I received a lot of questions and messages asking for a strength training workout example for women while pregnant and not being able to attend the gym (mostly personal preferences and logistic reasons), so I decided to dedicate these 60 minutes without my sweet baby girl (she’s on a Monday walk with her pappa) to give a deeper understanding of strength training to those interested.
Pregnancy is well known to take a toll over your mid-section area, not only the weight added to that part of your body but also the hormonal changes.
Working towards a stronger pelvic floor will result in much less stress avoiding urinary incontinence (Sangsawang B, Sangsawang N., 2016). We are not only talking about static pelvic floor exercises, but functional exercises such as squats (done without additional weights or with additional weights added to your body weight depending on your strength and previous fitness level).
The Wild Hunt days are soon coming and I thought it would be perfect timing to talk a little bit about pre-Christian traditions and how these got to influence our sacred celebration of Yule.
I have had many younger girls approaching in social media to ask about career life, whether it’s worth it, how to manage it while striving for a family or/and how to make a living while taking care of a family.
The other day we ran out of bread and also out of sourdough, so I put together basic ingredients to make a big oven pan focaccia for the evening, as a special occasion since we do not really eat bread. We ended up trying to watch GoodFellas until we got tired of the loud screams and laughter. I received many requests in Instagram regarding the recipe, so here it goes.