Glasgow, MT – In this month’s episode of JulieG Radio, champion shooter, author, veteran, hunter and expecting mom Julie Golob tackles the tough question should I shoot while I am pregnant?
Going beyond just the short answer, to discuss the issue with your physician and partner, Julie delves deep into the subject and lists resources that are helpful for pregnant women. She offers valuable information on three primary concerns for expecting moms who shoot.
Sharing her own experiences on the topic, Julie also discusses the specific dangers of lead exposure for adults, children, pregnant women and unborn babies. She addresses the symptoms as well as ways to reduce the risk of lead poisoning.
Julie also discusses other concerns that include the dangers of noise toxicity and contaminant exposure specific to pregnant women and developing babies. For those who continue to shoot while pregnant Julie provides ways to limit exposure to lead, noise and other harmful contaminants.
About Julie Golob and JulieG Radio:
Julie Golob is one of the most accomplished professional shooters in the world and captain of Team Smith & Wesson. Over her 20-year shooting career, she has won more than 120 championship titles in international, national and regional marksmanship competitions in seven different shooting disciplines. A veteran of the elite U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, Julie is also an author and her first book, SHOOT, was published in February of 2012 and is available in print and ebook from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iTunes. Julie also offers information, tips and insight on shooting and competition through her monthly podcast JulieG Radio. Follow Julie on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube,
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