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Blog Category: Pregnancy

Future Build for New Moms

Let’s Future Build for the Next Generation of Moms

Julie Wiebe, PT presents actionable steps we can take NOW to future build for the next generation of moms! Join her in an effort to encourage women and teen girls to get their baseline measures for abdominal and pelvic health concerns. Above all, help them understand their body NOW, before they get pregnant. This will...

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MYTH BUSTS! BREATHING! BASELINES! Podcast with the Connected Yoga Teacher

Podcast-a-palooza! I’m back with another great interviewer asking in-depth questions on how we can optimize post-partum recovery. We talked about starting that path before you even get pregnant and finding your pre-pregnancy baselines so you understand YOUR norm and what changed. We also bust some myths about “fixing your anterior tilt” and assuming every pregnant women...

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Pelvic Health for Female Athletes

Pelvic Floor Health for Female Athletes with Julie Foucher

I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Physician and CrossFit Games athlete, Julie Foucher, to discuss the unique needs of female athletes before, during and after pregnancy. Have a listen to the Pursuing Health Podcast and let me know what you think!    In this episode we discuss: Julie’s athletic background and...

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Running while pregnant

Q and A: How long can I keep running while pregnant?

Q: : I am just curious for your thoughts about how long I can keep running while pregnant. I have seen some of your posts on pregnant CrossFitters modifying workouts while pregnant. Some of my pelvic floor physio friends say to stop running at the latest when I am 16 weeks pregnant. I am currently 14 weeks...

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Safe exercise for pregnancy

I am kicking the new year off with a new Q and A blog. Today an answer inspired by an interview with the Women’s Health Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. They asked “What activities are safe for most pregnant women?”. Perhaps we need to rethink and redefine what is “safe”…read on! Q: Are there specific types...

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