Lara Trump is nine months pregnant, but that does not prevent the expectant mother from sweating with her personal trainer.
The 36-year-old fitness enthusiast, who is due to give birth to her second child in August, is shown a full-body workout in the video that her trainer Michael Maloney shared on Instagram on Tuesday morning.
& # 39; Baby training with my client @laraleatrump. Lara is 36 weeks pregnant! She looks skinny and feels great, & he captured the images.
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Staying fit: Lara Trump, 35, worked Tuesday with her trainer Mike Maloney sweating while she was nine months pregnant
Buff mom: in a video of her training she does a series of squats with one leg on a stool while simultaneously doing cable rows to work her arms
In the clip, Lara can be seen doing a series of squats with a leg resting on a stool, while at the same time doing cable rows to work her arms
The expectant mother of two quickly jumps back and forth to alternate her legs on the stool, and despite the fact that she is heavily pregnant, she seems to be bursting with energy.
You can hardly even see that she is pregnant. She is dressed in a baggy black tank that fits loosely over her baby bump and a pair of gray capri leggings.
Her long blond hair is pulled into a messy bun and she is fully focused as she performs the debilitating practice combination.
Lara also shared the video on her own Instagram page and wrote: & # 39; This baby loves @ teammaloney training! & # 39;
Proud trainer: & # 39; Lara is 36 weeks pregnant! She looks skinny and feels great, & # 39; her trainer wrote the images
After her early morning training, Lara took her 22-month-old son Luke to the park for his nursery school.
The proud mother went to Instagram Stories to post videos of her little boy kicking colorful cones while she encouraged him.
& # 39; Come on, kick Luke! & # 39; she says. Yay, well done!
& # 39; I killed it on football this morning, & # 39; she wrote with the first video, but she might have spoken too quickly.
In the second clip, Luke decides to pick up the cones instead of kicking them.
Kill it: after early morning training, she took her son Luke to his nursery school where he practiced pedaling over colorful cones
Almost there: Lara (shown this month on Fox and Friends) has to give birth to her second child, a baby boy, in August
& # 39; Don't you want to kick it? We would kick & # 39 ;, she tells him, but give up quickly. & # 39; Oh, we're going to build, okay. & # 39;
Lara has been active during her pregnancy and it seems that she has no plans to delay.
She was four months pregnant when she participated in the Los Olas Triathlon in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in April.
The fitness enthusiast also completed the Fort Lauderdale half marathon in February, at which time she would have been about three months pregnant.
Lara has managed to conceal her pregnancy until well into her second trimester; she and her husband Eric did not announce that she expected this until she was together for five months.
Don't stop her! The news of Lara & # 39; s second pregnancy came just a month after she took part in a Florida triathlon in April. She was then four months pregnant
Determined: Lara is no stranger to maintaining her fitness regime during pregnancy because she was trained when she was nearly nine months pregnant with Luke in August 2017
If her previous pregnancy is any indication, she will train until she gives birth, just like she did with Luke a few years ago.
In 2017, she spoke with DailyMail.com and admitted she & # 39; worry & # 39; made the prospect of not being able to train during pregnancy.
& # 39; I was always a little worried because I had heard different things from different people about their pregnancies. Some people have to stay in bed for months, & she said. & # 39; You never know what you will get.
& # 39; I knew I had to train for common sense, and I try to make it a daily habit if I can, so I am very happy to be able to do that while I was pregnant. & # 39;
She also said then that she heard exercise while pregnancy could facilitate childbirth & # 39; and the recovery time after delivery is shorter.
Lara & # 39; s second child is expected to arrive sometime in August, just a few weeks before her eldest son Luke turns two years old.
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