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From the desk of Dianne

to The Pregnancy Centre newsletter. We know that getting back into shape following the birth of your baby can sometimes be more challenging than we would like. Today there is a new article linked from Michelle Kenway's desk, hot off the press this month, where Michelle writes about interval walking as a great way to enhance your fitness while still protecting your recovering pelvic floor and body.

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Enjoy your fortnight and lift your pelvic floor! Then rest and recover. Remember to relax your pelvic floor between your lifts, and to Relax for a moment to enjoy your motherhood or pregnancy journey.



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Post Pregnancy

Interval Walking as an exercise choice

Learn more about interval walking from Michelle Kenway, Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist and author, as a great way to enhance your fitness while still protecting your recovering pelvic floor and body.

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Post Pregnancy

Walk before you run

Often you are keen to run again post birth, but your body is saying it is still not ready. Walking first is the best option for starting with postnatal fitness for the first three to four months post baby. When you feel you are ready to run, check with your physiotherapist or use As Your Shape Changes to check your core and pelvic floor fitness levels, finding out how ready you are to step it up. Find out more by reading one of our older articles, Walk Before Your Run.

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