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The 38 Week Transformation of a Lifetime!

Over the last 38 weeks one of my clients had some big changes happen in her workouts.

She didn’t lose any weight, she GAINED weight, gained inches on her waistline, she decreased her workout volume, she didn’t get her heart rate super jacked up, and she tended to be a little on the slower side sometimes. 1,127 more words



Article by Midwife, Childbirth Educator and Family Wellness Expert Sister Louise

As part of this series, today I would like us to focus on exercise. 315 more words

Oh Baby, my Back! Tips for Sciatica During Pregnancy

About two weeks ago I had my first run in with Sciatic Nerve Pain. I have remained very active during my pregnancy with little to no pain, so this was a surprise when it hit me and really threw me for a loop. 1,128 more words

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Alumni Blogger of the month - Sophia Lucie-Smith

What is your blog about?

My blog started out as a visual diary based around fashion but gradually developed to incorporate travel, beauty, health & fitness. 472 more words

Exercise During Pregnancy...#AdventureBaby Diary

November 2014 – end January 2015

So…little did I know that this topic would become a two-fold contentious topic later on in my own pregnancy once I announced it on social media. 549 more words

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Second Trimester Energy = Back at the Gym

In the haze of the NT disaster, I forgot to mention that at 14 weeks pregnant, I returned to the gym. I’ve been feeling more energetic lately, so I started doing prenatal yoga at home once or twice a week, lifting weights three days a week, and have continued to hike with the dogs four to five days a week, depending on the weather. 518 more words

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Prenatal Workouts - Second Trimester!

Hello everyone! So, I wanted to share the workouts I have been doing throughout my second trimester so far- I am currently at 17 weeks. Now that I am into the second trimester I am avoiding certain movements including lying on my back- after your first trimester, lying supine (on your back) can cause your enlarged uterus and baby to compress your vena cava, the major vessel that returns blood to your heart. 450 more words

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