The Miracle Box Complete Birth Ball Package gets even better! September 16 2014
The Miracle Box Complete Birth Ball Package gets even better!
Why Is this?
We have loaded so much information online, that is simple and easy to download to any device (phone, tablet or PC) to help you during your pregnancy and labour.
Not only do you get a class leading birth ball and pump (anti-burst, non-slip surface ball) you also get information on:
Optimal Foetal Positioning
- Late Pregnancy Postures.
- Getting your baby into the best positions for birth.
- Exercises to help move your baby.
- Helpful positioning tips during labour with your birth ball.
Information Sheets on Birth & Labour Positions using a Birth Ball
Series of helpful photographs and descriptions to help you during the labour and birth of your baby
PLUS the DVD is now online for you to access and view anytime. This DVD has been divided up into 4 sections:
- Light Core Exercises
- Pelvic Floor Exercises
- and, Self Checking for Diastasis Recti (Abdominal Separation)
PLUS our fabulous high quality exercise wall charts for safe and effective pregnancy, post natal and advanced toning and stretching exercises. Designed by pre and post natal exercise specialists will also be online very soon
For more information visit www.themiraclebox.co.uk
Weight Training When Pregnant January 22 2014
Its that time of year again! New Year Resolutions. Everybody want to get fit, introduce a diet, meet somebody new etc... We often get asked is it safe to continue exercising when pregnant? We could write all day about this, however, below is an article we published some time ago, that helps answer a few questions on weight training during pregnancy.
A recent study by the University of Georgia has suggested that supervised, moderate intensity weight training is safe and beneficial for pregnant women.
The report, Safety and Efficacy of Supervised Strength Training Adopted in Pregnancy observed 32 pregnant women undertaking strength training twice a week for three months.
The results show that no injuries occurred while potentially adverse symptoms (such as dizziness) were very infrequent – taking place only during 2.1 per cent of all sessions.
The benefits were recorded and produced significant results – the percentage increases in external load from weeks 1 to 12 were 36 percent for leg press, 39 per cent for leg curl, 39 per cent for lat pull down, 41 per cent for lumbar extension and 56 per cent for leg extension.
Blood pressure was unchanged following acute exercise sessions and after 12 weeks of exercise training. The researches concluded: “The adoption of a supervised, low-to-moderate intensity strength training program during pregnancy can be safe and efficacious for pregnant women.”
The study was published in the current issue of Journal of Physical Activity and Health (volume 8, Issue 3, March 2011). For a synopsis click here. or for more information visit exercise professionals
If you would like to continue exercising during pregnancy, the miracle box complete birth-ball package, provides safe and effective exercises during and after pregnancy, as well as information on Optimal Foetal Positioning, Late pregnancy postures, exercises to help move your baby plus getting baby into the best postition for birth plus so much more.. click here to find out more