Mum and baby fitness lessons

Max­i­mum 4 mums Greek fol­lows Mum and baby fit­ness lessons are cre­at­ed for post­na­tal women who are ready to: Strength­en and tone abdom­i­nal mus­cles. Boost ener­gy lev­el. Relieve stress. Pro­mote bet­ter sleep. Don’t have any­one to leave baby with :). This is usu­al­ly 4 weeks after nat­ur­al birth and 6 weeks after a C-sec­­tion …

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TOTAL BARRE

Total Barre™ is a high-ener­­gy pro­gram that focus­es on strength, flex­i­bil­i­ty, sta­mi­na and dynam­ic sta­bil­i­ty by com­bin­ing ele­ments from Pilates, dance, car­dio and strength train­ing. Pro­gram­ming is dri­ven by music, which increas­es coor­di­na­tion, moti­va­tion and improved move­ment qual­i­ty. No pre­vi­ous expe­ri­ence in pilates or Balett need­ed. Each ses­sions is 60 min­utes long ‚inte­grates worm …

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The 3 Biggest Myths About Fat-Burning For Active Women

Anoth­er great arti­cle from   www.girlsgonestrong.com by Dr. Susan Klein­er I am real­ly angry. I have spent my entire career firm­ly plant­ed in the field of sports nutri­tion, where the goals are per­for­mance-based. In sports nutri­tion, weight-loss is an out­come of enhanc­ing phys­i­cal per­for­mance, not a goal unto itself.  That’s why I want­ed to …

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Returning To Exercise After A C-Section

Keep in mind, the heal­ing process is not done at 6 weeks. From the out­side, your scar might appear healed, but the deep­er lay­ers inside still need time. Just the scar alone is many, many lay­ers deep – the tis­sues that you can’t see are still recov­er­ing. If you’re lucky, …

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SUP Pilates Limassol

SUP pilates limassol

STARTING THIS JUNE — very effec­tive, very chal­leng­ing, and great fun!!! Stand Up Pad­dle Board Pilates builds your bal­ance and strength while per­form­ing some of the Pilates mat exer­cis­es on a pad­dle board. Dur­ing your ses­sion you will be guid­ed through an adapt­ed class incor­po­rat­ing a warm-up pad­dle to get the blood flow­ing, …

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How you get energy; how you use it

The Three Meta­bol­ic Ener­gy Sys­tems We usu­al­ly talk of ener­gy in gen­er­al terms, as in “I don’t have a lot of ener­gy today” or “You can feel the ener­gy in the room.” But what real­ly is ener­gy? Where do we get the ener­gy to move? How do we use it? …

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Does Swimming Make Me Fat?

Swim­mers tend to be “fat­ter” than oth­er ath­letes, espe­cial­ly ultra-dis­­­tance swim­mers. Swim­ming decreas­es blood pres­sure, but not as much as cycling or run­ning. Swim­mers rank between seden­tary peo­ple and run­ners on blood insulin lev­els, but inter­ven­tion stud­ies have shown no change. Swim­mers’ HDL (high-den­si­­ty lipopro­tein — also known as “good …

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