October 10, 2017
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5 Ways I Changed As A Coach After Experiencing Exercise Postpartum

Before I had experienced the postpartum period, I had a lot of ideas about what exercise after birth must be like. I knew that there would be changes to my client's pelvic floors, that some of them would be breastfeeding, that fatigue would likely be an issue, and that exercise could be a really great tool to add stress reduction and strength back into their lives.
September 27, 2017
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4 Exercises To Help You Get Your First Pull-up

There aren't many exercises as deeply empowering as the pull-up. Once you get yourself over the bar for the first time, you feel strong both physically and mentally. But pull-ups are tough. They require wicked grip strength, a strong core and lats of steel.
August 29, 2017
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3 Must Do Exercises For Strong Glutes + Hamstrings

If you hit up google or pinterest for a quick workout routine to follow, you'll likely miss out on a few key exercises needed to elicit functional strength and an injury free body. Sure, you'll find squats, lunges, push-ups, planks and crunches that heavily target our anterior chain. But what you're less likely to find are exercises that help to strengthen our lateral hips, glutes, and hamstrings.
November 1, 2016
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Guest Post! 5 Myths of Exercising in Pregnancy (That Need to Quit)

For today's guest post, I asked my friend and colleague Jessie Mundell to share some of the biggest myths we hear about exercise during pregnancy.