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April 2018 Archives

Don’t Let The Fear Of Failure Paralyze You

Sometimes I’ve gotten so caught up in having the perfect diet and workout routine that I end up getting overwhelmed and doing nothing at all. Have you ever felt this way? I think we all have at least a time or two. The truth is, it’s not the perfect workout program that will make a long term difference, but rather the consistent, small habits that make the biggest difference long…Read More

How To Improve Diastasis Recti and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Are you experiencing any of these symptoms associated with Diastasis Recti and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction? Urinary Incontinence (leaking urine with coughing, sneezing, jumping, exercise)  Pelvic Organ Prolapse  (vaginal heaviness, bulging)  Back Pain  Balance and Posture Concerns  Chest Pain  Recent Delivery (0-6 weeks)  Diastasis Recti (gap between your abdominals)  Bulging Tummy Click HERE to get the support you need! A recent study indicated that 32.6% of women had Diastasis Recti 12 months after delivery. Women…Read More

Common Changes and Symptoms During The First Trimester of Pregnancy

Your body is going to see a lot of changes as you go into the 1st trimester. It’s important to begin listening to your body and being in tune with your body’s changes. Exercise and nutrition can play a really important role in how you feel and can help you manage some of the negative side effects of pregnancy. Common changes and symptoms you may experience in the 1st trimester…Read More

The Modern Mom’s Guide To Pregnancy and Recovery

Why I Wanted To Write This Program Every day women reach out to me during various stages of their pregnancy. Most women feel frustrated because there aren’t many resources available to expecting moms that show the REAL side of pregnancy while giving proper guidance on exercise and nutrition. I began sharing my own stories during pregnancy about how I felt frustrated with myself because I couldn’t exercise at the same intensity…Read More

What Is Diastasis Recti?

I want to talk about something called diastasis recti, which is a totally crazy sounding word, I know. It’s something that a lot of women experience, especially post pregnancy, and nobody really talks about it. Diastasis simply means separation, and recti is referring to the rectus abdominis muscles that are in your abdominal cavity. Those muscles are held together by the linea alba.  After pregnancy often times those muscles will…Read More