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07 Apr

#NETBALLMoJo - ♀ VIDEO Team drill via Nettyheads

12:00 Pass & Move Square Drill

13:00

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Nettyheads easy Pass & Move Square drill has two progressions. Chest passes, shoulder passes, change of pace and movement drill. For beginners to advanced.  MORE  www.nettyheads.com.au/

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MoJoManuals addressing the wide range of issues which teenage girls face as they engage in competitive sport. Predicated on 'Physical Literacy' but also cover a range of other emotive issues such as: body image, diet, fit or thin, social media, training with menstruation, coaching style etc. – which impact how girls engage/drop out of sport – and potentially go on to be elite athletes and confident, mature young women outside of sport.

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07 Apr

#HERMoJo - ♀ VIDEO easy steps to climbing with .@katy_whittaker1 via .@Team_BMC

13:00 Try a first taste of climbing with Katy Whittaker

14:00

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Climbing

Sheffield based Katy Whittaker is one of the UK’s top female climbers. She has excelled in a number of different climbing disciplines, from indoor competitions, to bold grit routes and hard sport routes.

She was born in Burnley, but grew up in Edale in the Peak District. Her introduction to the outdoor life came early with an abundance of family holidays focussed upon walking, scrambling and climbing.

Katy did her first lead on an indoor wall at the age of eight. She started doing BRYCCS competitions a few years later and got on to the Junior team aged 12. Now she helps you take up climbing.

More info: The BMC

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MoJoManuals addressing the wide range of issues which teenage girls face as they engage in competitive sport. Predicated on 'Physical Literacy' but also cover a range of other emotive issues such as: body image, diet, fit or thin, social media, training with menstruation, coaching style etc. – which impact how girls engage/drop out of sport – and potentially go on to be elite athletes and confident, mature young women outside of sport.

 

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07 Apr

#HERMoJo - ♀ VIDEO TRY Kickboxing with @Martial_Way

13:00 TRY it with from Martial Way Training

14:00

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Kickboxing

Martial Way Training - The club runs a women only session with non contact martial arts coaching for all levels to improve fitness and well being. The session runs from Tottenham Community Sports Centre on Monday and Saturday lunch times (12:30 and 13:00 respectively). The  club also supports #Activ8.

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MoJoManuals addressing the wide range of issues which teenage girls face as they engage in competitive sport. Predicated on 'Physical Literacy' but also cover a range of other emotive issues such as: body image, diet, fit or thin, social media, training with menstruation, coaching style etc. – which impact how girls engage/drop out of sport – and potentially go on to be elite athletes and confident, mature young women outside of sport.

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08 Apr

#HERMoJo ♀ VIDEO - Minute Abs & Booty Home Workout - WATCH & TRY

09:00 Exercise YOGA a quick guide to greats abs!

10:00

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Here's a quick workout you can do at home to strengthen your abs and life your butt. This is a great workout you can do right before one of the longer workouts on http://30DayButtTransformation.com

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MoJoManuals addressing the wide range of issues which teenage girls face as they engage in competitive sport. Predicated on 'Physical Literacy' but also cover a range of other emotive issues such as: body image, diet, fit or thin, social media, training with menstruation, coaching style etc. – which impact how girls engage/drop out of sport – and potentially go on to be elite athletes and confident, mature young women outside of sport.

 

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08 Apr

#WomensSPORT - ♀VIDEO Gender Inequality in Sports via .@HeleneBibeau

12:00 Women are still treated as second class citizens in sport!

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WSNet covers a range of Women's Sport - during the Coronovirus join us and enjoy archive videos & stories about SportsWomen & WomenSport

Gender Equality

Gender equity in sport isn’t just about providing participation opportunities for both males and females within your club… it’s about treating everyone fairly and providing opportunities for all, at all levels, from the committee through to the spectator.

