Fitness



Pre & Postnatal

7 Ways to Modify Movement during Pregnancy

Pregnancy Exercise
Exercise during pregnancy has numerous benefits for mom and baby. It can help you navigate three trimesters with strength and comfort, while also helping you prepare for the demands of labor and motherhood. ACOG recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise per week, as well as strength training as a recommended form of exercise too. Exercise during pregnancy...
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Pre & Postnatal

Questions to Ask a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy changed my life. After my first son was born I felt overwhelmed by how to return to fitness, keep up with my son, and heal my Diastasis Recti. Prior to getting pregnant I had never heard of Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy, nor was it recommended to me. Luckily, I self referred after things felt just a...
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Pre & Postnatal

Returning to Running Strength Tests

Return to Running
When can I return to running after a baby? Running can be so therapeutic, freeing, and easily accessible after having a baby. But, running can be a very physically demanding form of cardio. Quite honestly, we need strength before we hit the open road. After pregnancy the pelvic floor is still recovering from delivery and being pregnant in general. With...
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