The Story of Total Mommy Fitness Magazine

November 17, 2013

After more than a year of preparation, I am so happy to officially release Total Mommy Fitness Magazine. It is currently available for iPhone and iPad, as a digital magazine app, free in iTunes. The magazine is a go to guide for moms who want to be healthy, happy, and fit. You can watch instructional […]

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Diet and Exercise Tips for a Happy and Healthy Life

November 5, 2013

Being healthy is the key to being happy, and only a fit body nourishes a healthy mind. Poor eating habits and lack of physical activity are the two main reasons of numerous health complications. Unfortunately, there is no short cut for a healthy life. It’s imperative to consider that fitness is not a plan to […]

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5 Stretches to Relieve the Symptoms of Pregnancy

September 2, 2013

Stretching is good for your body, and feels great too. It is an important, yet often overlooked part of a good fitness program. A full body stretching routine is the perfect way to end a workout, or help loosen tight muscles on your off days. Here are just a few reasons to stretch: Boost energy level […]

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Creative ways to get your kids active, and enjoy it!

August 2, 2013

We all know how hard it is to get kids motivated to do anything, especially exercise. With so many distractions, exercise can seem like the least enticing option, what with so many fun, shiny video games around! However the health benefits of a strict video game routine are little to non-existent, so it’s important to foster […]

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Magazine Submission Request

July 23, 2013

Total Mommy Fitness Magazine is available for download in iTunes for your iPhone or iPad as well as a PDF version for all devices — and it’s FREE! The monthly publication includes stories and tips about everything “mom fitness” from pregnancy through the toddler years and beyond. Stories include weight loss, self care, workouts, nutrition […]

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Pregnancy Safe Workout Circuit

July 22, 2013

Try this full-body workout during your pregnancy to keep your muscles strong, and prepare your body for labor. For more exercises like this during your pregnancy and recovery check out the Fit Pregnancy Plan. Instructions: Perform circuit 2-4 times depending on difficulty level and time availability. Do not rush through the circuits. Take your time and […]

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Learn To Lose Weight With Mini Trampoline Exercise

June 24, 2013

As we get older, the more likely it is that the word exercise seems to get lost in the mists of time, but there may come a time when we stand in front of the mirror and decide that it is time to start losing some weight. Whether we decide because our clothes are getting […]

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How to stay in shape during pregnancy and lose weight quickly after

June 16, 2013

I had the pleasure of chatting with Lacy Arnold from LeanMoms.com recently about exercising during pregnancy and recovering quickly after. It was so much fun talking to someone equally passionate about helping moms stay fit and healthy. In this call bust through many of the lies and myths women are told during pregnancy and after delivering their little one. […]

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How to Keep Running with the Baby Bump Growing

June 5, 2013

Are you a lady in the situation of seeing your belly growing every day, but it has nothing to do with eating too much? Are you also a woman that enjoys the stress relieving work out of running? If this resonates with you, know that you are not alone. There are many women in the […]

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Weight loss is about more than calories

May 29, 2013

In a recent article by the New York Times it explains that runners are notably leaner and running aids weight management better than walking. It’s surprising to me because for years I have been telling people that walking a mile burns as many calories as running a mile, so it didn’t matter which they chose. […]

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