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Go through the following exercise and only break 20 seconds when you need to transition to the next exercise for both sequences. Before working with Robin I was very enthusiastic about trying to convince my older friends and clients in their 50's and 60's, that training with kettlebells properly is a must!
I am truly excited to share this beautiful story about a wonderful couple who has clearly made some amazing life lasting changes.
During my first pregnancy I suffered from extreme lower back pain and sciatica and it was very early on in the pregnancy which was strange.
I told Lauren about my previous back issues and how I was very concerned that the kettlebell exercises looked so hard on your back. The strength, conditioning and new found health I have achieved through both kettlebells and the influence of good nutrition will stay with me forever and I will be able to pass that on to my children. I’ve been actively involved with some form of sports or fitness activity for as long as I can remember. In my opinion, a significant part of being able to successfully maintain my level of activity came from eating a fairly well balanced and nutritious diet. My days of exercising for 1 to 2 hours per day were reduced to 1 to 2 hours per week and gradually decreased to almost 0 hrs per week as time went on. The day I finished Graduate School I made a commitment that I would do my best to try and set aside more time to exercise and stay overall more active. Many of you know that I have struggled with losing the baby weight and it is something that I have written about on the blog before. Being pregnant meant that I didn't have to worry about lumps and bumps because I was supposed to have those lumps and bumps! Pregnancy weight gain is inevitable; however, there are many different ways to deal with it.
I'm incredibly lucky that I had two very easy pregnancies and was able to get pregnant so easily. Disclaimer: This post was produced in collaboration with Maternity Sale and I received compensation for my time in publishing it.
Stretch marks: Ohh yes, those wretched things are back with a vengeance and it only took them one week longer than last time to appear! Best moment this week: This is going to sound pretty silly but I actually really enjoyed baking over the weekend! Julie Graham9 January 2015 at 20:41My first was born April 10, 2014 so fun to come across your blog about your second born just the day before.
I had random lower back problems for a couple years prior to that also but just seemed to me like I had a weak back. She promised me that once I learned the correct form I would only be strengthening my back and core which will help me in the long run.
I grew up playing football, soccer, basketball and baseball and also participated in a few short distance running races just for fun.
As we all know, when we are young it’s easy to not eat as healthy as one should and can still get away with it. I mean going out and playing a friendly game of basketball with friends was a struggle, or going for an easy bike ride at the beach was just too hard.
I started out by just walking a few miles several times a week, and then moved on to jogging a mile or two per week.
Something I haven't written about though is the fact that I actually really loved my body while I was pregnant.

