[PODCAST] Post-Pregnancy Running Part 2
[NEW] Post-pregnancy Running Part 2 ✨
Episode 166 of the @tobirthandbeyondpodcast is live and answering more of your questions about postpartum running! 🥳
Trying out running for the first time? Consider yourself a long-time runner who is coming back to it after pregnancy?
 Qs and their As in this brand new episode 👇🏻👇🏻
1️⃣ Do you need to wait longer after a C-section than you would a vaginal birth to return to running?
2️⃣ I have a stage 2 prolapse and have been told by my physical therapist not to run. I love it for supporting my anxiety. Is there any way I can get back to it safely?
3️⃣ I’ve never seemed to lose weight with running. Am I not doing enough? Not running fast enough? Far enough?
4️⃣ I’ve considered myself to be a runner for the last decade. Then I got pregnant and just could not comfortably keep running after 20 weeks in my pregnancy. How do I even begin again?
5️⃣ I feel GREAT during the run, but I notice I get some feelings of urinary urgency for the rest of the day after a run. What’s up with this?
6️⃣ How should I warmup before going to run? Just…start running?
|You can listen in on this episode (and tune back to Episode 120 for Part 1!) to hear the answers to your post-pregnancy running questions.
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Tag a running buddy below, or client/patient who you know wants to get running this spring! 🤩🤩
(Ps. Hear a sneak peek of the deets about the upcoming 8-Week Postpartum Run Plan program that begins April 5th! 😮)
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