‘DWTS’ Fans Criticize Peta Murgatroyd’s Active Lifestyle During Second Pregnancy
Dancing With the Stars professional Peta Murgatroyd recently was criticized for her activity level. Although the dancer loves to stay active, fans are worried that Murgatroyd’s dancing and weight lifting may be too much for someone who’s expecting.
Peta Murgatroyd Bares Baby Bump in a Dance Video
Murgatroyd and Chmerkovskiy are two of the most well-known names in the world of ballroom dancing, and their recent performance has captured the hearts of audiences everywhere. The couple recently shared their latest dance routine, that showcased Murgatroyd’s growing baby bump.
The couple posted their dance online and DWTS fans loved it, until they didn’t. As fans eagerly await the child’s arrival, they’ve shown their love for the couple in the comments. Many noted that the parents’ love for one another shines through their performance.
The couple, who married in July 2017, first welcomed their son, Shai Aleksander, in January of the following year. Now, the couple is excitedly anticipating the arrival of their second child, and they’re making sure that their dancing continues to reflect their excitement for the new addition to their family.
Fans Think Her Activity is Unsafe For The Baby
Murgatroyd has notably been very active while being pregnant with her and Chmerkovskiy’s second child. Apart from her jive dance video, she also recently posted a video of her gym routine, which was highly criticized. In the video, She is seen performing various exercises, including weightlifting and cardio workouts, all while noticeably while pregnant.
However, not all of her followers were happy to see her workout routine. Some fans criticized Murgatroyd for not taking proper precautions during her exercise routine.
“Isn’t this a lot for a pregnant mama?” a fan wrote.
“Don’t you think a lighter workout would do? Please be careful and do not do too much,” another fan wrote.
A heated debate sparked among fans and followers, with many jumping in to defend Peta and her choices. Those who came to Peta’s defense pointed out that every pregnancy is unique and what works for one individual may not work for another. They also highlighted the benefits of exercise during pregnancy, including improved mood, reduced stress and anxiety, and a lower risk of gestational diabetes and pre-eclampsia.