Women’s Physical Exercise Series

Laila Fathi Al Kilani Ahmad Ibrahim Al Tayeh Hashem Adnan Al Kilani

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Physical exercises tailored for women, both on land and in water, serve as a cornerstone for maintaining a healthy body, mind, and spirit. These activities are not only a proactive approach to women’s health but also an essential preparation for a healthy pregnancy and the nurturing of a healthy future generation. The wellness of a nation’s citizens, rooted significantly in women’s health before, during, and after pregnancy, is pivotal. It ensures the birth of robust, healthy children poised to become the foundational pillars of society and bolster the national economy.

The progression of fetal development is intricately linked to physiological adjustments in the woman’s body, necessitating movement that enhances both maternal and fetal health and strength without risking harm. In this context, a series of exercises and a comprehensive training program are presented. This program includes guidance beneficial to faculty members, students of physical sciences, fitness trainers, and women throughout the nine months of pregnancy and the postpartum period. It is supplemented with illustrations showcasing correct practice techniques alongside cautions against improper exercise movements.

Dr.. Laila Fathi Zaid Al Kilani

Associate Professor at the College of Sports and Physical Activity Sciences, Princess Noura bint Abdul Rahman University.

• She holds the British Fellowship in Learning and Teaching (FHEA).

• She holds a doctorate in biomechanics and a master’s degree in sports training physiology.

• Co-author of the book Sensorimotor Integration: Training.

• Head of the Fitness Committee in the “Noura Health” program at Princess Noura bint Abdul Rahman University.

• Secretary General of the Arab Society for Biomechanics in Sports.

• A licensed paramedic from the American Heart Association (AHA).

• Certified trainer in making training bags using the IMAS matrix from the Canadian Global Center (CGC).

• Former member of the Youth Leadership Center for Water Rescue Certification, Supreme Council for Sports/Ministry of Youth and Sports, Amman, Jordan.

Dr.. Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Tayeh

He previously worked as an assistant professor in the Department of Special Education at Qassim University, King Abdul Aziz University, and Imam Muhammad bin Saud University.
• Designer motor training programs to support people with disabilities with individual plans in private and community centres.
• Lead author of the book Sensorimotor Integration, Mental Programming through Physical Training.
• A modified sports coach and former self-defense and kickboxing player, 4th dan black belt.
• A distinguished member of self-defense and kickboxing sports.
• Provided a set of special individual training programs to raise the motor skills of beginners.
* Designer of a group of movement exercises for the blind.
• Creator of Al-Rashed Tracks 1, 2, and 3, sports and protection for the blind.
• Designer of physical training bags for people of determination.
• Participated in international research and conferences in Canada, the Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan and Saudi Arabia.

a. Dr.. Hashem Al-Kilani

a. Dr.. Hashem Adnan Al-Kilani

President of the Arab Society of Biomechanics in Riyadh

Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Sports Sciences at the University of Jordan.

Professor of Biomechanics and Kinesiology at the Faculty of Sports Sciences at the University of Jordan.

Head of the Department of Health and Recreation at the Faculty of Sports Sciences at the University of Jordan.

And technical director of the Athletics Federation. Member of the Scientific Committee for Higher Preparation Programs of the Olympic Committee,

Member of the American Association for Physical Education and Recreation (APHERD).

He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine (ISBS), and a member of the International Society for Sports Biomechanics (ACSM).

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