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BREATHING – source of life

BREATHING – source of life

Something as simple as breathing has such a powerful effect on our lives! Inhale and exhale. So simple, right. Most of us probably don’t think very much about breathing as we breathe all the time. Breath is literally life, something we naturally do from the very first moment of our life, it’s an innate skill. Breathe is so simple, but…

PREGNANCY WORKOUT WHAT IS THIS?

PREGNANCY WORKOUT WHAT IS THIS?

What do we actually do and why? The main purpose of pregnancy exercise is the well-being of the expecting mother. Both mentally and physically, which together form quality of life. Why exercise during pregnancy from a kinesiological point of view is as follows: maintaining the natural posture, strength and flexibility (of course with the necessary adjustments to fetal growth), eliminating…

Forward Head Posture

Forward Head Posture

“Where you have your head?” is a common question for moms around the world, which is still in place. This is because the head weighs about 4 kilograms and if it is not in place, it can cause problems, and quite a few of them. This is a blog about forward head posture (FHP); how and why it develops and…

Diastasis Rectus Abdominis – is your body leaking?

Diastasis Rectus Abdominis – is your body leaking?

Internet and social media are full of informations on regaining perfect body and flat stomach after childbirth although there are not so many scientific reports an this topic. One should be careful on choosing the exercises suitable for DRA? What is Diastasis Rectus Abdominis (DRA)? DRS is a state when the muscles rectus abdominis (known as 6 pack) become separated…

SCOLIOSIS – disease or a challenge?

SCOLIOSIS – disease or a challenge?

Scoliosis is briefly an abnormal curvature of the spine to the side. It is a state not a disease. It can be unstructured or structural. Deviations of up to 50 degrees do not require surgery, so they are only treated conservatively. In order to be able to get to know scoliosis in depth, we need to start at the source.…

FIRST STEPS POSTPARTU part 2

FIRST STEPS POSTPARTU part 2

Once you’re cleared for exercise after having a baby you are wondering how to start. Before staring your exercise routine there are some question you should answer on your exercise plan. Are exercises causing pelvic pain or feel uncomfortable, do I have leakage with these movements, do I have tenting or coning during any exercise, are any of these exercises…

FIRST STEPS POSTPARTUM part 1

FIRST STEPS POSTPARTUM part 1

The postpartum period is a critical transition time, on one hand there is a new life you have to take care for and on the other there is the need to return to a physically active lifestyle, balanced diet, and a gradual shedding of extra weight as soon as possible. This can be challenging. This challenges can manifest in physical…

SUPERHERO HERNIA STORY

SUPERHERO HERNIA STORY

Today we want to share something important. Life is not just about happy moments – pregnancy, summerbody, running records. Life can get you down no matter how old you are, regarding gender or sexual orientation. The world we live in is fast and cruel. Work, family, stress. But our body has a way of showing us what is important and…

12kg LIMIT WHEN PREGNANT? continued

12kg LIMIT WHEN PREGNANT? continued

In the previous blog post I tried to explain 12kg limit. Here is some more science data about it. In the early eighties Swedish scientists followed 4,000 pregnant women whose work required them to lift weights of more than 12kg during their work. They were interested whether lifting loads  in excess of 12 kg several times per week contributes to…

12KG LIMIT WHEN PREGNANT?

12KG LIMIT WHEN PREGNANT?

Women should not lift more than 12 kilograms during pregnancy, but my first child weighs more than that. So now what? We are in 2020, pregnant women can be fit and active, and the myth of lifting weights could be left in the past. A pregnant woman lifting weights is certainly subject to many critical glances and strange looks Although …

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