Hashimoto’s, Hypermobility, and Importance of Muscle to Heal (Episode 10)

Have you noticed that you feel worse when you workout hard? Or are you having a hard time getting yourself to workout because you feel so terrible after? It’s possible that you might be aiming for the wrong type of workout for you. And especially if you have Hashimoto’s autoimmune hypothyroidism, or hypermobility, or other pain and autoimmune conditions, then there is a totally different way of working out that is likely better for you and your body. Learn from my friend, chiropractor Dr. Emily Kiberd about how she has mastered strength and rehab for women with Hashimoto’s and hypermobility, from home!

Dr. Emily is a chiropractor, movement specialist, strength enthusiast, Mama to Elvis, owner of a thriving chiropractic clinic in New York City. And her Hashimoto’s is now in remission.  Through her journey into remission, one of the biggest shifts she made was working out to support her thyroid. She now shares what she learned in Thyroid Strong, helping women all over the world learn how to workout without burning out.

On this episode we cover:

  • Why women with Hashimoto’s autoimmune thyroid require a different kind of exercise
  • Why working out too long and too hard can be wrong
  • Why focusing on muscle is important for many health conditions
  • How to do a perfect squat
  • The essential 7 moves in the Hashimoto’s Strong program
  • How thyroid strong is different than other strength programs

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