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Author: Haley Shevener

Why You Should Try Bottoms-Up Kettlebell Training

If you’re looking for strong and stable shoulders, dialed-in technique, laser focus, improved grip strength, and an incredible lesson in tension, the bottoms-up kettlebell position might just be your new favorite thing! What Does Bottoms-Up Mean? The bottoms-up position refers to a kettlebell held vertically by the handle with the bottom of the kettlebell facing […]

Why Playground Workouts Can Be a Parent’s Best Fitness Friend

Initially, working out in the playground came from necessity. I was balancing work, parenting, marriage, the grind of daily life, side projects, and my own training. With so many commitments, I was having trouble fitting in my own workouts, and didn’t want to spend another hour at the gym, especially when that meant cutting into […]

5 Considerations When Training Clients With Pelvic Organ Prolapse

If any of your clients has ever given birth — and considering that 85 percent of women do, there’s a very strong likelihood that many among your clients have — you should educate yourself about pelvic organ prolapse. Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a condition where the organs of the pelvis descend toward or through […]

Why Every New Mother Should See a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

When immersed in the fog of new motherhood, adding one more item to the list can seem daunting, but if there’s one appointment that every mother should attend after giving birth, it’s an assessment with a pelvic health physiotherapist or pelvic health physical therapist (PHPT). Many women are surprised to hear that this specialty of […]

How to Train Clients with Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction

Pregnancy is a time of tremendous change and growth, both for baby and mom. A woman’s body undergoes many structural adaptations to accommodate the growing baby and prepare for birth, and she may develop any of several painful conditions as a consequence of some of those changes. Symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) is one such condition […]

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