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Tracy Seider 

Movement Coach and Restore Your Core (RYC©) Pro Teacher

I’m a movement coach on a mission to help perimenopausal (and beyond) women lose the body aches (even sneeze pee!), feel strong again, and get back to the life they love, confidant that they are doing the best for their bodies as they age.

Based on my experience of finally resolving chronic back pain and bladder issues, I believe that women do not have to accept a ‘new normal’ as they age that is anything less than fabulous.

In fact, I’m stronger and healthier at almost-50 than I was 20 years ago, having embraced a whole-body, rather than spot treatment, approach to wellness, moving better, and moving WAY more.

My creds? I’m a Nutritious Movement® certified Restorative Exercise Specialist, a registered yoga teacher, and a certified Restore Your Core teacher, but my daughters think I’m just a movement nerd who embarrasses them when I swing from the monkey bars at the park! 

 

Website: www.tracyseidermovement.com

Restore Your Core: https://restoreyourcore.com/

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Instagram: @tracyseidermovement

 

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I take a firm social media break over the weekend, starting Friday night. It literally saves my sanity and is a huge part of my self-care routine. Is that something you (can) do? 💥
So, we need to catch up on the @nutritiousmovement
Adventure...
💥
We are drowning in chairs! Count how many chairs there are in your house and divide that by the number of people who live there. What's the ratio?
💥
When chairs are there, it's easy to just sit on them, which, over time, limits our strength and range of motion. 
#sittingisthenewsmoking
Can you try NOT to sit on a chair once a day. Start inching closer to the ground - eg. Sit on a cushion while you watch TV. The motion of having to get and down from something that is not standard chair height is super juicy for your muscles and joints. 
#Repost @nutritiousmovement
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#ExerciseAdvent Day 6: EMBODY your chair-to-butt ratio

So, you're working on changing your body, but sometimes that can start most easily by taking a long hard look at the ENVIRONMENT that body is in, and what sort of body-environment responses constantly being created.

Your first exercise is to calculate your CHAIR to BUTT RATIO of your living space.
Count all the seats/chairs (X) and all the butts (Y) in your home to find the chair-to-butt ratio (X:Y) of your living space.

Second, you're going to embody that ratio. Sit your butt into each chair, one after another.

Then to compare, sit on the floor and then rise between each chair-sit to take the difference that chair makes beyond theoretical.

What's your ratio? And how would you describe the mechanical difference between sitting on a chair vs. on the floor next to it. What parts get used or not? How are they used or not?
I take a firm social media break over the weekend, starting Friday night. It literally saves my sanity and is a huge part of my self-care routine. Is that something you (can) do? 💥 So, we need to catch up on the @nutritiousmovement Adventure... 💥 We are drowning in chairs! Count how many chairs there are in your house and divide that by the number of people who live there. What's the ratio? 💥 When chairs are there, it's easy to just sit on them, which, over time, limits our strength and range of motion. #sittingisthenewsmoking Can you try NOT to sit on a chair once a day. Start inching closer to the ground - eg. Sit on a cushion while you watch TV. The motion of having to get and down from something that is not standard chair height is super juicy for your muscles and joints. #Repost @nutritiousmovement • • • • • #ExerciseAdvent Day 6: EMBODY your chair-to-butt ratio So, you're working on changing your body, but sometimes that can start most easily by taking a long hard look at the ENVIRONMENT that body is in, and what sort of body-environment responses constantly being created. Your first exercise is to calculate your CHAIR to BUTT RATIO of your living space. Count all the seats/chairs (X) and all the butts (Y) in your home to find the chair-to-butt ratio (X:Y) of your living space. Second, you're going to embody that ratio. Sit your butt into each chair, one after another. Then to compare, sit on the floor and then rise between each chair-sit to take the difference that chair makes beyond theoretical. What's your ratio? And how would you describe the mechanical difference between sitting on a chair vs. on the floor next to it. What parts get used or not? How are they used or not?