If sporting clubs want to grow their participation and membership base, particularly by women and girls, it is important to ensure the environment and the clubs culture supports them to do so in a safe and inclusive way. There are many benefits to having more women in and around your club such as an increase in membership, more volunteers and more diverse skills, creating a family friendly environment…the list goes on.

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MoJoManuals addressing the wide range of issues which teenage girls face as they engage in competitive sport. Predicated on 'Physical Literacy' but also cover a range of other emotive issues such as: body image, diet, fit or thin, social media, training with menstruation, coaching style etc. – which impact how girls engage/drop out of sport – and potentially go on to be elite athletes and confident, mature young women outside of sport.

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08 Apr

#HERMoJo - ♀ VIDEO .@uniofbeds supporting girls lifting weights

10:00 Business Studies student Gemma Dunne gets into weights

11:00

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Gemma is a University of Bedfordshire first year student whose life has been turned around since discovering the gym. She is also on a mission to get others into fitness, especially girls, through the MASS society.

More info: https://www.beds.ac.uk/   Twitter: @uniofbeds

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MoJoManuals addressing the wide range of issues which teenage girls face as they engage in competitive sport. Predicated on 'Physical Literacy' but also cover a range of other emotive issues such as: body image, diet, fit or thin, social media, training with menstruation, coaching style etc. – which impact how girls engage/drop out of sport – and potentially go on to be elite athletes and confident, mature young women outside of sport.

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08 Apr

#HERMoJo - ♀ with Marathon Pioneer Kathrine Switzer .@261Fearless

16:15 Katherine Switzer's Boston Marathon Experience16

17:15

261 Fearless supports #ACTIV8afriend - a gentle 'nudge' every month to help get more women more ACTIVE!

Switzer was born in Germany, the daughter of a major in the United States Army. Her family returned to the United States in 1949.[3] She graduated from George C. Marshall High School in Fairfax County, Virginia, then attended Syracuse University, where she studied journalism.She earned a bachelor's degree there in 1968 and a master's degree in 1972.

1967 Boston Marathon
While attending university, Switzer completed the race in 1967 under entry number 261 with the Syracuse Harriers athletic club, five years before women were officially allowed to compete in it. Her finishing time of approximately 4 hours and 20 minutes was nearly an hour behind the first female finisher, Bobbi Gibb (who ran unregistered). She registered under the gender-neutral "K. V. Switzer", which she says was not done to mislead the officials. She says she had long used "K. V. Switzer" to sign the articles she wrote for her university paper. Switzer was issued a number through an "oversight" in the entry screening process, and was treated as an interloper when the error was discovered. Race official Jock Semple attempted to physically remove her from the race. Switzer claims he shouted, "Get the hell out of my race and give me those numbers." Switzer's boyfriend Tom Miller, who was running with her, shoved Semple aside and sent him flying, allowing her to proceed. Photographs taken of the incident made world headlines.

Afterwards, Boston Athletic Association director Will Cloney was asked his opinion of Switzer competing in the race. Cloney said, "Women can't run in the Marathon because the rules forbid it. Unless we have rules, society will be in chaos. I don't make the rules, but I try to carry them out. We have no space in the Marathon for any unauthorized person, even a man. If that girl were my daughter, I would spank her."

Because of her run, the AAU barred women from all competitions with male runners, violaters to lose the right to compete in any races. Switzer, with other women runners, tried to convince the Boston Athletic Association to allow women to participate in the marathon. Finally, in 1972, women were welcome to run the Boston Marathon officially for the first time ever. Jock Semple, the man who had previously attempted to remove Switzer from the race, was instrumental in this formal admission of female runners.

Later competition and work
Switzer was the women's winner of the 1974 New York City Marathon, with a time of 3:07:29 (59th overall). Her personal best time for the marathon distance is 2:51:37, at Boston in 1975.

