The Complete Postnatal
Introducing our new Complete Guide to Postnatal Running E-book
Want to get back to running after the birth of your baby?
Of course, you do – it’s a cost effective and great form of exercise – but did you know that it’s not as straight forward as just donning your trainers when the GP gives you the all clear?
I’m sure you have invested time and effort into making sure you stay fit and healthy in your pregnancy, taking vitamins, exercising and reading up on your what to expect week on week as you go through your pregnancy?
Have you given any thought to how you will return to high impact exercise safely once baby is here?
The female body is a truly remarkable thing. In the space of 9 months, your body adapts and change to grow a new life, a feat that should not be underestimated.
There is an expectation, particularly in today’s society, that the body and mind can and will immediately return to its pre-pregnancy state. This is not realistic and not supported by science.
This e-book will give you the tools to help you feel empowered so that your body can and will return to a state that is strong and confident.
The e-book will provide you with all the information you need to develop a functional body that will allow you to run, free from injuries or problems.
So, you’ve just had your baby and you have no idea what to do…
You want to get running but you don’t know when it's safe to do so
You feel weak and are having sensations of leaking that are new to you
Maybe you’ve already tried to run and it doesn’t feel right
These myths about ‘bouncing back’ don’t help:
You should feel back to normal after 6 weeks at least
You should get out and about as early as possible
C-section scars will heal very quickly
Having a feeling of urinary leaking is normal, you’ve just had a baby after all
So, your confidence is zapped…
The truth is, millions of mums feel unsure on how to navigate their return to sports.
They want to get back to feeling themselves but don’t know where to turn or who to seek advice from
But guess what?
I’m passionate about changing the way we address our postnatal health.
I’m passionate about changing the way we address out postnatal health.
That’s why I designed and made complete postnatal runner e-book.
It provides you with lots of useful information about how to look after yourself, tips to optimise your healing and recovery and advice on what your postnatal recovery will look like.
For years I have been treating women in their pregnancy, fourth trimester or later in their postnatal recovery who don’t know what they should be expecting from their bodies.
I’ve seen so many new mums struggling with symptoms they might be experiencing and understanding what is normal or not. The truth is returning to running is a hard time thing to do, but this e-book simplifies the process and gives you all the tools to apply to your own return to running.
The Complete Postnatal Runner E-book will show you how to:
Look after yourself in the first 12 weeks after having a baby
Help you understand what strength and core work to prioritise and when
Allow you to understand what you need to be achieving to start running
What exercises to prioritise to optimise your running performance
What to do if you have a diastasis
Guide you to learn about which professionals can help if needed
What’s inside the e-book:
A simple to follow layout of lots of hints and tips.
A week-to-week plan of action about what to expect and things to prioritise
Videos taught by a pelvic health physiotherapist to guide you through reconnecting with your core
Easy to access information from your mobile phone
Download your copy for your step-by-step guide for an easy and straightforward return to running
Don’t just take my word for it – here are some recent reviews of the Complete Postnatal Runner E-book:
I downloaded 'The complete postnatal runner' online package as I was keen to get back into running as soon as possible after the birth of my first baby. I really didn't know much about how to return to running safely after a baby but was very aware of the complications that women can experience, the occurrence of which I knew would be more likely if I didn't prepare properly. I was surprised by how little information there is about this area online and as a qualified GP myself, I know that this area is not covered in depth in medical training despite your Gp being the person who often 'clears you to exercise' at a 6 week check. For all these reasons I was so happy to find Rosie's course and that it really is a complete guide to returning to running safely, I think it is essential for anyone embarking on this journey. Rosie was also very helpful in answering several questions that I had via email. I have just completed the couch to 5k programme and am so happy to be running again, free from any pelvic dysfunction or other symptoms, the physical and mental benefits of being able to get out and run are fantastic. Thank you Rosie.