I saw Niamh at 8 weeks and 6 months post delivery. And, as I found her guidance invaluable, I asked her to write a few words of advice for new mums.
By Niamh Burn MSCP Pre and Postnatal Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
When can I run after having a baby? That’s a question on many a new mum’s mind. Running is so convenient and reasonably easy to fit in around a baby.
Running can also be an integral part of a mum’s mental health and it’s always good to get back to doing what you love, but hopefully in a safe and effective way.
Most mums are keen to get back out there as quick as they can, really craving the head space that running gives. However, as women we are also invested in our body, its recovery and willing to future-proof ourselves physically, so that running can always be a part of our lives.
Like most tricky questions, there is a different answer for everyone when it comes to getting back to running post pregnancy. It’s really an individual thing.
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