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Caffeine Effects on Bladder + Bowel – Pilates Fitness Article

Caffeine Effects on Bladder + Bowel 15 Jul Caffeine Effects on Bladder + Bowel Posted at 15:55h in Uncategorised by Annette Beauchamp The Good, The Bad, and The (aaaah) So Yummy   This is my lovely Mum enjoying her coffee. I talk to people about the effects of caffeine on the bladder and bowel –some effects are helpful, some are not.   I am asked about other effects of caffeine. I have completed a search of the pubmed/medline, and read major…

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Health and Holidays – Oxygen Pilates – Pilates Fitness Article

Health and Holidays – Oxygen Pilates Health and Holidays Health and Holidays! Here we are, holiday season is upon us! What a fantastic time of year to see family and friends and perhaps have a few extra days away from work or a regular schedule. Some people plan months in advance, some, just days and some only moments! But all for the same goal, to have FUN and relax! So, how does ‘health’ mix in with holidays? Although holidays are…

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Today – Lottie Murphy – Pilates Fitness Article

Today – Lottie Murphy Today I’m okay. Actually I’m more than okay. I’m almost off all my medication and I’m doing really good. I’m 100% recovered. I’ve been feeling myself for about 3 months now. I still can’t really believe it. I don’t think my loved ones can either. I gave one of my best friends a little squeeze and a kiss on the head the other weekend and she teared up and said to me “you’re back aren’t you.” …

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Breastfeeding and sleeping hormones – She Physio & Pilates – Pilates Fitness Article

Breastfeeding and sleeping hormones – She Physio & Pilates 23 Aug Breastfeeding and sleeping hormones Posted at 08:49h in Uncategorised by Annette Beauchamp Mums are aware of the changes in their breast milk across the day. Breast milk is produced in greater volumes in the morning, and looks thicker and creamier at the end of the day.   what is melatonin In adults, melatonin is produced by the pineal gland in the brain. Melatonin, tryptophan and other chemicals, increase from…

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What is Mindset? How can your mindset be a working tool for you? – Pilates Fitness Article

What is Mindset? How can your mindset be a working tool for you? What is Mindset? How can your mindset be a working tool for you? There are two types of mindsets; Fixed & Growth A fixed mindset is working with our known and familiar skills, intelligence and talents, repeating your successes, focusing on outcomes without pushing too hard beyond your comfort zone.  A fixed mindset can certainly keep you fit! A growth mindset is about acknowledging your goals beyond…

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Vaginismus & Vulvodynia: a GP’s perspective – Pilates Fitness Article

Vaginismus & Vulvodynia: a GP’s perspective 04 Sep Vaginismus & Vulvodynia: a GP’s perspective Posted at 11:50h in Uncategorised by Annette Beauchamp SHE welcomes our first guest blog contributor, Dr Elaine Sung from Doctors of South Melbourne. Have you heard of vaginismus? Ever been affected by vulvodynia? Both are two common conditions that impact the lives of many Australian women – sexually and psychologically. As a GP, I’m often the first person that women turn to when they have painful…

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Winter Motivation! – Oxygen Pilates – Pilates Fitness Article

Winter Motivation! – Oxygen Pilates Winter Motivation! Stay Motivated!!!!!!!!!!!!!! How do we do that? ‘Staying motivated’, sounds easy right? With winter here and the days shortening, it is not always appealing to be out an about and can be challenging to keep the mind and body moving. It’s time to change it up!  Many of us find it easier to be active outside in the winter and not worry about being too hot.  But remember your sunscreen and water!   If…

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Hackney Half Marathon 2019 Race Recap – Fitness Article

‘This is probably the coolest half marathon in the UK…look around’ So many trendy East-London runners (man buns, beards, cool piercings and pink hair). I ran the 5.5K in 2017 with Tom (read the race recap here) and in all honesty, wasn’t that impressed. Coupled with the fact that I’d heard that the race had run out of on-course water in previous years, this race actually hasn’t been on my race bucket list,. However I’m glad they listened to feedback to…

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How I’m getting back running after a break – Running Fitness Article

Getting back running after a break can be a challenge. After 18 months away from running I’m finding it hard to get back to my previous fitness level. But I have made a start. And there has been some progress. Here’s an update on what I’ve been doing and some tips that might help you. In December of last year, I was in the worst shape of my life. I was juggling a full-time job, 300-mile weekly commute, master’s degree…

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Meet Your Saucony Pacer Team! – Running Fitness Article

Trying to get under the two-hour mark? Looking for a running buddy to keep you motivated through your race? Pacers are a great resource for runners to help maintain pace, keep you motivated, and maybe push you towards that elusive new PB! New this year, we will be offering a wider range of pace times to help keep you on track. So here they are, our 2019 Saucony Pacer Team at the Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon: Pace Time: 1:30 Name: Lucas (@lusocio)…

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‘Doing it All’ – Life Lately May 2019 – Running Fitness Article

After doing an instagram question story, one of the most common requests for blog posts was a life update/personal post. So here we go. I wrote a book! Ok correction, I am still writing a book. I’ve submitted all 75+ recipes but haven’t quite finished all of the introductions, menu plans or nutrition guidelines yet. It’s definitely taking me longer to write it than I thought it would be, but I’m so excited that I’m nearly finished! The response to…

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