Don’t Stop Being An Athlete When You Become A Mom
Stay competitive. And train your body to manage your pelvic health symptoms.
Get the expert advice you need from Pregnancy and Postpartum Athleticism Coach Terrell Baldock.
Published in leading fitness publications, Terrell’s specialty is working with women who are experiencing pelvic floor dysfunctions like incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse (POP.)
She helps female athletes from CrossFitters to marathoners to figure competitors manage their symptoms and stay competitive.
And she’s a lot like you.
I’m all about taking care of you and meeting you where you’re at. You will learn strategies to heal and to thrive in your athleticism. 3 years ago, only 12-weeks postpartum with my second baby, I was diagnosed with a pelvic organ prolapse of my bladder and urethra.
I had some incontinence during my workouts before pregnancy, but never imagined it was related to my pelvic floor. I had no one to turn to for help. So I became that person.
Through rehab, courses and working closely with pelvic floor physiotherapists, I became comfortable to begin training at a higher capacity.
With a decade of experience in the fitness industry, I’m here to help you. I want to help educate you to make informed decisions and provide guidance regarding your training that will serve you a lifetime, not just a few weeks.