Sometimes when we look at PCOS research, we’re not quite sure how we can take that research and apply it to our own lives. So, in this article, Erika Volk, the PCOS Personal Trainer, looks at some of the latest research on PCOS and exercise and gives us some really practical tips on how we can take this information and make it work for us.
When it comes to exercise and PCOS there are a lot of questions. If you don’t have an exercise or fitness background you might be unsure what to do or where to start. In this article, Erika Volk, The PCOS Personal Trainer, answers the most common questions about PCOS and exercise.
It can be hard to know what type of exercise to do for PCOS – strength training / cardio / a combination maybe? In this article, Erika Volk, The PCOS Personal Trainer, shares why cardio is important for PCOS and the most effective cardio exercise (workouts included).
We know that exercise is another crucial element of our PCOS management strategy. It helps make our bodies more sensitive to insulin and overall improve our PCOS. But how much exercise should e be doing and is it possible to do too much exercise? Let’s look at the research…
Exercise is so important for your overall health and well being. But, it is also crucial to managing your PCOS. Even if you don’t physically see the results, the research shows that exercise has an impact on the metabolic markers of PCOS. Find out about the other benefits of exercise for PCOS.
With so many of us in lockdown and quarantine, it is not easy to cope with PCOS, anxiety, and coronavirus. Here are some tips and strategies to help you through this challenging time, so that you come out the other side with your PCOS and mental health intact.
Many women with PCOS struggle with disordered eating, for a number of reasons. Even though disordered eating does not necessarily mean an eating disorder, it is absolutely something that we need to be aware of. Find out why we are prone to disordered eating and what we can do about it.
Anxiety is one of the symptoms that is not often spoken about when it comes to PCOS. But, for those who are dealing with it, it can be debilitating. In this article, find out the link between PCOS and anxiety and some of the things that you can do to manage it.
Sometimes it can be difficult to find the time to exercise, even though we may know how important it is to exercise for our PCOS, as well as our general well being. In this guest article by Fitness Instructor, Jackie, find out which types of exercise are helpful for PCOS and why it is important to avoid over training.
Getting started on a new way of eating can be both energy and time consuming. It takes a while to work out what you can and can’t eat, to plan your meals that fit the guidelines. And most importantly, to actually stick with your new way of eating. Here are some tips to get you started.