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If you’ve just had a baby and want to exercise again, but have no idea where to even start (or how to start), then this post is for you. Find out all about your pelvic floor, core muscles and what exactly is safe during your post-partum journey.
As a trainer, I’m always preaching a high protein diet as one of the simplest ways to keep your energy levels up throughout the whole day, and shed those kilo’s at the same time. I always tell people a high protein breakfast will kick off your day, the right way. Find out why!
There is a term in psychology called “over-choice”. It describes that when people are faced with too many choices to make, within a confined space of time, they will often end up making no choice at all.
It’s like our brains get all frazzled, and decide that doing absolutely nothing is going to be a better option. On goes the Netflix, and you make best friends with your couch.
Not the best idea if you have health goals.
Whether its an upcoming holiday, illness (or even a global pandemic), gym-lovers everywhere are constantly in a panic about their hard-earned muscles deteriorating. The good news is that with a bit of careful tweaking to your daily routine, you can help minimise the loss of lean muscle mass until you’re back in the gym and kicking butt again!