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The Fourth Trimester: the 5 Principles of Post Natal Exercise

Elise Watts

Sarah was ecstatic when she found out she was pregnant, and being a very active person, was keen to be as fit as she could during her pregnancy. She ate only the healthiest food and exercised right up until the day of her birth. Yet after the arrival of her baby, her exercise and health routines went out the window.

She felt completely absorbed in her role as a mother and overwhelmed by the conflicting advice offered on what she should be doing for her body post birth. As she was neither exercising nor giving herself enough time to achieve adequate mental rest, she was emotionally and physically on the brink of exhaustion. 

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