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A Look Inside our Programming

Many women and men assume that they know how BIRTHFIT training goes. Many coaches assume that if they make a few modifications here and there that all is well for the pregnant mother. Many doctors, birth educators (I’m a birth educator so no disrespect), and midwives assume that as long …

BIRTHFIT INTERVIEW: Alyssa Berlin

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Postpartum: When Your Identity is Intertwined with Athletics

To everyone who read my birth story, I’m sorry. Not only did I glaze right over the transition from competition-fitness goals to birth-fitness goals, but I made it sound like this mental/emotional transition was seamless. The truth of the matter is that it wasn’t, isn’t, and will remain an opportunity …

Power of the Mind

One of the secrets to success is visualization. It’s a mighty powerful tool that can easily be forgotten and often overlooked. Some of the greatest athletes visualize themselves playing their game the night before. Great speakers run through a public event in their heads before they fall asleep. And, people …

A new look at the nesting phase.

Do you have any pre-game rituals? Even if you don’t compete regularly now, think back to when you did compete. What did you do the day before you competed? What did you do the night before you competed?  All that you do in the ‘transition zone’ is just as important …