On my last post, a few people asked how I had the time to exercise and prioritize health after having a baby. There is no short answer, but I can tell you what I didnt do and that's give up. Training after baby was 10,000 times harder than I thought it would be. I started training again around the six week mark and did as little as walking around the block, pushing the pram and squats onto the couch.
When I started working out at our gym again I felt like a complete beginner. Since I was the owner of the gym and a coach this was really hard but as I always say, I had to stop comparing myself to others despite all the mama's getting back into fitness way sooner than I did. I was on my own journey stayed in my lane and just did what I could. Some days that was five minutes, some days it was an awesome effort, some days i would get to my workout and just cry out of frustration because I didn't feel like I was getting anywhere. And I guess I lied at the beginning of the post, there were times I'd give up. I gave up 1000 times but I didn't stay there for long. Each day was new, I went for a walk, I got my body moving and even if it was for 10 minutes of that day I'm so glad I did it because in the end it has all added up and I feel strong, powerful and healthy again. It's possible and I will never stop preaching that every mama deserves to feel strong and healthy. // My Home Program is perfect if you can't get to the gym and you're time poor, 8 Weeks of Programming with full demonstration videos, link in my bio 💪🏽💕 #itrainwithreviejane