Madison recounts her experience and struggles with miscarriage. And shares advice to help other moms ease the pain of miscarrying.
Author: Madison Cleckler
Thinking of creating a home gym? Purchase just three pieces of equipment all for under $100 and have everything you need for a great workout.
Three tips that can help labor progress including labor positions, movement, birthing balls and other tools.
Hip and lower back pain are common complaints during pregnancy as the spine and hips change through the trimesters. To help ease hip pain I recommend these three stretches before bedtime.
Spine and posture change a lot during pregnancy, Madison shares a few easy ways to relieve back pain.
Doing safe exercises during postpartum before your 6-week checkup can help you return to fitness with mindfulness and ease.
Meeting with a pelvic floor physical therapist and adjusting exercises can help ease the pelvic pain you may be experiencing during pregnancy.
These 5 postpartum stretches will help you work out the kinks so you can feel less achy at the end of the day
Third-trimester exercises like goblet squats, suitcase deadlifts, and racked and suitcase carry can help prepare your body for life with a new baby in tow.
Wondering what the best exercises are to prepare your body for birth? How about to keep your back and hips comfortable as your belly grows in the late second and early third trimesters?
In this video, I give you 5 amazing exercises that I teach to both my birth and training clients to help them stay more comfortable during pregnancy and to help prepare their bodies and pelvic floor for birth.
Comfort is a big topic in my newest 8-week program, Third Trimester Comfort and Calm. This program is geared towards mommas in later pregnancy who want to stay strong while making sure what they are doing is safe, keep their bodies comfortable with stretch sequences and exercises that ease common pregnancy aches and pains, and stay calm leading up to birth with mindset work to prepare mentally for birth and postpartum.
And I need YOUR help testing it out alongside me. That’s right. I’m beta testing this program during my third trimester with some other amazing mommas alongside me. Want to be one of them? Sign up here to be a beta tester: https://madisoncleckler.activehosted.com/f/5
Certain exercises you do during your pregnancy can help create more space for the baby to descend into the pelvis and relax the pelvic floor to help keep you comfortable until the big day.
The pressure to bounce back after pregnancy can be overwhelming for most moms. Especially with pressure from the media and pressure we put on ourselves.