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Our virtual Athlete 12 training and nutrition programme is here!
12 weeks with ongoing support from your Coach, with 3 new workouts each week, nutrition guidance personalised to you plus live access to your Coach. Click here to register interest: https://goo.gl/forms/RMLntCm3nyGY00Gu1
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A persistent cough is irritating at the best of times, but the side effect of leaking when you cough is even more annoying...& embarrassing. This video explains why it happens & how to avoid it!
Want help with this? Get in touch here: https://goo.gl/forms/f9zseWzdNWnSD0a92
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You've been so good and yet the scales aren't budging and clothes feel just as tight - here's our guide to flexible dieting and the scientific secret to actually losing weight. Sign up for our tracking package here: http://eepurl.com/c_9nA5
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Do you feel like you're on the go all day long, are shattered by the evening and yet haven't actually moved very much at all throughout the day?

How could flexibility in your APPROACH help address this AND support you in achieving your goals?
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"Brace your core" - what does that actually mean? All too often people either hold their breath or push out into their abdomen & pelvic floor to create core stability. In this video I show you a safer more effective way to do this without pressuring your back, belly or pelvic floor.

To learn more check out our Holistic Core RestoreĀ® EveryWoman core strengthening programme here: http://www.optimum-health.me.uk/training-for-every-woman/everywoman_hcr/
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Lying down after abdominal surgery is something that can seem a little scary & sore. This simple approach supports those who have recently had a baby, had a C Section, hysterectomy, appendectomy, laparoscopy, has pelvic floor issues or low back pain.
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Everyone has to start somewhere

Perfect doesn't exist

Trying new things may feel hard, silly, vulnerable as well as challenging , exciting.

Often we see videos of people doing amazing things on social media - you see the finished product rather than all the time, work & effort that went into getting there.

I was inspired to try this by @JacquelineHooton of @hergardengym. Part of me "playing" with headstands & handstands.

Yes I felt ungainly, unco-ordinated & definitely challenged & it's going to take some time for me to get the hang of this different position on the parallettes.

Knowing that I'd struggle with it to start with hasn't put me off.

Setting realistic expectations on yourself at any stage of a health & wellbeing journey is really important. It allows you to recognise every achievement & all the little steps of progression.

Do you like setting yourself challenges?

Or do you avoid them "just in case", "because you can't. ..." or any other reason that is masking an underlying fear? You're not on your own if that's the case but you don't have to face or avoid that fear on your own!

Drop me a message to talk about any challenge you'd like to set yourself & let's identify your second step* to achieving it.

* the first step is acknowledging what you really want & sending me that message!
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It all used to be so easy......but now you feel like you have little control over how your body looks or feels. Here we show how our approach may support what you're going through right now, with some solutions: http://www.optimum-health.me.uk/chrysalis/
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How often do you think of doing something for yourself, for your health & wellbeing & then talk yourself out of it because you can't justify spending money on yourself? If this sounds familiar, watch this video & click this link to see how we can help you: www.optimum-health.me.uk
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A simple exercise you can do sat with your feet up on the sofa to strengthen the muscle that goes around the top of, & stabilises the kneecap: VMO.
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