Because of the coronavirus we all have to stay home until the 4th of May. This means that we cannot yet enter the parks to exercise together. Of course we would now like to have spring break trained with you outside the coming weeks!
Despite that, we are really overwhelmed by your enthusiasm to train live from the garden or living room. We are so proud that so many members participate at home.
In a healthy pregnancy, you can continue to exercise until your delivery date. In fact, it is even recommended to keep moving and to keep your fitness level up. Your body will change over time, so adjust your sports schedule accordingly. Do not force anything and listen carefully to your body during movement and immediately afterwards.
Can you use some lunch inspiration? Alternate bread and salads with this zucchini carrot omelette. This omelette can be eaten hot or cold. Prepare this dish the night before so that you can take it the next day in your lunch box to work or school. Also great for a picnic.
What would you do if a challenge you waited for so long arises, but in Singapore? Founder of Mom in Balance and SHE Performance, Esther van Diepen, didnâ€™t have to think long about this. In the middle of her sabbatical, she had the opportunity to run her own Mom in Balance location in Singapore and further expand the network of women in Asia and Australia. Together with her husband and four children, she embarks on a whole new adventure. Why? You can read that here!
During and after your pregnancy, your pelvic floor muscles play an important role. In this article, we will tell you about the functions of the pelvic floor, how the pelvic floor works during and after pregnancy and we will share a good exercise to find your pelvic floor.
When you are a new mum, every decision you need to make for you little bub can sometimes be so hard! With the Mom in Balance program we can prepare you physically and mentally for birth and after, but less on breastfeeding, when to start solid foods and what to choose? Luckily among our members we have Kathy, a Paediatric Dietitian.
It really has nothing to do with sculpting a six-pack....! Every day you will see great pictures of fit girls in bikini's on Instagram; there is an all-consuming obsession with having a flat, six-pack stomach. It's what's deeper that really counts not how your belly looks from the outside.