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Motherhood is an emotional rollercoaster – but how do I know what’s normal?

Motherhood is a rollercoaster of extreme emotions and it can be hard sometimes to know what is normal and when a little helping hand is needed. Louise Hurley shares her personal experience of becoming a mum and explains when and where you can ask for help.

The Top 5 Reasons Why Diets Don’t Work

Many women find themselves trapped in the cycle of on-again off-again dieting without understating why these same diets keep failing to provide them with long-lasting results. Diet recovery coach Lu-Lu Thompson explains the top 5 reasons why diets don't work.

Trauma and the body: how it can show up in funny ways and how we can help shift it

Trauma is such a vast and complex thing, and it shows up in different ways for different people. Thea Baker, a body-based trauma counsellor, looks into the impact that trauma can have on our minds as well as our bodies.

How to modify your training and still progress even when mum-life gets hectic

When life gets lifey, it’s often your training that’s the first to go. If you’re active and enjoy movement, you can still train in a way that honours how you feel – it doesn’t have to be all or nothing. Olivia Park explains how to modify your training to still progress even when mum life gets hectic.

Why it’s important to understand your birth story (no matter how long ago you gave birth)

As mums we have so many experiences in common but our pregnancy and birth stories differ greatly. But now that you’ve done the hard work, baby is home and you're recovering well, what’s the point in re-visiting your birth story? It's important, and Louise Hurley explains why.

How to get your libido back after having a baby

You're feeling mostly like yourself again after having a baby. You're working out, throwing a few social engagements in the mix and feeling like life has more flow to it. There's something missing though. Your libido. It's MIA. If you're asking: Where is my libido after having a baby? This is for you.

I think I’ve broken my metabolism dieting – what do I do now?

Historically, the most commonly marketed way to rapidly lose body fat was to eat as little as possible and to train hard. We are just now starting to understand the serious health implications of this old school methodology. Diet recovery coach Lu-Lu Thompson explains what to do if you think you've messed up your metabolism dieting.

Why you need your mums and bubs class during COVID-19 more than ever before

A few weeks ago before COVID-19, life with a baby and/or a toddler was hard enough! Now, you can't even leave the house and you're missing YOUR time. That's why now, more than ever, you need your mums and bubs fitness class - even if it happens to be virtual.

How to look after body and mind through a global pandemic

Living through a global pandemic is challenging and stressful. Just getting by functionally and emotionally is absolutely fine – we don't have to make any radical changes to our lifestyle to protect ourselves and our family. But, there are small things we can do to help look after our body and mind. Louise Hurley gives us FIVE simple tips.

Managing Stress and Avoiding Burnout in Motherhood

Mums are the world's best multitaskers but all of this responsibility can leave us feeling stressed, anxious, exhausted and burnt out. Louise Hurley gives us some tips on how to manage these feelings and some practical things we can do to manage stress.

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