Movement for PCOS & Women’s Health
Workouts & Confusion
Are you someone who feels confused about how to move your body?
Have you explored all types of workouts and pushed yourself to the limits…only to hate the experience?
Having PCOS can drive us to do weird things that we would never try otherwise!
Trying new things is good! And weird is totally fine. But are you doing it for the right reasons?
I often find that when having PCOS, exercise and working out can be more harmful than good.
It’s easy to get caught up in the next hot PCOS trend and dismiss if it is even working for your body.
So, I’ve got a few solutions for you!
1.You should enjoy moving your body
2. Movement should be looked at it as a form of nourishment
3. Movement should support your PCOS, not exacerbate it or leave you seeing no change
In this interview, I speak with Alayna about movement and best practices when it comes to PCOS and women’s health.
When it comes to the fitness industry, it can feel really confusing. Just as confusing as diets and what to eat for PCOS!
During my time with Alayna, we break down what movement means and how you can play detective and find out what is right for you.
You’ll gain key take aways and perhaps get moving shortly after this video!
Learn more about Alayna’s journey with movement and find motivation through this inspirational interview!
And guess what? After this interview, you can get started on your journey with PCOS, today!
Maybe you have dabbled with instagram or some online recipes. And that is great! However, learning to manage PCOS is so much more than piecing together random information.
It takes a total body approach, while using specific tools consistently.
So how do you do this and what is next?
Go ahead and check out the online course that I have created for you!
This Holistic Healing Guide for PCOS will lead you through key nutrition & lifestyle practices that are essential to managing PCOS.
It’s simple to follow, realistic to do with a busy schedule and fun!
Plus, you get to move along with Alayna! She provides PCOS movement routines, motivation videos& more!