Yes, it has been hard to lose the weight afterwards, but it's giving me a sense of satisfaction in doing so, and it's a great motivating factor to improve my health. It was something I thought about all the time, and if truth be told, I was a little obsessed about it.
Many women are not, and so I try to be thankful for what my body was able to do, rather than lament the way it looked during my pregnancies or how it looks now.
As per my disclosure policy, I would only ever publish content that I believe in and feel has benefit for my readers. Here we are at the last bump update :) I am officially 40 weeks pregnant - today is the due date! Thankfully they are still only in the one area (around my bellybutton) but I have gotten more this week :( The reason I can tell is because the old ones are white, whereas these new ones are blue-ish.
My sister talked me into writing a blog on my little one so she could stay in touch better and it has become a great way to journal and keep up with my baby! Neither the service provider nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advertisers.
And I still eat some sweets just not the muffins and cookies and cakes that I used to go for - now it’s a little frozen yogurt or dark chocolate. Clearly I became inundated with both work and schoolwork and unfortunately to keep up I chose to eliminate exercise all together. Despite the fact that I put on quite a bit of weight during both my pregnancies  I actually felt more comfortable dressing my pregnant body than I did my non-pregnant body. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't look at my girls and marvel at the fact that I made them. In her spare time she writes about the Vietnam War and chases after a toddler who constantly steals her bookmarks. Unfortunately, baby "Junior" has decided he isn't ready to make an entrance yet so we are still waiting. The leggings aren't maternity but were always too big and I'm wearing one of my Boob nursing tops that doubles up as a maternity one. I'm crossing my fingers and toes that they fade afterwards because no matter what anyone else says, stretch marks are NOT a fun aspect of pregnancy! Although my second pregnancy was definitely harder, I think that's pretty normal and I did still enjoy it :) I hope you guys will continue to follow along with my postpartum journey and although the bump updates are finished I will do my best to keep Mommy Mondays a regular series on my blog.
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Anyway, I decided to shed the rest of the weight by training for a triathlon in my neighborhood. On average I would say I spent 1 to 2 hours per day exercising or doing some form of fitness activity. I noticed that I had a little more energy which was good seeing as we just had our first child and would definitely need the extra endurance for that. At first it didn’t interest me in any way as it looked awkward, nor did it really seem enjoyable or beneficial. A little update on my membrane sweep which I had last week - well, obviously it was unsuccessful but I also kind of knew it would be after my doctor's visit because he said baby's head wasn't fully engaged yet and he still had a bit more to go. I have my last doctor's appointment on Tuesday by which stage if the baby hasn't come already we will be planning the induction date!
I love that you set specific questions to answer- what a great way to keep track from pregnancy to pregnancy. Fitness is only part of the puzzle to have the happy and healthy quality of life people strive for.
I didn’t actually do an organized triathlon – I did my own little one in my neighborhood!

Crazy work schedules meant fast food for lunch, junk food for snacks and midnight dinners right before bed only to wake up and do it all over again the next day.
I did not make any real changes to my diet as I really wasn’t convinced that would have much of an impact on how I was feeling. During that winter our local pool had closed for repairs and so I couldn’t swim as part of my normal routine. It's really a miracle when you think about it, and how hard it is for so many people as well.
I left my appointment feeling a little bit disheartened but at least I knew not to get my hopes up. My energy level was decreased to the point where I felt I needed to nap each day and even on the weekends had little to no energy or desire for that matter to exercise.
One thing was obvious though I wasn’t really losing any significant weight or gaining any new muscle definition.
After several weeks of watching my wife do the videos I reluctantly chose to give Kettlebells a try and I haven’t looked back since.
I started like many others just doing Lauren’s Volume 1 video at home using a 26 lbs Kettlebell. I know these aren’t super heavy bells but I also know my limitations and have learned to listen to my body. I mixed this new Kettlebell routine in with my running and biking and then worked my way up to signing up for one of Lauren’s classes. Partly due to my competitive nature and partly in order to keep up with my fellow triathlon focused co-workers.
She really proved that Kettlebells was an effective way of strengthening one’s body while having fun at the same time. It was a terrible pattern that I had got myself into and really missed the days of feeling energetic and just overall healthy. I started gradually increasing my running distance from 2 to 3 miles, to 5 or 6 miles per week, riding my bike 10-20 miles per week and swimming 1 mile per week. I'm sure there was an element of vanity there but all the changes and my body not being mine was a challenge for me. I went from doing Kettlebells once a week to combining it into my routine 3 or 4 times per week.
It did feel great though being active again and slowly but surely the weight started to come off. After about 2 years of consistent training I was able to bring my weight down from 235lbs to 205lbs. I am happily gaining pregnancy weight and know once I have my kids I will loose it all again. In fact a buddy of mine challenged each other to go out and do our own Half Ironman distance race (1.2 mile Swim, 56 mile Bike and 13 mile Run) which took about 6 hours to complete. It was a great achievement and I never would have thought that I could have done it seeing as where I’d let myself get to just a short time ago. I refuse to be on a diet but do try to eat a balanced diet with plenty of naughties here and there. I could be much more controlled but figure this is the one time in my life where I don't have to feel guilty, I look giant anyway so what's a few extra kg?
My body did change though, it seems I have bumps and lumps in different places than I did before.

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