Is it possible to be a fit mum? Of course!
Being a busy mum doesn’t preclude you from staying active. On the contrary – it opens up a whole lot of fantastic possibilities you have never thought about (or didn’t dare to try). There has never been a better time to get started.
Hello sunshine! The pounds of fat accumulated over winter and comfortably tucked under scarfs and oversized cardigans begin to feel uncomfortable with the first warm rays of sunshine.
Get started now with these six weight loss tips and give yourself a head start on looking amazing this summer!
Now, as you’ve completed Phase I of the training and have rebuilt your baseline fitness, it’s time to move to more challenging exercises. At four months after your operation your deep core muscles should have regained their basic strength.
Papayaya Fitness for Mums at Expat Expo in Basel.
We had a great time at Expo on Sunday. Despite the rainy and windy weather in Basel the crowd didn’t disappoint. A big thank you to Hannah and Tsveti for their help!
Lunge: the exercise we love to hate. It challenges your balance, it makes your knees wobble and it makes you work really hard.
Yet it is one of my favourites (and I believe this is true for any personal trainer), for many reasons.
Master your technique with this simple tutorial to make sure you’re doing them right!
It often starts just after you’ve had your baby. At first, you might think it’s just an accident. After all you’ve just given birth and your pelvic floor was under a great strain. But then it happens again, and again, when you cough, laugh or lift a shopping bag off the floor. Exercise classes prove challenging not because you aren’t fit, but because jumping makes you wee accidentally.
But you don’t have to put up with it.
Learn about what abdominoplasty does to your body and how to safely rebuild your fitness.
If you’re reading this page you are probably considering or already had your tummy tuck done. Abdominoplasty is a big operation and you must allow proper recovery time.
But once you’re through the full three months post op, you are mostly encouraged to get back to your fitness routine. Easier said than done? Where do you start?