If you can get these exercises down pat before you give birth it will be a lot easier to heal after birth regardless of the type of birth you have. But you don’t necessarily need to have been pregnant to experience pelvic floor dysfunction. Here’s how!
Studies have shown that consuming dates in the late stage of your pregnancy can reduce the need for prostin (gel ) oxcytocin (drip) to induce labour (Razali et al). Find out more>>
In pregnancy body fluid increases by about 1L or 10% including blood volume, amniotic fluid as well as fluid for your precious cargo. In this post we look at the importance of hydration during and after your pregnancy and how much your body needs.
In this post we look at what pelvic floor muscles are and why exercising them is so important.
Welcome to the First Bump Fitness Blog Post! My name is Phoebe Armfield and as the founder of Bump Fitness, I’m so excited to welcome you not only to our new website, but also to our blog and the community. Find out more about us in our first post.