Switzer was named Female Runner of the Decade (1967–77) by Runner’s World Magazine and received an Emmy for her work as a television commentator. She wrote Running and Walking for Women over 40 in 1997. She released her memoir, Marathon Woman, in April 2007 on the 40th anniversary of her first running the Boston Marathon. In April 2008, Marathon Woman won the Billie Award for journalism for its inspiring portrayal of women in sports. When visiting the Boston Marathon, Switzer is glad to see other female runners:

'When I go to the Boston Marathon now, I have wet shoulders—women fall into my arms crying. They're weeping for joy because running has changed their lives. They feel they can do anything.'
She was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 2011 for creating a social revolution by empowering women around the world through running. Since 1967, she has worked to improve running opportunities for women in different parts of the world.

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09 Apr

#HerMoJo ♀VIDEO .@_TOUGH_GIRL #ACTIV8aFriend & climbs Snowdon

10:00 Tough Girls take you up Snowdon - safely!

11:00

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Sarah Williams' Tough Girl Podcast is all about motivating and inspiring women & girls. Join her on the way up Snowdon - with Tough Girls.

There are lots of routes up Snowdon make sure you pick the right route for you and your party. The routes are all of various lengths and difficulties. Pick the route which fits your experience level. The Llanberis Route is one of the most popular routes and is one of the easiest. This can get very busy during the summer and the weekends. All of the routes are signposted at the start. 



If you do the Llanberis Path, get to the car park early, it fills up fast. We got there about 8.30 am which was just about perfect. Fifteen minutes after that it started to get really busy with people queuing to get in.The Llanberis Path is about 9 miles there and back and will take around six hours to walk. The ascent is 975 metres. 



Put Snowdon Mountain Railway into your sat nav and the car park is opposite the station.The car park costs £7 for the day and with that you get a £4 voucher for the Royal Victoria Hotel.



You can do the walk in trainers, but I would recommend walking boots. The pathways can be rocky and uneven and it would be very easy to twist an ankle. Having comfy walking boots with ankle support is a must. Wear sunscreen even if it's not sunny, you will catch the sun through the clouds. Check the weather before you go the weather can be unpredictable on Snowdon and can change very quickly. Stick to the pathways.



There are not many places on the way up or down to do to the toilet, trying to go outside can be difficult if you’re a girl as there are not many rocks you can go behind.Go for layers instead of big heavy jumpers, as the weather can change quickly. One minute you're hot and sweaty the next your freezing cold as the sun goes behing the clouds. Take enough water with you. I would recommend about two litres. A camel pack is ideal as you can keep sipping as you walk, instead of having to get a bottle out of your bag every ten minutes or so.



Take a hat and gloves with you, it can get a lot colder the higher up you get and you want to keep your extremities warm. Look up and around you every once in a while, you can get so focused on walking you can spend the whole day just looking at the ground and where your going to place your feet next you can miss out of the gorgeous views!



The summit as Snowdon can get very busy and you'll have to queue to get a picture at the very top.



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09 Apr

#HERMoJo - Exhausted Athlete? Female Athlete Triad with .@WSNet & .@FemaleTriad

12:00 - The Female Athlete Triad meets HERMoJo!

13:00

The Female Athlete Triad is a syndrome of three interrelated conditions that female athletes & players often expereince.

They exist on a continuum of severity, including: Energy Deficiency with or without Disordered Eating, Menstrual Disturbances/Amenorrhea, Bone Loss/Osteoporosis.

Read more about Female Athlete Triad - extract from MoJoManuals - helping teen girls enjoy competitive sport by overcoming some of the many issues they face!

The advice we offer in the Feeling Good zone – bone health, healthy food, rehydration, the menstrual cycle and smart training – is there to  help you train well and support you being a young woman as well as an athlete. We want you to be on top form and avoid habits which can lead to lack of energy, tiredness, disrupted periods - and even fragile bones. Any combination of disordered eating, menstrual
problems and bone health in female athletes (plus any associated energy deficit/lowered performance) is often described as the ‘Female Athlete Triad’.

