Guide to Postpartum Running
Information and guidelines about return to activity and even more so, running, following baby is not very well represented, and often times can be misguided.
This is why we, in collaboration with Vitality Running, created a Guide to Postpartum Running e-book and Guide to Postpartum Running wellness course.
Are you unsure how to incorporate safe return to running following baby? Check out our FREE e-book to get you started today and start your return to running journey in a safe and healthy way.
Want more? Check out our full course here. The goal of the course is to guide mamas through the first 16 weeks of their postpartum transition with a safe return to activity and fitness routine. Also provided in this course is education on topics including diaphragmatic breathing, core and pelvic floor health, nutrition, baby wearing, and yellow or red flags to watch out for as you start to add in higher levels of activity.
Menopause is merely a moment in time when you have gone 12 months without a full cycle. (Pre)menopause is the transition leading up to that moment and can last for 5-10 years. This is the time when we should be learning about our bodies, how our shifting hormones are impacting our daily life and what we can do promote a safe and healthy passage into the next stage of our lives. Hot flashes are not the only tell tale sign that something is changing. Sleep disruption, diffuse joint and muscle pain, menstrual cycle irregularities, increased anxiety, bowel, bladder and even skin changes are symptoms that we should begin to notice and to listen to.
This is why we created an 8-week wellness series that focuses on education and movement around the menopause transition. Check out the full-course here.
Want to learn more about the menopause transition?
Check out our blog post on the Magic of Menopause.