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.
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.
Sometimes you can spend hours in the gym and just not get the results that you want. And it can be SO frustrating! There are some specific reasons that your PCOS workout may not be working. Are you over training? Not doing enough high intensity exercise? Eating too clean?
When it comes to exercise and PCOS there are a lot of questions. If you don’t have an exercise or fitness background it 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.
Sometimes you just don’t feel like it but you know that you really should. And sometimes the knowing that you should is enough… But often it isn’t. We need to find other ways to stay motivated in all areas of PCOS, including in the way that you exercise. Here are 3 ways to stay motivated.
I must confess… I’m not a huge fan of the gym (or even exercise for that matter). And I don’t always have a lot of time on my hands. So, when I workout, I want to know that I am getting the biggest bang for my buck. Erika Volk, The PCOS Personal trainer, shares her best PCOS workout.
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).
There are so many different forms of exercise out there and it’s important to which out which form of exercise you enjoy so that you can do it on a regular basis. Bethanie, a follower and customer, shares her experience and expertise as a yoga instructor and how it can help PCOS.
Women with PCOS are prone to carrying weight around their middle – the proverbial spare tyre so to speak. We have those high insulin levels to thank for that. In this article, Erika Volk, The PCOS Personal Trainer, shares some workouts we can do to combat that belly fat.
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…