Food and water to fuel your exercise - Eating the right foods at the right times will help avoid ‘Female Athlete Triad’ – other signs to look out  for are: feeling overly tired from excessive training, over exercising or decreasing the amount of food you eat. Abnormal eating habits restricting foods, skipping meals, eating disorders) can also result F.A.T. symptoms – causing low energy levels. These can disrupt your period and increase risk of injury. So, eat and drink smart to train smart! 

Keep track of your menstrual cycle - By using a period tracker app (or tracking the start and end dates of you period in a diary or calendar) you will be able to work out your menstrual pattern. Irregular or multiple missed periods can impact bone health by disrupting oestrogen levels. If you have missed periods or your periods haven’t started by the time you are 15 OR if you began breast development more than three years ago and haven’t started your periods, it’s worth arranging a check-up just to make sure everything is OK.

Bone growth – your bones are growing fast in the early teens so, again a healthy diet that includes calcium (see page 32), sensible training and period tracking are all essential to keep them strong.

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09 Apr

#MenoMoJo ♀VIDEO - Coping with the Menopause by being ACTIVE with .@MenoandMe

12:00 Join Jane Dowling & Dr Renee - as they chat exercise and MenoMojo

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Jane Dowling and Dr Renee talk about menopausal exercise and HRT

This week Dr Renee meets menopause blogger and life coach, Jane Dowling. She is a clinical exercise practitioner and menopause advocate. Her blog offer's advice and can be found at www.menoandme.com. Jane regularly shares great advice on her popular Instagram page @menoandme .

Here they discuss the many benefits of exercise in menopause, impacting on bone, heart and brain health as well as improving mental health. Jane runs frequent Menopause Day's - more info here - menoandme.com. 

Come along to meet others embroiled in the menopause, listen to inspirational speakers including Jane Lewis talking vagina's, Dr Renee on menopause & HRT and Jane talking exercise. On the day join the fun and simple exercise that will be at everyone's level. There will be snack and a goody bag.

Ted Talk:

This is the Ted Talk Jane mentioned. https://youtu.be/BHY0FxzoKZE

MenoMoJoTV - find yours, follow us (@MenoMoJoTV) for daily updates on new videos supporting you & your menopause - Advice, support & guidance. A joint initiative by The Women's Sports Network in partnership with Menopause Matters magazine (@menomatters) supporting women in being more ACTIVE during their menopause.

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10 Apr

#HerMoJo ♀VIDEO Getting ACTIVE over 50 with .@FaithDeyFitness & .@Her_MoJo

13:00 - Exercising & Conditioning for Women Over 50 : Getting Fit

10:40

Faith Dey at EHow supports #ACTIV8afriend - a gentle 'nudge' every month to help get more women, more ACTIVE!

  • Exercises for women over 50 are very important if you include strength training. Learn about exercising and conditioning for women over 50 with help from a nationally recognized fitness specialist in this free video clip.
  • Expert: Faith Dey        Filmmaker: Vincent Buckley
  • Series Description: Getting fit and staying that way doesn't have to drain your wallet with expensive equipment purchases or gym memberships. Find out how to get fit at home or even at work with help from a nationally recognized fitness specialist in this free video series.

More info: faithdeyfitness.com  Twitter: @FaithDeyFitness 

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10 Apr

#MenoMoJo -♀VIDEO Caffeine and your Menopause - .@MayoClinic

12:00 - How does caffeine affect your menopause?

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Does drinking caffiene affect your menopause?

Dr. Stephanie Faubion discusses a Mayo Clinic study, published by the journal Menopause, which found an association between caffeine intake and more bothersome hot flashes and night sweats in postmenopausal women. The study also showed an association between caffeine intake and fewer problems with mood, memory and concentration in perimenopausal women, possibly because caffeine is known to enhance arousal, mood and attention. This is the largest study to date on caffeine and menopausal symptoms.

