How to Return To Running Postpartum
The Ultimate Evidence-Based Physiotherapy Guide for Running After a Baby
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Returning to running postpartum is tough (but so rewarding)!
This ebook will help you get back to running (or start running for the first time) with helpful, practical tips and advice from running physiotherapists.
As the newborn phase settles behind you and you start to contemplate the process of returning to running, or perhaps of starting to run for the first time, you will probably find that there is an overwhelming amount of information in internet-land and it can be hard to know where to start. It’s hard enough to cope with the physical stresses of new mothering and sleep deprivation without having to wade through pages of misinformation and false starts too.
The purpose of this guide is to give you the best evidence-based information we have available from experts in running and postpartum health. We want to take the guesswork, the jargon, the hype, and the filters off the process, and help you return to running postpartum safely.
What’s Included in This FREE E-Book:
Detailed descriptions of postpartum core & pelvic floor anatomy
Information about how to avoid pelvic floor dysfunction and stress incontinence
The role postpartum hormones play in your return to running journey
Common postpartum running injuries and what to do to prevent them
Postpartum core strengthening workouts
A detailed return to running physiotherapy screen - check your readiness to return to running at home
Practical physiotherapy tips and advice on how best to return to running postpartum
… plus much more packed into 50 pages!
About the Author
Alina a physiotherapist and strength & conditioning specialist based in Adelaide, South Australia. She graduated from the University of South Australia in 2011 and works as a sports physiotherapist focusing on running performance and injury rehabilitation. She’s developed training and rehab methods based on years of clinical experience and up-to-date scientific evidence. Her simple but effective approach has successfully helped thousands of runners overcome repetitive injuries and get back to running faster and healthier.
Alina is also a passionate runner and wants to create a conversation for mothers to ask questions, establish safe running habits, enable them to return to running safely and establishing great pelvic and core health as part of a happy running program.
Lead Physiotherapist at The Runners Physio