Thoracic Pain & Large Breasts : How to manage the discomfort

  The thoracic spine is the section of spine between your cervical spine (neck) and lumbar spine (lower back). Each vertebrae of the thoracic spine has a rib connected on either side and the upper ribs connect to the sternum at the front of your body. Due to the attachment of the rib cage to the […]
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Regaining Core Strength After Pregnancy

By Libby Nuttall, Personal Trainer and She Science Ambassador So you’ve had your baby, congratulations! Now it’s time to smash a few ab workouts and flatten that mummy tummy, right?! Wrong. On so many levels, wrong. Pregnancy puts huge strain on your core and pelvic floor and now is the time for rehabilitation, not […]
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Overcoming Adversity + Accepting Change

By Carol Cooke, She Science Ambassador   There are three things in life that are certain: death, which none of us want to see; taxes, which none of us like to pay; and change, which most of us dislike.  However change happens every single day of our lives, from the little things to big crisis’ […]
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Breast Feeding + Exercise

By Libby Nuttall   There are so many questions running through your mind as a new mum, many of those about breastfeeding. For something so natural, it can actually be pretty hard to get the hang of! Exercise is not only safe, but recommended while breastfeeding. Studies show exercise does not have any long term […]
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Breast feeding Sports Bras for new Mum’s

By Libby Nuttal, founder of Miracle Months   After the birth of my first son in 2013, I couldn’t wait to get back into training and was eager to pound the pavement. But alas! Those lovely little B cup beauties had grown to the size of a grapefruit! Layered up with a random variety of […]
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A guide to returning to training after a break

By Catherine Allison,  Triathlete, Oseopath + She Science Ambassador   As I write “February” on my client notes I can’t help but wonder where on earth did January go? While I’m not one for making New Years Resolutions I do know a number of people who have recently admitted they have decided to re start […]
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