Examples of Excercise Progression in the Postnatal Runner

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Examples of Excercise Progression in the Postnatal Runner

Return to running is not advisable prior to 3 months postnatal or beyond this if any symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction are identified prior to, or after attempting, return to running.

Download our quick reference guide of low impact excercise progression that we recommend for postnatal runners to get you back doing the sport you love.

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Return to running is not advisable prior to 3 months postnatal or beyond this if any symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction are identified prior to, or after attempting, return to running.

We therefore recommend that a low impact exercise timeline is followed within the first 3 months of the postnatal period, followed by a return to running between 3-6 months postnatal, at the earliest.

Download our quick reference guide of low impact excercise progression that we recommend for postnatal runners to get you back doing the sport you love.

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