This quick and easy Steamed Garlic and Herb Butternut Squash recipe is an fast and flavorful side dish to add to your menu. It can…Read More
Whether you’ve recently had a c-section or are 5+ years postpartum, you may be looking to strengthen your deep core and abs. I have 5 ab exercises that are perfect for after a c-section, no matter how long it’s been. If you’re tired of numbness in your lower abdomen or are just looking to wake up the pelvic floor, strengthening…
If you are looking for a foolproof method for making healthy deviled eggs without mayo, then these no-may deviled eggs with Greek yogurt are for…Read More
These juicy Grilled Greek Chicken Thighs are summertime grilling perfection! The boneless thighs are marinated in easy garlic, lemon and herb marinade which gives them…Read More
Bold Statement: Ribollita is one of my favorite foods on the planet. If you have never had a bowl of ribollita soup, then get ready…Read More
Once you try this Apple Kale Salad you will definitely add it to your regular salad rotation! This recipe is only 212 calories per 2…Read More
Infertility and health, including sperm health. It’s no longer just about female health and egg health but if we aren’t addressing the mans health then that could be a big missing health piece for improving fertility. The good news it that men can pretty quickly improve the health of their sperm. Take a listen to my conversation about improving fertility…
Recovery postpartum, don’t wait until your done having babies to heal your body postpartum. Enjoy this conversation with my Knocked-Up Fitness® client, Allie, mom of three. She’s an avid runner but started experiencing incontinence postpartum after her first pregnancy. She also started dealing with hip and back pain and found amazing relief when learning how to effectively strengthen her deep core and pelvic floor muscles during pregnancy.
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Round ligament pain during pregnancy is common and happens because your uterus is stretching causing an intense stretch on your round ligament. The round ligament connects from your uterus to your pelvis and as your pregnancy progresses that round ligament is getting stretched and can cause pain and discomfort.
Is it wrong to say that fun and festive cocktails are one of my favorite parts of the Winter Holiday season?? Because if it is,…Read More
Today I have a recipe for Hoisin-Glazed Turkey Meatballs with sesame, ginger, water chestnuts and sweet and spicy hoisin sauce. In this recipe, see how…Read More
This healthy pumpkin bread with chocolate chips is earth-shatteringly good. It’s made with whole wheat flour, a whole can of pumpkin, maple syrup and mini chocolate…Read More
Want 3 safe and effective pelvic floor strengthening exercises? I got you! Seriously…If you have just 5 minutes to connect with your pelvic floor, do one of THESE three exercises and watch your deep core activate! But before we dive into these exercises, I need you to do one thing for me: I need you to commit to showing up…
If you’re trying to find a really delicious but Healthy Taco Salad recipe then you’ve come to the right blog my friends, because today I…Read More
Have you been wondering how you can minimize tearing during childbirth? Maybe you’re looking up labor positions, or maybe you’re asking your girlfriends for advice but you are still wanting to do what it takes to prevent or minimize vaginal tearing. *Believe me, I’ve been there, too.* Since I started working with prenatal women almost 20 years ago, I have…