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alisonaroberts #COCOMATCHA #win #competition yes please. Pick me ㅤㅤㅤ ㅤㅤㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ ㅤㅤㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ 2d

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alisonaroberts Umm...excuse me. I need to wash those sheets. #Bella #instacat #catsofinstagram #rescue #awlqld #awlqldpastguests 3d

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alisonaroberts Great advice! #Repost @mumafit with @repostapp.
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Day 21: Women’s Health Group - Want an optimal post natal recovery? Well exercise is only one part of the equation. Whilst many of these will occur simultaneously, I generally recommend travelling clockwise above!
Each of the six steps above are key components of an optimal post natal recovery. Your body has an amazing ability to heal, but you can help it along by respecting it with all of the good things it needs to thrive. A nourishing diet can enhance pelvic floor function, c section recovery and abdominal healing, but is commonly overlooked once life gets busy with baby. So resist the urge to rush back into your exercise regime, and be sure to heal from the inside out with adequate nourishment and plenty of rest, and then get the right support you need to move your body safely Repost and tag #womenshealthgroup #WHG to win prizes from @klinikkforalle @ericazeil @pregnancyexercise @@jessiemundell and tag hosts @knockedupfitness @mumafit @thelotusmethod @oteopathyheartmindhands
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alisonaroberts Thanks Aunt Steph and Aunt Catherine for the baby blanket! #James #baby #sofluffy #bringonwinter 6d

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alisonaroberts Breakfast in bed on a rainy Friday morning #GoldCoast #rainy #smoothie #breakfast 6d

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alisonaroberts I could have sworn I swaddled you and tucked you in a mere 20 minutes ago... #James #baby #newborn #motherhood #parenting #13weeks 1w

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Amaro Alison Roberts
alisonaroberts #paleocafeburleigh #mypaleo #competition would love to win this book! Recipes sound so yummy 1w

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alisonaroberts Thanks for the outfit Aaron and Meg! #James #baby #newborn #13weeks #maternityleave #instababy 1w

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alisonaroberts OMG @kimwheeler_art I can have peanut butter for all meals of the day now. Summer Peanut Butter Curry from the new @lornajaneactive #cleaneating book. Thank goodness #baby #James doesn't have a peanut allergy. #yum #nomnom #peanutbutter 1w

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alisonaroberts #rycompetitions Pick me. In need of some post pregnancy fitness and beauty ASAP. 1w

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alisonaroberts #Repost @mumafit with @repostapp.
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Sounds advice and something I'm commonly banging my drum about!

by @pregnancyexercise "WOMENS HEALTH EXPERTS UNITE" DAY 11

Repost to win some great prizes! 'Us experts' have certainly been there and understand how you may want to 'get back into it' soon after having baby, if not immediately! This however is not the best way to recover.
If you have maintained your exercise during your pregnancy your recovery will be quick and you probably feel more recovered after your birth than you actually are! This is were problems can arise and New mums can start to push too hard too soon and end up doing all the wrong sorts of exercise.
New Mums need to remember that they have to recover from pregnancy, labour and birth whilst also adapting to yet more physical and emotional challenges.
Its not easy functioning on 2-4 hours sleep every night, learning to breastfeed and look after a new-born, it places many demands on the body both physically and emotionally.

Give yourself time. A new study suggests that mums need 12 months to both physically and emotionally recover and I couldn't agree more.

You can start to exercise soon after birth as I know how doing something for yourself can boost your mood and it can also reduce PND.
You just need to follow exercise programs that promote recovery and wellness.
Its your HIIT, Circuit classes and Bootcamps etc that you need to avoid as it is often these classes and pushing your body too hard too soon that won't actually do you any favours.

In fact long term, pushing your body when you are recovering and fatigued will delay your recovery and set you back. This can then increase an array of other issues including post partum depression, hernia's, prolapse and chronic fatigue to name just a few.

Go easy on yourself, enjoy your newborn and look after you.

#womenshealthgroup #WHG #fitmumhealth #pregnancy to win prizes from @klinikkforalle @ericaziel@pregnancyexercise tag all hosts @knockedupfitness @mumafit @jessiemundell @thelotusmethod @osteopathyheartmindhands
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  •   osteopathyheartmindhands If you tag all hosts And sponsors you are in for The prize draw. Just copy And paste The text as well 1w
  •   alisonaroberts Thanks @osteopathyheartmindhands will fix that now. 1w
  •   alisonaroberts #Repost @mumafit with @repostapp.
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Sounds advice and something I'm commonly banging my drum about!

    by @pregnancyexercise "WOMENS HEALTH EXPERTS UNITE" DAY 11

    Repost to win some great prizes! 'Us experts' have certainly been there and understand how you may want to 'get back into it' soon after having baby, if not immediately! This however is not the best way to recover.
    If you have maintained your exercise during your pregnancy your recovery will be quick and you probably feel more recovered after your birth than you actually are! This is were problems can arise and New mums can start to push too hard too soon and end up doing all the wrong sorts of exercise.
    New Mums need to remember that they have to recover from pregnancy, labour and birth whilst also adapting to yet more physical and emotional challenges.
    Its not easy functioning on 2-4 hours sleep every night, learning to breastfeed and look after a new-born, it places many demands on the body both physically and emotionally.

    Give yourself time. A new study suggests that mums need 12 months to both physically and emotionally recover and I couldn't agree more.

    You can start to exercise soon after birth as I know how doing something for yourself can boost your mood and it can also reduce PND.
    You just need to follow exercise programs that promote recovery and wellness.
    Its your HIIT, Circuit classes and Bootcamps etc that you need to avoid as it is often these classes and pushing your body too hard too soon that won't actually do you any favours.

    In fact long term, pushing your body when you are recovering and fatigued will delay your recovery and set you back. This can then increase an array of other issues including post partum depression, hernia's, prolapse and chronic fatigue to name just a few.

    Go easy on yourself, enjoy your newborn and look after you.

    #womenshealthgroup #WHG #fitmumhealth #pregnancy to win prizes from @klinikkforalle @ericaziel@pregnancyexercise tag all hosts @knockedupfitness @mumafit @jessiemundell @thelotusmethod @osteopathyheartmindhands 1w

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alisonaroberts One of the perks of @mcintyrethomas working in hotels...gets to bring home stuff like this. Anyone know what kind of flowers these are? Need to make sure they aren't deadly to cats or dogs. #freebie #flowers #sunday 2w

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alisonaroberts #James is getting ready for his first #AustraliaDay next weekend. #baby #newborn #12weeks #maternityleave #parenting 2w

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alisonaroberts #baby #James is trying to mimic me blowing raspberries . Almost there little buddy. #newborn #motherhood #maternityleave 2w

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alisonaroberts What a surprise this morning...and dad was home to see it. #James #baby #newborn #12weeks #parenting #maternityleave #motherhood 2w

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alisonaroberts Happy 6th birthday to this gorgeous (and slightly overweight) girl and of course, the best cuddler ever. #Bella #instacat #catsofinstagram #awlqld #awlqpastguests 2w

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