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HIIT Series – Tip 3: Revving Your Metabolism and Still Protecting Your Core

This is the third article in our HIIT series.  And for the past few weeks, we’ve been chatting about a few tips to help you know how to do HIIT workouts if you have a diastasis. The “how” is definitely important, but what’s even more important is the “why.”  Why should moms with a diastasis …

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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 wisely. – …

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running again after pregnancy

The first thing you must do if you want to start (or return) to running again after pregnancy (without injury)

There are so many “gurus”, other moms, magazines, postpartum programs, and fitness pros out there giving their best advice for how to get back to running after having babies.  It’s certainly no easy task.  There are so many things that need to heal before you’re fully ready to run again like you used to.  But …

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postpartum running

The 1 mistake to avoid with postpartum running so you don’t feel 99 yrs old.

Ok, friends, as if trying to run after having a baby isn’t hard enough (hello loose joints and ligaments, squishy belly, and weak pelvic floor that makes us pee), believe it or not, there’s one glaring issue that moms actually do to themselves that makes postpartum running worse.  It’s one thing that’s easy to change …

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