Exercise after Baby with Dr. Jackie Kickish, DPT: Ep58
There is SO much pressure, both externally and internally, to return back to our pre-baby life and routine. When it comes to any strenuous exercise routine, rushing back to this can have uncomfortable and extreme consequences.
Today we’re talking with Dr. Jackie Kickish, who is both a doctor of Physical Therapy and a Pre & Postpartum Exercise Specialist. After navigating her own postpartum weight loss journey, she now helps other moms become fit and strong while maintaining a balanced, healthy, and joyful lifestyle.
If you’ve had questions such as:
When can I start working out again?
What types of exercise are safe and can help me heal long term?
What are the warning signs that something is off?
Then you need the information shared in this conversation. It will give you guidance on how to navigate postpartum exercise for yourself or for the clients you serve.
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In this episode, we are sharing:
How having twins completely changed Jackie’s views on health & fitness
Balancing caring for our kids while taking care of ourselves
Physically preparing our bodies for postpartum, not just birth
How the standard 6 week check up is failing us
Why our bodies need time to heal
Exercise before your body is ready is not safe
Gentle movement to reconnect the mind and body
The importance of seeking out an expert trained in postpartum
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