Phase 3: Performance
Steady State, HIIT, Mobility
You've made it. You are feeling good, things are firing as they should and pee is minimal. It doesn't mean you are done, it just means we get to have more FUN!
On the Road Again
Let's discuss the difference between steady state and HIIT (high intensity interval training) and why they are both important in a mama's life.
Running can be one of the best and easiest ways to get your steady state cardio in. Before you start pushing that stroller and go for a run make sure your body (ie ankles, knees, and hips) is ready to take on the impact and stay injury free.
"I am so glad I found Sandy. After two babies in 2 years, I never thought I would be running again pain free. -Lauren
Monthly Classes & Suggested Calendar
It's time to run, jump, and push ourselves to the max. As you get into your training schedule remember it is good to find a balance between steady state cardio, high intensity interval training and keeping the joints happy.
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Bonus: Body Blast! Series
20 minute bodyweight workouts that fit in your busy sechedule
I know the mama lifestyle leaves us busy and tired most of the time, therefore I wanted to include this special gift for you. Here are 4 - 20 minute bodyweight workouts great for a quick sweat in between changing diapers, chasing toddlers and finding self care time.