Optimal health starts at a very early age. In fact, it begins prenatally, or in the mother’s womb. Maternal exercise has been proven to be one component to promoting a healthy start for your baby. Specifically, aerobic exercise has a positive impact on an infant’s nervous system development of motor skills at one month of age.
Are you a new mama and experiencing neck or upper back pain? The long hours you spend feeding your baby can inevitably lead to forward head and rounded shoulder posture if you aren’t mindful of your posture during this life-sustaining duty you do multiple times a day. Read on to learn three easy ways to use a simple foam roller to help keep you moving better so you can mom better…without lingering neck or shoulder blade pain!
Are you worried about exercising when you’re pregnant? Read about these 9 myths to learn about the benefits for mom and baby from physical activity during pregnancy.