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Mum life – it’s not easy, but boy is it incredibly rewarding. Among many things, Harvey has taught me patience and the importance of priorities.
For me, to be the best mumma I can be, making time for movement each week is a non-negotiable.
Before Harvey, finding time to look after my body through movement was a whole lot easier. If I wanted to get a workout in, I could. I could workout from home anytime, or head to the gym with zero consideration to anyone else’s schedule but my own. With Harvey I’m faced with two challenges; one, finding the time to fit in movement whilst balancing mum-life and work-life, and two, feeling guilty for either not making time for myself, or choosing to make time for myself but sacrificing time with him!
I’ve quickly come to learn that you can’t avoid the guilt but instead you can help to manage the guilt by trialing different routines to eventually find your healthy and sustainable balance between exercise and baby.
It was this guilt coupled with the struggle to find time to move that helped to inspire our latest drop of workouts: KIC Minis! We also spoke with our community and quickly discovered that the lack of time and motivation are the biggest barriers from preventing people from moving their bodies. So with this knowledge we have developed a series of mini 5 to 10 minute workouts that are here to work in with your day. The aim is simply to get you moving, we all have at least 5 minutes a day!
Here’s how as a working mum I’m planning to build healthier habits and keep up my exercise with the help of KIC minis:
If you’re someone who struggles to fit in exercise, I hear you. That’s why I encourage you to take up our 14 day free trial, to try KIC for yourself and discover how easy it is to fit a mini into your day. Exercise, whether for 5 or 45 minutes is going to help you combat stress, sleep better, boost your energy and give you more confidence and strength to tackle the demands of your modern life.
Join me and thousands of others to move your body and feel good.
Here’s your #minimovement challenge schedule to help guide you through the next 4 weeks.
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