and their doctors gave them
the O.K."
At the Jewish Center, the
post-natal classeS are for
babies as well as mothers.
The mothers do 15 minutes of
work on their own, with the
babies sitting on the sideline.
Moms and babies then do ex-
ercises together, sing songs
and again conclude with a
discussion. Women usually

join three to four weeks after
giving birth and can remain
until their babies begin to
crawl. The newer moms and
babies do a lighter workout.
Ockerman recommends
water classes for many of her
post-natal clients. She says
that most women who work
out during pregnancy return
post-partum. "Lots of them
are back right away. As soon
as their doctors give them the
O.K. they're back in class
again!'
Their post-natal fitness
motivations, says Ockerman,
are similar to the pre-natal
motivations: "For your own
self and well-being. It makes
you feel better as a person to
get rid of those big clothes!' ❑

I ROUND UP I

Honey Berris -
Season Ends

The Wolverines captured
the Honey Berris Basketball
League regular-season title
with a 69-57 win over fourth-
place What's Up Doc on Feb.
22 at the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center. Mead
Palmer led the champions
with 25 points. The
Wolverines and Supreme
Court both finished 5-1, but
the Wolverines won the title
because they beat Supreme
Court Feb. 15. Supreme Court
finished with a 77-32 win over
Pod Squad. Michael Hart
tallied 23 points for Supreme
Court.
The Pistons ended their
season with a forfeit win over
the third-place Bulls. The top
four teams earned playoff
spots.

AZA Basketball

The L/A Matzo Balls took
over first place in the
Michigan Division by edging
Herzl 48-47 at the Orchard
Ridge Oakland Community
College Feb. 26. The winners,
who hit the final shot at the
buzzer, were led by Tare
Wigod's 20 points and J.J.
Modell's 10. Josh Polsky pac-
ed Herzl with 18 points.
In earlier action, Akiba
downed the Kishon Mustangs
85-18. Marc Nakisher had 35
points and Brian Schwartz 16
for the winners. Phil Siegel
tallied eight points for the
Mustangs.
Samson won its first game,
28-23, over Jolson. Steve
Beale scored eight points and
Kenny Sachs six for Samson.
Dan Stein led Jolson with 12.
On March 5, Herzl beat the
Rose Rebels, 60-14, while
Akiba downed the Rose
Generals, 40-32.
This Sunday at OCC,

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