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Training & Your Menstrual Cycle

Training & Your Menstrual Cycle

Most women can see their mood fluctuation around the menstrual cycle, but did you know that training (and eating) around your menstrual cycle could actually help you to achieve fitness and weight loss results quicker?   Understanding your menstrual cycle can help...

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How to push the pram

How to push the pram

Many mums use walking with a pram as a way to get moving and to be active post-birth which is great. But how do you push your pram can matter more than you think. Bad technique can cause more aches and pains in your back, wrists and neck/shoulders. A good technique...

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Pregnant after prolapse – forth trimester

Pregnant after prolapse – forth trimester

This experience has been so different compared to my first birth and first few months after. This birth was very quick. I wasn’t prepared for that at all. With my son (my first child), contractions were gentle at the beginning and got stronger with time. But this time...

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Pregnant after prolapse – third trimester

Pregnant after prolapse – third trimester

During this trimester, my training has changed the most. I dropped the weights and I also reduced the days I trained, especially later in the trimester. This was a combination of lack of energy and being busy. So through most of my pregnancy I trained four days a week...

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Pelvic Girdle Pain – guest blog

Pelvic Girdle Pain – guest blog

What is Pelvic Girdle Pain? (PGP) PGP is the medical name given to pre and post-natal pain in and or around the low back, pelvic joints (Sacro -iliac at the back and pubic symphysis at the front) side pelvis, side hip area, front groin and inner thigh. It can be...

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