We need to take our health seriously. Women and men.

We need to keep in mind that female health is different than male, that female anatomy is different.


I trained while I was pregnant with my first child. 

Three months postpartum I started training again.

I trained as far as I could while I was pregnant with my second child.

Three months postpartum I started training again.

All in all it wasn't the best idea to go along like this for my body and my health. My pelvic floor muscles suffered greatly. I am managing and I am very lucky. But a lot of women suffer greatly during pregnancy or while giving birth and afterwards. It is more common than not, that vaginal scar tissue hurts, women battle with incontinence or hemorrhoids resulting from the birthing process.

Women battle with sexual traumata somehow 'stuck' 'down there'.  Uterus prolapse is actually a thing and many women suffer from it.

- We can learn how to deal with it. Listening to our intuition and going beyond what normally is perceived as possible.