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Emily low kneeling and side-bending towards her baby lying on the mat

On the inhale, the diaphragm contracts, but the belly softens. Release and relax any tension in the pelvis, the hip flexors and glutes. On the exhale, the diaphragm releases and the core contracts, to expel the air from the lungs. Here, we can lift and tone the pelvic floor muscles to ensure we expel every last drop of air from that breath before we inhale again.

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Sunday, December 26th, 2021

Emily a white blonde woman is standing with her pram looking away from it wearing activewear and a backpack

With HF, I’m trying to opt out of a socially constructed BS version of “enough exercise”, and free you to consider what enough might be for you. If you want more – do more! But make sure it’s because you genuinely want more, not because you think 10-15 minutes a day can’t really be enough.

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Tuesday, December 21st, 2021

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