My three favourites in one... push-up progress ... 💪🏼#transformationtuesday👯♀️ and @womensbest activewear 💕 the first video was taken 6 weeks after my breast augmentation (once I had the all clear to resume upperbody training) and the second video was taken on Sunday AFTER an upperbody workout 🙌🏼💪🏼. approx 6 months later .... im not where I want to be YET... its been a longer road back than I thought but it’s coming and it’s getting better all the time... I still need to work on my posture and the number of reps I can comfortably do ..but I’m pretty happy to be able to do them on my toes again... . . lots of you have asked me about chest exercises after surgery and I was fortunate to find a surgeon who was experienced working with athletes and fitness competitors and who encouraged me to resume all aspects of my training including push-ups and chest presses... I thought this would be the norm for all women going through breast surgery but I was suprised to hear so many of you who had consultations, tell me you had been told u would have to avoid training this area... my advice would be to make sure you fully trust your surgeon and be open with him/her from the beginning about your fitness goals ... recommendations for plastic surgeons are great but do your own research too and find the right surgeon FOR YOU. . . #womensbest#womensbestpartner . .
#tbt to not so long ago, when Marie was a tiny fluffy snowball, dreaming of being big enough to jump onto the couch 💖❄️🐰⭐️ • Marie is doing great after her surgery, slowly returning to her normal self and healing very well 💕 Thank you all for your supporting messages 🐰⭐️
Yavaş yavaş antrenmanlara başladık😊🙈 Tekrar antrenman yapmaya başlamak cimnastik salonunun içine tekrar girebilmek bile beni inanılmaz mutlu ediyor🙃Ameliyattan sonra kaygılarım vardı tekrar eskisi gibi olabilir miyim acaba diye ama her şeyi bir kenara bıraktım ve asla pes etmiyorum👊🏻Çalışmaya devam💪🏻 Started training again after my surgery🤗 I am very excited for this process and for the new chapter of my life🙂Never giving up😉 #postsurgery #1weekaftersurgery #nevergiveup #workworkwork
The sky was beautiful this morning. So glad I got out for a short gentle run. I've been resting my back for over a week now and it felt so good to get out. I'm training for the Osterley 10K on December 9th. . . . I am doing this run for a couple of reasons. 12 years ago I underwent spinal surgery after suffering years of debilitating pain. It was understood that I might never carry children and might not ever run! I now have two lovely kids and I started running in August this year for the first time ever with the help and support of my dear friend @chev1va . . . I have decided to raise money for the Transverse Myelitis Society. I had never heard of the condition until last year when my sons friend, was diagnosed after a viral infection. The condition affected Archie's mobility and he continues to work with physiotherapists until this day. His strength and determination is inspiring and I feel so lucky he is a friend to my son. . . Transverse Myelitis is a rare neurological condition which affects the spinal cord. The rarity of the disorder, along with the variable presentation of symptoms, complicates the diagnosis for GPs and Casualty staff. The Transverse Myelitis Society helps support those with or affected by Transverse Myelitis and its associated conditions. . Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity. . . Please donate whatever you can and support me in my 10K run for this great cause! . . www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sharon-walters3 . . . . #sunrise#photography#sky#suburbs#ealing#northfields#womenrunners#runmummyrun#running#postsurgery#12years#selfcare#endorphins#nofilter#tranversemyelitis#fundraising#charityrun