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Through leading by example I aim to show you that it is possible to be fit, healthy and look fantastic whilst juggling the commitments of raising a young family. Exercise, well being and great nutrition are a vital part of daily life and what you teach your children when they are young will stay with them for the rest of their lives.” – Jen Dugard
With two children under four Jen Dugard is the founder and director of Body Beyond Baby; specialising in pre natal exercise and postnatal reshaping. Body Beyond Baby offers group training sessions for mums and bubs, providing nannies to look after the children whilst mum exercises. Within her personal brand ‘Jen Dugard – Body Sculpting for Mums’ she offers a limited number of exclusive Personal Training packages. Jen delivers regular postnatal presentations, writes regular articles on postnatal health and wellbeing and produced the postnatal DVD ‘Rebuild from the Inside Out’.
For more information please visit www.bodybeyondbaby.com.au
I chat to mums on a daily basis, current clients, new clients, friends and those I simply meet and somehow strike up a conversation with. Many of these women talk to me about the constant backache they experience.
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Taking care of your pelvic floor as an expecting and postpartum mum is super important, but how exactly should we be doing pelvic floor exercises? And more importantly, how do you know you are doing them correctly?
I have been a little quiet on the blog front of late – it’s not laziness, I just have not been able to find the time or energy. Pregnancy can certainly take it out of you, or maybe it’s not the pregnancy itself but all the other aspects of daily life that we try and maintain whilst being pregnant
In an earlier blog, I touched on a condition called Diastasis Recti which is also known as abdominal separation.
I was expecting to get a lot more cravings and have to generate a lot more willpower to get me where I am now, three weeks on from my ‘no sugar’ declaration.
This is me, I am sugar free. I am 29 weeks pregnant and finally doing something that I have been skirting around for weeks, no, make that, months. I know that being sugar free is better, processed sugar, cane sugar, organic sugar, glucose, fructose…..and the rest – it comes in many forms and I am finally throwing it out of my life.
It’s been a busy past couple of weeks. I had FILEX, the Sydney fitness convention a couple of weekends ago - three days of back to back lectures on various aspects of the fitness industry. I did a great workshop on Pelvic Floor which I will bring you information on a little later, along with many other awesome topics. This weekend was Mothers Day: happy Mother’s Day to all the mums out there!
There are many pregnancy symptoms that contribute to a lack of sleep during pregnancy and one which is driving me particularly mad at the moment is Restless Legs Syndrome. For those of you lucky enough to have absolutely no idea what I am talking about let me explain...
I sit here at 3.45pm almost 25 weeks pregnant having dropped Marley off at family day care at 8am this morning, head to the park to run my Body Beyond Baby group exercise sessions, dash to the studio to train a one on one client, then on to a café to interview a trainer to join me in my business – I just ate lunch … I know, I hear you – 3pm! Number one rule – make time for fuel!
It's 5 months in, and lately I've been trying to find time and motivation to exercise - not to mention dealing with the return of the dreaded varicose vein!
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