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New Moms: What is Your Path to Getting Fit and Feeling Great?

Consistent exercise is the key to helping new moms maintain both physical AND emotional health. Why? In those first weeks after birth, fatigue is common (if not constant), even if you’re able to achieve hours of sleep. Pregnancy takes a toll on your body and mind, and bouncing back to your normal self without exercise is not likely.

Healthy pregnancy lifestyle concept

Yoga exercise together at home on the floor

The physical benefits of exercise are obvious and proven. But what about the mental & emotional benefits?

Numerous studies prove exercise stimulates your levels of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine– brain chemicals that play an important role in regulating your mood. Boost your morale and feel great by working out to release endorphins, as well. Endorphins consist of a large group of peptides. They are produced by the central nervous system and the pituitary gland. Since endorphins act on the opiate receptors in our brains, they reduce pain and boost pleasure, resulting in a feeling of well-being. Endorphins are a chemical messenger that help relieve pain and stress, and result in better sleep.

How do you realize these benefits while taking care of a little one?

Generally speaking, it’s safe to begin exercising a few days after giving birth barring a difficult delivery or c-section, but many new moms are hesitant to visit the busy gym chains, and time/childcare is also a huge factor during that first year. You can get back in shape with or without a trainer or the gym:

African American mother pushing baby stroller on sidewalk

Walking is one of the easiest ways to drop pounds after giving birth

  • Walking is one of the easiest ways to drop pounds after giving birth– no equipment required. Whether you stroll or speed-walk, your body and mind will benefit.
  • A weighted jump rope will help you burn several calories per minute and can be used almost anywhere. Watch TV, listen to music, take it to the balcony or driveway.
  • Fitness experts consider the squat one of the top exercises to help almost anyone burn fat, lose weight, increase flexibility, and gain strength. As a versatile exercise that will give you a full body workout regardless of ability, skills or fitness level, proper squat form is important. An exercise board is a small investment to help you achieve your goals quickly.
  • Cycling is a healthy non-weight bearing exercise and can even be done safely with your newborn. Mountain bike, road bike, or stationary bike, the calories will fall off and your lower body and core will benefit.

Whatever your desired fitness level, get moving today and start feeling healthy as early as tomorrow. Remember, if you had a C-section or a complicated birth, talk to your health care provider before starting an exercise program.

Why Physical Therapists Have You Squatting to Reduce Hip Pain

Many people are not comfortable squatting and do not incorporate it into their regular workout routines for a number of reasons. It may be a lack of awareness of its benefits, lack of education of proper form, or for others, they may suffer from hip pain and believe they can’t squat. Truth be told, if you suffer from general hip pain or discomfort, not only can you squat, but you should as this exercise can play a key role in your recovery.

Squat technique is endlessly debated and mostly centers around the depth of the squat, where pressure is distributed though the foot or how wide apart your feet should be. The good news is, everyone can find a safe way to perform this exercise as long the understanding is that “one size does not fit all” and the correct range of motion varies from person to person. That said, keeping the squat controlled is the most important element of all.

You Can Increase Your Exercise Efficiency

When done properly, squat sets not only help with therapy, they also increase strength and overall cardiovascular fitness. Full body exercises such as the squat increase natural hormone release and are a great stimulus for muscle growth. Research shows that squatting is effective at preparing the body for activities requiring power output, strength, and speed.

The Squat is a Fitness Level Indicator

Squatting is a task that requires both trunk stability and mobility. Ankles, knees, and hips must flex while the core has to remain strong to maintain an upright torso. The squat is a functional movement—maybe not sexy to athletes, but crucial for avoiding injury due to pressure on the back or knees. Your patients benefit from this full body coordination.

You Will Strengthen Your Body

On average, Americans sit for more hours per day than they sleep! Sitting is affecting our physical anatomy and may be a factor in your patients’ hip pain. Poor cervical positioning, posterior pelvic tilt, little core strength, tight hamstrings, and an anterior femoral head position are the main afflictions of sitting all day. We have to correct these impairments with proper exercise.

Again, squatting requires core stability, and can strengthen the posterior chain. By breaking parallel with the thighs during a squat, the glutes and hamstrings can be fully recruited in order for this strengthening to occur. Hamstrings have been thought to be a fast-twitch muscle group, but they actually display a balanced fiber type leaning slightly toward more slow-twitch fibers. Utilizing this muscle group will go a long way toward helping your patients build endurance and reduce hip pain.

