Fitness for Fertility & PCOS – Free InfoBooklet

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As I’m sure you’re aware, the topic of fertility is a big one in Ireland at the moment. This is due to a number of factors, including couples waiting until they are older to have children, our stressful lifestyles and our general health & wellness.

And with so much information out there these days about exercise and how it affects fertility and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), it can be really difficult to know what you should do if you are considering getting pregnant.

As a fitness instructor and Personal Trainer who works mainly with women, I have had many clients who have been at different stages of their fertility journey – from managing an existing condition (such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS) so they can achieve pregnancy at some stage, to pre-pregnancy and wanting to be fit and strong, to those going through assisted fertility treatment who are not sure what exercise is “safe” to complement their treatment.
As there is so much information out there now (a lot of which can be confusing or contraindicative) and I have had many questions from clients about exercise and the effect on their fertility, I’ve put together a simple InfoBooklet called “Fitness for Fertility & PCOS”.
It’s designed to cut through the mountain of information that can overwhelm us, and give women sound and trusted advice about what they should be doing fitness-wise if preparing for pregnancy, and what should be avoided.
And of course, all backed up with information from reliable sources and years of personal experience with clients.
If you’d like to access the booklet, enter your email below to receive your free copy.
It covers information on:
    • What exercise is safe if I’m planning to get pregnant?
    • What’s the best exercise to do to manage my PCOS symptoms?
    • How can I lose weight before my pregnancy but make sure I’m not over-doing it?
    • Can I still go to my fitness classes if I’m planning to get pregnant?
    • My cycle is all over the place – how do I know when to exercise?
    • What really is the impact of exercise on my fertility?
    • I’ve been told to just keep upping my exercise to lose weight due to my PCOS – is that the right thing to do?

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