Returning to fitness post-baby

A few of my social media followers have asked me for guidance on returning to exercise post-baby. If you're currently pregnant, there is...

How do I heal a diastasis recti?

I hope everyone is coping well at the moment and have been able to at least enjoy the cold, sunny mornings we've been having. As I'm not...

Abs and glutes

Exercises on all fours are great as gravity means that you have to properly engage your deeper abdominals (transversus abdominis) to...

Happy 1st birthday Buggyfit Chiswick!

Today is the 1-year anniversary of Buggyfit Chiswick! After changing careers and re-training as a personal trainer and pre- and postnatal...

Postnatal A-Z: Y for Yoga

Welcome back to my Postnatal A-Z where today I would like to dedicate Y to Yoga as well as mention some of the poses that are less...

Postnatal A-Z: P for Pilates

My Postnatal A-Z continues today with P for Pilates. I write this from the point of view of a postnatal fitness specialist. What I really...

Postnatal A-Z: L for Lifting correctly

Today's postnatal A-Z is L for Lifting correctly. This may sound obvious but to a new mum who is tired and just wants to do what's best...

Postnatal A-Z: D for Diastasis recti

Postnatal A-Z: My previous posts about Breathing and Core lead us nicely onto D for Diastasis recti or abdominal separation. Many mums...

Postnatal A-Z: C for Core

Many mums want help 'fixing' their core. But what does this actually mean? And what muscles are we talking about? The core is made up of...

Is TRX Pilates on steroids?!

TRX Training UK are currently doing a FREE online suspension training course. If you are a personal trainer (or physio/osteopath) looking...