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The Non-Kegel Pelvic Floor Challenge

The Non-Kegel Pelvic Floor Challenge

If you're not a fan of doing 1000 Kegels a day to strengthen your pelvic floor, you're not alone. I'm not a fan either. And in fact, doing Kegels without working your pelvic floor in a range of motion may not be the best for you anyway, if you've got tightness going...

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HIIT Series – Tip 2:The Key to Fat Loss Without Dieting

HIIT Series – Tip 2:The Key to Fat Loss Without Dieting

As I'm sure you know by now, Fitness is my wheelhouse for a healthy body, it is not dieting. Fueling your body with clean, whole, healthy foods is necessary for your health for sure!  But dieting???  No thank you. How then, if we aren’t dieting, can we create the...

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Using Your Core During Lower Body Workouts

Using Your Core During Lower Body Workouts

If you're new to my world of postpartum fitness, you’ll quickly learn how much I love using lower body workouts as core workouts too!  After all, our bodies are all connected, and it  takes some good core strength to support lower body exercises. Squats, lunges, and ...

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The Time Came

The Time Came

Hey all! I wanted to share something hopeful with you that doesn't have anything to do with fitness. 🙂 All too often we live under the anxious feelings that our time is going by too fast. - Our kids are growing up too fast. - We aren't using the time in the day...

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The 20 second neck and shoulder pain release

The 20 second neck and shoulder pain release

My life changed forever when I discovered this neck-relief stretch.  It takes literally 20 seconds (unless you do it multiple times a day because it's so amazing), and you'll love it! I don't have to tell you how often moms find themself in hunched forward positions,...

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Use your glutes, please

Use your glutes, please

How strong are your glutes? How do you know if your glute muscles are actually the ones working when you squat, lunge, deadlift, run, walk, etc? Do you have nice long, relaxed glute muscles that can handle load when needed, or are they short and tight and get bullied...

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