So you've had a baby. Maybe it was six weeks ago, six months ago, or perhaps it was even six years ago, and now you want to know if it's okay to start running. Maybe you've already tried to run and felt great, or perhaps it didn't feel the same as before. Let us help point you in the right direction.
Exercises that involve getting up off of the floor are collectively referred to as “ground to standing” movement patterns. Whenever we do a burpee or stand up from a downward facing dog, we are moving through this pattern.
For pregnant and breastfeeding moms, drinking water is more important than most of us realize. Did you know that a higher body temperature can slow down your circulation, thus decreasing the amount of nutrients your baby receives?
Postpartum Pain Syndrome. Yep, it's a thing and it has nothing to do with your pelvic area! Commonly misdiagnosed as fibromyalgia, Postpartum Pain Syndrome is a musculoskeletal complaint of new moms of neck, shoulder and back pain.
Core9 Birth Recovery is a program designed to assist a new mom during the first 9 weeks of motherhood through fitness, nutrition and community support. Read about the experiences other moms have had with the Core9 Program and how it helped them.
Motherhood is an exciting chapter. There are so many aspects that are pleasant, but it is normal to be anxious and stressed during this journey. Left unhandled, that stress can manifest itself into toxic habits.