Proper Squat Form with Injury

Can You Squat While Injured?

Woman in gym with knee pain

If you are experiencing knee pain or have recently completed a rehabilitation program from a knee injury you CAN still do squats. If you are determined to continue your path to a healthier you, then squatting, and squatting correctly, will help you achieve your goals.  Squatting incorrectly however can exacerbate the injury or delay healing. Squats are effective for building muscle even while injured, but consult your physician before continuing.

Squats are a crucial lower-body strengthening exercise because they involve three major joints of the body: the hip, the knee and the ankle. However, the structure of these joints is susceptible to injuries during a squat, especially when using improper form. If you experience pain during squats, a few modifications to this exercise could be the solution that keeps you going as you heal.

Keep these fundamentals in mind. The American College of Sports Medicine recommends a few best practices for proper form when executing a modified or traditional squat:

Proper Squat Form

  • Keep spine straight
  • Exhale on exertion
  • Do not continue if fatigued
  • If form suffers, limit repetition
  • If knees hurt- stop
  • Allow recovery time

Now that you’re refreshed on proper squat form, let’s move on to the modifications.

Where to Hold Weights When Squatting
Do not hold a barbell across your upper back during injury recovery. Use dumbbells in each hand with your arms at your sides.

Beware of Over Use

Our bodies are able to recover from the damage induced by exercise, but too much damage can slow the healing process. Try cutting back to three sets of five, as the reduced volume may match your body’s capacity to recover.

Increase the Distance Between Your Feet
Keep your knees and toes pointing forward in this position to maintain proper form, but widen your stance. Begin with a light weight and gradually progress as your body adapts to the modification.

Shallow Knee Bends

Shallow standing knee bends build strength in the muscles on top of your thighs. Stand with your hands lightly resting on a space in front of you. Slowly bend your knees so that you squat down as if you were going to sit in a chair. Lower yourself about six inches. Your heels should remain on the floor. Go slow.

Limit Your Range of Motion

After an injury, modify squats by lowering yourself to a position comfortable for you, and always think about using your hips more than your knees.  With proper use of your hips, you can lift heavier amounts of weights when squatting, but adding weight when not using hips properly will place more strain on your lower back.

Why Personal Trainers Use Squat Exercises to Reduce Joint Pain

The CDC estimates that nearly 15 million Americans live with severe joint pain. Researchers note that painkillers such as acetaminophen and NSAID analgesics may temporarily help. Opioid therapy is not recommended as there is insufficient evidence for serious risks associated with long-term use. What can personal trainers do to help people facing this (often) disabling pain?

Let’s talk squats.

A common question from clients who suffer from knee pain is, “can I do squats?” YES. Low impact physical activity is an underutilized way to reduce knee and hip pain. Squats are an ideal solution when using correct form. Several of these exercises can diminish knee pain and tone hips and thighs. Unless the client has an injury or a joint disease, he or she can learn to lunge and squat without pain in very little time. Adding squats to a varied and comprehensive workout routine is a must. Squats not only work out the quads, hamstrings, and calves, but also improve upper body strength.

Woman showing a squat pose

Properly utilizing the hip hinge technique during a squat is important for a joint-friendly workout. If a client finds that squatting hurts his or her knees, then they are unknowingly putting excessive weight load on the knee joints.  This is a problem that is easily fixed by properly moving the hips backward during the downward motion and loading weight through the heels.

Check your client’s squat form. Are the knees in line with the feet? Good. Are the knees extending over the tips of the toes? Debated for years, the latest research shows this form is not detrimental as long as the feet are in full contact with the ground.  Advise your client to watch his or her form in the mirror to keep the weight properly shifted. Each move should be done slowly to ensure correct form.

If squats remain painful, look for a modification to build strength and balance. Try beginning the client in a seated position, then have him or her stand while keeping the weight in the heels to prevent the knees from shifting forward. A stability ball is also a good tool to use—placed between the client’s back and a wall while lowering the hips to the floor.

Keeping your clients on a balanced fitness schedule that includes cardio, strength training, and high-intensity interval training is important to their overall fitness. (As always, stretching is a key component for avoiding injury.) Two-three sets of squats a few times per week is ideal– more could lead to slower recovery time. Always tell your clients to pay attention to what their bodies are telling them!

 

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SmartSquat
[Re: Privacy Compliance Officer]
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