How to Train (Exercise) with your Menstrual Cycle with Amy Katebowe

How to Train (Exercise) with your Menstrual Cycle with Amy K...

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In this episode of The Candid Fitness, I chat with Amy Katebowe, founder and coach at the Warrior School, a coaching program and online community for women who want to get strong. Amy and I had a very unique conversation about her experience with journaling her physical training and menstrual cycle. Through that process, she has developed a system to help women understand their menstrual cycle and use that awareness to bring positive changes to their wellbeing. Amy has been coaching women for over 13 years and In this episode, she explained all about the why's and how to's of tracking your cycle. Some of the discussion topics include: Why Amy started tracking her menstrual cycle and what inspired her to do extensive research on this topic? Different factors that can affect a women's wellbeing Importance of bodyweight strength training for women Importance of tracking menstrual cycle and its relationship with exercise Phases of a menstrual cycle - Follicular and Luteal phase explained How do women feel during each of these phases? How to train (exercise) with your menstrual cycle? How to track your menstrual cycle regularly? Tracking the menstrual cycle and exercise for beginners How long should you track to develop awareness and understanding of your cycle? If you enjoyed this, please leave us a 5-star review on iTunes. It helps us build credibility and also helps more listeners reach our podcast. Connect with Amy on Instagram (@amykatebowe): https://www.instagram.com/amykatebowe/ Check out my online health coaching here: https://abhimanyubhargava.com/one-to-one-online-coaching/ Connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abhimanyu_bhargava/ Find my latest fitness and nutrition articles here: https://abhimanyubhargava.com/blog/ Disclaimer: This podcast is intended for informational purposes only. The views expressed are personal and are not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Support The Candid Fitness by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/candid-fitness
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In this episode of The Candid Fitness, I chat with Amy Katebowe, founder and coach at the Warrior School, a coaching program and online community for women who want to get strong. Amy and I had a very unique conversation about her experience with journaling her physical training and menstrual cycle. Through that process, she has developed a system to help women understand their menstrual cycle and use that awareness to bring positive changes to their wellbeing. Amy has been coaching women for over 13 years and In this episode, she explained all about the why's and how to's of tracking your cycle. Some of the discussion topics include: Why Amy started tracking her menstrual cycle and what inspired her to do extensive research on this topic? Different factors that can affect a women's wellbeing Importance of bodyweight strength training for women Importance of tracking menstrual cycle and its relationship with exercise Phases of a menstrual cycle - Follicular and Luteal phase explained How do women feel during each of these phases? How to train (exercise) with your menstrual cycle? How to track your menstrual cycle regularly? Tracking the menstrual cycle and exercise for beginners How long should you track to develop awareness and understanding of your cycle? If you enjoyed this, please leave us a 5-star review on iTunes. It helps us build credibility and also helps more listeners reach our podcast. Connect with Amy on Instagram (@amykatebowe): https://www.instagram.com/amykatebowe/ Check out my online health coaching here: https://abhimanyubhargava.com/one-to-one-online-coaching/ Connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abhimanyu_bhargava/ Find my latest fitness and nutrition articles here: https://abhimanyubhargava.com/blog/ Disclaimer: This podcast is intended for informational purposes only. The views expressed are personal and are not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Support The Candid Fitness by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/candid-fitness
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