Tracey Mallett, fitness expert and trainer has many fitness articles with fitness tips on healthy diet, diet fitness, diet and exercise, diet and nutrition information:
Inspiring the next generation – We as Moms can be a great motivator to teach your children that to move the body and exercise is fun and exhilarating. This starts at young age; they watch and mimic you in everything that you do.
Excerpt: Obesity in children has tripled in the last twenty years, obese children are now likely to develop type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, upper respiratory problems and severe asthma. The increasing amount of fast food available and the decreased activity level of our children are creating a massive problem for the next generation. We live in a world of computer’s, motorized scooters, Nintendo’s, the internet and lastly the ipod.
Music for Motivation – I use Music to motivate people to exercise and reach their goals especially if the workout is a little challenging for them, somehow the music can dull the pain and give them energy to finish that particular task.
Excerpt: Music is a powerful influence in our lives. It is the backdrop to everybody’s life story. All of life’s biggest experiences are done to the sound of music. If you strung the songs all together, you would have your complete life story. Imagine what kind of emotions listening to that CD would bring up!
Pelvic Fitness – I contributed to this article which is a must to read if your Pregnant or just given birth. The article will give you some pelvic floor exercises to aid in child birth and speed the recovery process.
Excerpt: Keeping the pelvic-floor muscles strong can aid in birthing and allow for a much smoother recovery, says Tracey Mallett, fitness professional and creator of the 3-in-1 Pregnancy System Exercise DVD. “Regular activation of these muscles will keep them supple and flexible, decreasing the chance of tearing,” she adds.
Spring 2006 Newsletter – newsletter from ATP Specific Training and Tracey Mallett Fitness
Excerpt: What is the difference between Pilates on the mat and Pilates using equipment? What type of equipment is involved/required?
25 percent of Pilates is on the mat and the rest is on the specially designed apparatus such as the reformer, wunda chair, trapeze table, large barrel, small barrel, arm chair and small equipment the magic circle, ball and foam roller.
Pilates Thru Pregnancy – fitness article on Pilates before, during and after pregnancy
Excerpt: The benefits of Pilates’ method of movement therapy exercises for women thru pregnancy and post-partum is mostly misunderstood. Simply put, Pilates is a safe and effective approach to exercise for pregnant women to assist with breathing, body alignment and to recover body shape and tone after birth. I personally thank Pilates for preparing me for child birth and helping me get my midsection back to pre-pregnancy state after two children.
Healthy Food, Healthy Body – healthy diet and exercise
Excerpt: Imagine having a brand spanking new Porsche convertable (or whatever your dream car is) with leather interior, mag wheels and all the gadgets to keep 007 happy. Now imagine putting mud in the gas tank!
Slave to the Core – fitness article on toning the “core”
Excerpt: I had the misconception like most people that baby weight just melted off with child birth and breast feeding, boy was I wrong. I felt like I was stuck in someone else’s body and I couldn’t get out, I’m sure most of you can relate to this.
Fitness Tips for the New Year – fitness tips article
Excerpt: Make a hot date with your planner: Plan your weekly workouts in your diary. You’re more likely to keep to a routine it if you pre-plan the workouts rather than just doing them randomly.