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We hope that you had an enjoyable Easter and Anzac Day this year.

There is a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes of any article, publication and podcast, so I want to acknowledge that through the work of  Lori Forner who runs the popular Pelvic Podcast, I was able to find out about the new Postnatal Return to Running Guidelines developed by 3 physio's from the UK who put together the blend of women's health and musculoskeletal physiotherapy to structure these guidelines. There is a link to them below.

It's also time for another "shout out" to the extraordinary fitness professionals and coaches who gave input to an article I wrote for Fitpro UK which was published in their Spring magazine edition.

I've also added a link to the article "Is Postnatal Recovery like Recovering from a Sporting Injury?" that Australian Fitness Network published in their Autumn Network Magazine edition.

Different seasons from one side of the world to the other - it's so great now that collaboration can happen so extensively across the globe. Thanks everyone.

Physiotherapist, Peel Maternity and Family Practice, Mandurah WA
Director and Founder of The Pregnancy Centre
Pelvic Floor First Ambassador

CEC Fitness Course Creator - Australian Fitness Network



Pregnancy Priorities

"Pregnancy Priorities" is an article we contributed to for Fitpro UK in their Spring magazine. Many thanks go to Jo Cordell-Cooper from Tasmania, Kylianne Farrell from Karratha WA, Sam Kirker from Queensland and Michelle Scott from Perth WA, for helping contribute to this article.

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Post Pregnancy

Is Postnatal Recovery Like Recovering from a Sporting Injury?

This article was published in the Network mag Autumn 2019 edition.

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Post Pregnancy

Returning to Running Postnatal Guidelines

If you haven't yet seen the new guidelines, Lori Forner at the Pelvic Podcast has a link to the guidelines as she discusses them with Tom Goom, Grainne Donnelly and Emma Brockwell who developed them.

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