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Motherhood – Mom’s Personal Trainer | Fitness for Energy & Vibrancy in Motherhood


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What’s the secret to greater energy in motherhood? Exercise, of course. Moving our bodies helps us keep up with all the little bodies in our home and can increase self-esteem, mental health, and happiness, too. But it isn’t always easy to get that workout in when you’re a mom, is it? Especially when you don’t know where to begin. Today, I’m talking with Allan Misner, Personal Trainer and creator of 40+ Fitness & podcast series, about the best ways to exercise when you’re a mom, no matter what your age or stage of motherhood. Allan has created a simple, effective fitness routine specifically for mothers, and he’ll walk you through each step in this episode. Join Allan and me as we share our best secrets to mom fitness. Then, be sure to download Allan’s FREE motherhood fitness video routine, here. And check out my book, 8 Keys to Mental Health Through Exercise for more on how to get motivated, overcome roadblocks and keep moving throughout motherhood.

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