Listen on: Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts Today I chat with Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist and colleague Munira Hudani about all things Diastasis Recti. Diastasis Recti is a hot topic online with a lot of confusion. Munira clears all the confusion and gives us the real deal and what we really need to know. Diastasis Recti, […]
Today’s blog is sponsored by One A Day Women’s Prenatal Multivitamins. One A Day Women’s Prenatal Multivitamins are the #1 OBGYN recommended over the counter brand of prenatal multivitamins. I try to stay within my scope of practice and expertise as a women’s strength and conditioning coach. I created the movement and online education, Pregnancy
Recently, my “value” was questioned. It hurt my feelings and made me reflect a lot. This prompted me to do a writing assignment for my processing and evidence. It was really rewarding to write down the change in trajectory that often gets forgotten when we are so busy building and withstanding.
4 years ago I laid on the operating table, helpless, terrified, trying to stay conscious after close to 30 hours of unmedicated labor and a baby who’s heart rate had dropped dramatically. I was told if they didn’t get him out immediately, he would suffer from brain damage or death. I held my
I didn’t blog much this year. Most of my writing was on Facebook and Instagram, but since this whole thing started as a “dear diary” blog nearly 8 years ago, I’m writing this today so I can look back on this phase of motherhood, career, family and change. It’s important to me to keep this
When I was pregnant, I was praised for being healthy and fit. I was continually told how easily I would “bounce back” because of my training. I was told (and believed) that listening to my body was enough during this phase of life. The message of “keep doing what you’ve always done” played in my