If there’s 1 thing that’s become abundantly clear over the past 6 weeks, it’s how incredibly adaptable we are as humans.
We know it’s tough right now for everyone to do things that build and protect their health.
With more sitting, computer time, desk work… our spines are definitely taking a beating.
Now’s a great time to try out those desk-bound exercises we talk about all the time… you know, the ones that you’d like to do, but feel embarrassed to try with all your coworkers watching? 🤣
Now’s your chance to try them out, find the ones that really help you, and lock in the habit so that when you go back to the office, it won’t matter what they say!
And even more importantly, protect your spine, and limit any damage until you can get back to your regular check-up schedule.
Not so long ago, the recommendations for activity during pregnancy were basically non-existent. The standard advice was to rest as much as possible and for some pregnant women, extended bed rest was recommended if minor complications arose.
The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology released the physical activity guidelines for pregnancy in 2019 both encouraging woman to exercise and, answering the question… how should I exercise while pregnant?
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