I first wrote this post a year ago. I wanted to update it as I have grown a lot as a coach in the last year. Since it first posted it seems as though coning is much more well known – but it seems the scales have tipped from unknown information to information that has… Continue reading Coning: What Is It and Why You Should Care V2
I am a Fitness and Nutrition Coach, not a pelvic floor physical therapist (PFPT), yet I have been writing about PFPT for the past few weeks. So, what does one have to do with the other? First I just want to note, I am a Fitness and Nutrition Coach who has studied pelvic health, pregnancy,… Continue reading Your Pelvic Floor & A Fitness Coach: What Does One Have to Do With the Other?
The CrossFit Games season officially begins today with the announcement of 19.1 - the first workout of 5 for the CrossFit Open. Who is this blog for? You are in the right place if you are pregnant, postpartum, have any pelvic floor considerations (leaking urine at anytime including jumping and lifting, diastasis recti which is… Continue reading CF Open 19.1 Movement Strategy Playbook for the Pregnant & Postpartum Athlete
I wasn't always as knowledgeable about pregnant and postpartum athleticism as I am now. For those of you that may not know me, my name is Kerri Grace and I am the owner of Grace Fitness and Nutrition. I started my coaching journey about 6 years ago in CrossFit and have since also gotten my… Continue reading 9 Essential Tools For Coaching Pregnant & Postpartum Athletes
If you are pregnant, may want to get pregnant one day, have had a child, are a woman, or know someone that fits the bill, then this post is for you. I speak to alignment in terms pregnancy and postpartum but this really applies to everyone in terms of pelvic floor functionality. I am continuing… Continue reading Proper Alignment is Everything: Why You Should Bother & How To Find Yours.
I have since updated this post 🙂 Click here to read the latest version! If you are pregnant, may want to get pregnant some day, are postpartum, or know someone that is then this article is for you. Coning is a big thing I wish I had known about while (or ideally before) I was… Continue reading Coning. What is it and Why Should I Care?
Memorial Day Murph Movement Strategy Playbook for Pregnancy and Postpartum Athletes Every year on Memorial Day, it has become a tradition for CrossFit gyms around the country to do the Hero WOD, “Murph”. The work out as prescribed (RX) is as follows: For time: 1 mile Run 100 Pull-ups 200 Push-ups 300 Squats 1… Continue reading “Murph” Movement Strategy Playbook for Pregnant and Postpartum Athletes
Today my heart is just so happy and full. It’d be a lie to tell you the past two years have been easy. It hasn’t. It’s hard to be pregnant. It’s even harder to be pregnant and navigate how to continue working out safely. It’s hard to give birth. And it’s hard to take care… Continue reading A Peek Into My Own Postpartum Journey. Coming Back from Diastasis Recti and Umbilical Hernia.
So you may have heard that it's a good idea to read the nutrition facts and ingredient labels of anything that you buy at the grocery store. But sometimes when you're looking at the ingredients, it can be really hard to know exactly what you are looking at. Hidden sugars are sneaking their way into… Continue reading How to Spot Hidden Sugars
The world is super busy these days, right? Everyone has somewhere to be, five minutes ago...and somewhere else to be ten minutes after that. We have jobs, significant others, children, parents, siblings, friends....never mind hobbies or other interests that WE want to have time for. Now add in leading a healthy lifestyle, going to the… Continue reading Five Simple Things You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Health