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Feb 8, 2021

Today I’m joined again by Lucy McConnell – last time she was on the show she was a guest explaining her recovery journey and what she learned and now she’s back but with a whole new role! She’s now part of the coaching team here at and heading up the Better Balance Training programs alongside taking 1:1 health coaching clients for HA recovery.

Making a safe return to exercise is so important after recovery, but oftentimes people aren't sure where to start, what to do, and how hard they can push. So today, we're going to answer all those questions and more!

In today’s episode on how to make a safe return to exercise after HA recovery we’re going to be covering:

  • Our own personal journeys with exercise after HA recovery
  • The most common mistakes people make when returning to exercise after HA recovery
  • Answering the question: is it ever safe to lose weight after Hypothalamic Amenorrhea recovery
  • The best goals to set for yourself when you return to training
  • When and if high intensity training is appropriate and what that looks like
  • The importance of strength training for bone health
  • Are PDF plans and instagram workouts ok to do after recovery? Why or why not?
  • Education on understanding the menstrual cycle and performance - what you SHOULD be tracking, what that means and how to interpret it. 

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