Just listen to your body, and ease back into things…many mamas are given this advice after their 6 week postpartum check-up. While this recommendation is well intended, it is far from helpful. Here’s why: It’s vague and waaaayyy too general
Have you ever noticed yourself holding your breath when you’re working out? Or while trying to lift/hold something heavy? What if I told you that your breath holding strategy was preventing your pelvic floor from supporting your body most fully?
When Can I Get Back to Running After Having My Baby? This is probably the number one question I get asked by my mother runners. While many are looking for the answer of, “at X days/weeks postpartum”…which I totally understand
“Lemme pee real quick!” ???????? Ladies: STOP ? DROP your ?fully on the seat, and let that stream ?ROLL on its own. HOVERING and/or PUSHING Isn’t doing you any favors. And by you, I mean your bladder AND your pelvic
“I thought I was the only one…” “Nobody tells you this stuff…” “Why is there so much preparation for pregnancy and delivery, but nothing afterwards?” “Why doesn’t anyone talk about how hard postpartum is, especially those first few months?” “I
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