Returning to running postpartum checklist You’ve been cleared by your doc to return to exercise at your 6 week check up and you ‘re ready to lace up your running shoes and hit the pavement.. Before you do that, read on! Here at TLM we encourage our clients to wait at least 12 weeks, but […]
Have you heard about abdominal “coning or doming” during pregnancy and want to know more? Here’s some info that will help you address when it is happening, figure out different strategies or modify & build abdominal strength safely.
As a parent, your days are full of routines that require repetitive motion. Think of changing diapers, strategically placing strollers in and out of cars, holding your little one so they are in that perfect position to fall asleep. All potentially causing your shoulders to ache at the end of the or lead to injury or deficiencies in posture.
Reintroducing exercise after having a baby can be confusing and scary. You’re wondering what’s safe and how it will make you feel. We have a very simple workout that will be appropriate for almost everyone for your first session back at the gym.
If you’ve never been pregnant before, it can be hard to imagine how you’ll feel in the third trimester. It can be even harder to imagine how that big belly will affect your workouts.
Repetitive care-taking tasks can take its toll on the joints. These are our favorite stretches for new mothers who do a lot of sitting, feeding and cuddling.
Workout Type: Prenatal
Workout Type: Postpartum