Why do we think nothing about popping to the gym to exercise the muscles in our legs, arms and core, but the mere mention of exercising our pelvic floor (perhaps the most important muscles us woman should exercise) and we flush with embarrassment?
Imagine throwing out your latest celebrity workout DVD and replacing it with your very own personalized workout video? (I mean does anyone really want to take workout advice from some irate member of Geordie Shore?!) Well thanks to Celebrity Personal Trainer Peter Cobby we can!
Always on the look out for top tips on how us mums can ‘regain’ our pre-baby body, or should I say ‘rebuild’ our post-baby body because who said we can’t be fitter and stronger post baby! I asked Personal Trainer, new mum and Founder of the StrongLikeMum campaign Shakira Akabusi, to share her tips on keeping fit through out pregnancy and how she got her post-baby six pack in just eight weeks!
If you’re anything like me, hunting out a clean, lean healthy lunch ‘to go’ in central London can take the better half of your lunch hour. I’ll walk to Pret, check the lables, put it back, head to Itsu read the lables put it back, go to Starbucks decide there is nothing there either and more often than not head back to the first joint and go through the whole process again. Feeling frustrated and annoyed, I’ll then decided to push through the hunger and wait until I get home.
I think I must follow at least five members of the Bodyism team on instagram. I’m not a stalker or anything; I just find their accounts brilliant #fitspo.
Iodine, in specific iodine deficiencies have become a hot topic of late, thanks to its strong link to impaired mental function, fatigue, thyroid problems, high cholesterol and depression.But did you know that severe lack of iodine during pregnancy is also one of the leading causes of brain damage in the developing world?
Looking to workout for the first time since giving birth? I joined forces with mummy fitness haven Slice Studies to show you 4 simple moves that you can do in the comfort of your own home to ease yourself back in to exercise.
If you’re Instagram obsessed like myself, then you may have already stumbled across barrecore.
Ok, I know power walking doesn’t have the coolest of images but it really is the most brilliant form of cardio. Not convinced, check out my 10 reasons why you should take-up power walking.
I first discovered fitness sensation Kayla Itsines while researching social media influencers just over a year ago.
Giving birth to my son Shiloh in June 2013, at the age of 29, was by far the most rewarding (and the most excruciating) thing I have ever done. Better than getting those ‘A’ grades at A-level, better than seeing my magazine on the shelves in WHSmith and dare I say it (sorry husband) better than my wedding day.