Best Women’s Health & Fitness Tips of The Week: July 11

See the best women’s health and fitness articles, blogs, and info from the past week and kick off the new week ahead with some tips to take your health up a notch. This is a weekly TOP 3 list (that’s it – who has time for more?) where you will see women’s health pro’s highlighted whom I respect and trust.…

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4-Step System For Strong Running After Pregnancy

“When can I start running again postpartum?” This is one of the most common questions I get about postpartum exercise. The most important thing to know about this topic is that you don’t simply reach a certain length of time postpartum and then magically become able to run safely again. “When can I start running…

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Best Women’s Health & Fitness Tips of The Week: July 4th

See the best women’s health and fitness articles, blogs, and info from the past week and kick off the new week ahead with some tips to take your health up a notch. This is a weekly TOP 3 list (that’s it – who has time for more?) where you will see women’s health pro’s highlighted whom I respect and trust.…

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Best Women’s Health & Fitness Tips of The Week: June 27th

See the best women’s health and fitness articles, blogs, and info from the past week and kick off the new week ahead with some tips to take your health up a notch. This is a weekly TOP 3 list (that’s it – who has time for more?) where you will see women’s health pro’s highlighted whom I respect…

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It’s Just Food: Love How You Eat

I’m so interested in how other people learn how to eat moderately. Mostly because it was a hard road for me. It has taken me years of practicing to break the ‘restrict-then-overeat-cycle’. Years to break the habit of mentally counting calories. Years to break the habit of feeling guilty over eating food I deemed bad…

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6 Simple Exercises to Ease Low Back & Pelvic Pain in Pregnancy and Postpartum

Low back pain is one of the most common concerns I see in my work as a fitness coach for prenatal and postnatal moms. The aches and pains can be from really normal occurrences of pregnancy and postpartum life, such as: • Core muscles that aren’t functioning as best as we want them to • The…

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Not The Birth I Wanted, But The Birth I Needed

10 months ago I had an emergency C-section. I didn’t want a C-section. At all. I know that will make some people angry to hear because, “a healthy mom and a healthy baby is the most important thing.” YES. It is the most important thing, but it’s not the only thing. When you talk to…

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Exercise Guidelines: How To Workout For the First Year Postpartum

This is the system I use to plan the entire first year of postpartum workouts for moms.  From my experience training hundreds of new and experienced moms, I believe these are the safest and most effective guidelines to healing the body and returning to exercise. You’ll want to read this article IF: • You’re pregnant now or…

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The Pregnant CrossFitter: What No One Is Talking About

I’m so sick of seeing this same old story and the same old commentary that follows it. Frankly, the conversation misses the mark in 99% of the comments and blogs that I see post on this topic. The latest 9-month pregnant woman who’s deadlifting 100-200lbs, is doing burpees, hundreds of pushups, sprints and stairs workouts.…

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How Busy Moms and Moms-To-Be Workout

When you’re pregnant and when you’re a mom, it might seem like your workouts will automatically take a back seat to the rest of your life. The tiredness, the nausea, mom guilt, the to-do list, the sick kids, the sleep deprivation, the full-time job – there are a million reasons why a workout can’t happen…

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