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Girls Running Group

Mum on the Run

Running places a lot of demand on the body. To prevent musculoskeletal pain, incontinence, and prolapse, the body needs time to complete a graded return to running after having a baby, no matter how long ago you gave birth.

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Mum on the Run are comprehensive 121 sessions to support you in your quest to returning to running after having a baby.

These sessions are also suitable for women who are already rrunning but feel their technique and training can be more pelvic floor friendly. Maybe you are picking up injuries or experiencing some pelvic floor dysfunction or pain during or after running?

What's involved in Mum on the Run sessions?

Mum on the Run includes a comprehensive assessment on the signs and symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction and why this occurs. You'll learn about the important role of the core, pelvic floor, glutes and  posture in preventing running injuries, aches and pains, and  pelvic floor dysfunction, such as leaking, prolapse, pelvic pain.

You'll learn about various risk factors associated with running injuries and pelvic floor dysfunction and the various screening assessments required to ensure you a ready to start running (or increase your current running programme). We will progress through a variety of endorsed screening assessments and how you can get your body run ready! 

Further sessions will include supplementary strength and recovery workouts and individualised soft tissue massage therapy. You'll also receive an 8-Week Running programme progressing you from a 30 minute walk up to a 5km run following your first 121 session or once you've successfully achieved the above initial assessments.

Sessions can include tips regarding how to build up your running volume over the 8 weeks and also beyond the 8-week programme. It covers how to run for optimal pelvic floor function and what parts of your body need to stay strong and which need to stay mobile to support this.

Mum on the Run sessions are available Monday to Thursday in Telford or Friday mornings in Newport.

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