Workout @ 17 weeks pregnancy

OK, I’ve been WAY more lax with workouts in this pregnancy than with the first. Probably because there is now the added factor of ‘toddler’. In fact, if only you could see into the future when you’re pregnant with your first child, you wouldn’t complain about a thing: Your time is your own. Not owned …

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Recent workouts, Bon Jovi and root canal

Sorry I have been a bit lax with the posting recently… I did have a few days recently when I couldn’t walk… and that obviously directly affected my fingers. What I’ve been up to: Workout #1: 3 rounds in 19:27: 40 decline crunches 3kg medicine ball 30 back squats 20kg 20 push ups 10 pull …

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WOD at nearly 4 months post-Caesarean section delivery

I can’t believe nearly 4 months has passed since bub was born. I feel so old saying that… or maybe I feel old because we were woken in the early hours by an explosive bowel opening (by the bub, not my hubbie or I… just to clarify!). As they say, better out than in… Yesterday: …

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Day 3 post run

Well I’m day three post run and I’m hurting a lot less. I’ll be honest with you, I woke up bright and early all prepared to hit the gym. Dearest husband (in all his wisdom) asked ‘considering you couldn’t walk yesterday, is that the best thing to do?’. Now when I think about it, I …

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Pubic symphysis dysfunction… the fallout

Anyway, I had a sleepless night… Turns out you use your pelvis and legs a hellava lot to turn in bed, get up to go to the loo 654,763 times (exaggerate? Me? Never!), wrestle husband for the blankets when he comes to bed late after watching two straight seasons of Breaking Bad, no doubt dreaming …

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Pelvic pain in pregnancy – PSD/PGP

The causes of pelvic pain in pregnancy are many and varied, but here I’m going to concentrate on a cause of pelvic pain not uncommonly associated specifically with pregnancy: Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP), or Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD). The pubic symphysis or symphysis pubis is a structure made of cartilage which connects the left and …

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Running… and pain!

Well, it was a gorgeous day the other day and hubbie was slow getting out of bed… Time for a run! To be honest I haven’t been for a ‘proper’ run for a whole week. I’ll take it easy, it will be great….. Turns out the run was great. I did a well-worn route and …

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