Drinking caffeine may worsen the hot flashes and night sweats that affect roughly two-thirds of women as they go through menopause, new survey data suggests.
"While these findings are preliminary, our study suggests that limiting caffeine intake may be useful for those postmenopausal women who have bothersome hot flashes and night sweats," said researcher Dr. Stephanie Faubion, director of the Women's Health Clinic at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Mi

But caffeine -- a stimulant found in coffee and colas -- appears to have a different effect on women beginning the transition into menopause (known as perimenopause). In their case, caffeine might boost their mood, memory and concentration, the survey suggested.
The findings, published online July 23 in the journal Menopause, stem from a Mayo Clinic poll of more than 1,800 menopausal women conducted between 2005 and 2011. Symptoms were compared between caffeine users and nonusers.

Read more - HERE

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10 Apr

#HERMoJo - ♀VIDEO Cheshire Girls Can with .@R_S_P_H .@Her_MoJo

13:00 Guys & Dolls hair salon a great place for Public Health in @ActiveCheshire

14:00

ACTIVE Cheshire supports #ACTIV8afriend - a gentle 'nudge' every month to help get more women more ACTIVE!

ACTIVE Cheshire & The Royal Society for Public Health are working closely to use diet and activity to build healthier communities.  This video shows how local engagement through simple locations such as hair salons can form a hub to develop community public health knowledge.

RSPH research explores how businesses on the high street can impact the health of the public and includes league tables ranking the 'unhealthiest' high streets across London and the UK. The report also includes a range of measures to make high streets more health promoting, including:

  • Local authorities to be given greater planning powers to prevent the proliferation of betting shops, payday lenders and fast food outlets
  • Public health criteria to be a condition of licensing for all types of business
  • Mandatory food hygiene ratings linked to calorie and nutrition labelling for fast food outlets
  • A limit of 5% of each type of business on a high street in order to avoid oversaturation and provide affordable choice
  • Legislation to enable local councils to set their own differential business rates to encourage healthier outlets and discourage those that are detrimental to health.

The Royal Society for Public Health - an independent charity dedicated to the promotion and protection of collective human health and wellbeing. Follow on Twitter - @R_S_P_H MORE INFO HERE

ITN Productions & Royal Society for Public Health video featuring Active Cheshire.

How can you #ACTIV8afriend? 

Most women only need a 'nudge' to get more active - so WSNet runs a monthly #ACTIV8afriend programme on social media.  Why don’t you join us on the 'eighth' of each month and invite a friend, rellie or neighbour to join you at your class . . . or for a run.  If you run a #FemaleFriendly class/club - offer a discount, voucher, BOGOF . . .or just a FREE session if people bring a friend.  You get more folk joining your sessions - we get more women more ACTIVE.

So why not join us? Keep the spirit of @WomenSportsWeek & #ThisGIRLCan alive #ACTIV8afriend - once a month on the 8th! 
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10 Apr

#HerMoJo ♀VIDEO Third trimester home pregnancy workout with .@kimmy_fitness

14:00 - Third trimester working out with my young little boy

15:00

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Welcome to Kimmyfitness. My world of my work combined with my life= mummy fitness. You will find lots of workout videos that you can safely do through out your pregnancy and post pregnancy too. There are step by step workout videos and short clips of workouts you can do. Please feel free to comment, share and subscribe!

Third trimester home pregnancy workout

This is a third trimester home pregnancy workout with or without another baby of yours! I would suggest 2 rounds but 1 round is absolutely perfect. Please keep hydrated throughout and please do not ignore any abnormal pains. Make sure midwives are aware you are exercising. Have fun with it and have a wonderful healthy last few weeks of pregnancy! For more info do check out my website www.kimmyfitness.com or Email me; kimmyfitnesspt@gmail.com

If you are ready to start my MummyFitness pregnancy exercise programmes please get in touch; 

my mummyfitness@gmail.com All mummies are welcome.

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10 Apr

#HERMoJo Four Post-Pregnancy core exercises .@kimmy_fitness

15:00 find your MoJo post pregnancy

16:00

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Welcome to Kimmyfitness. My world of my work combined with my life= mummy fitness. You will find lots of workout videos that you can safely do through out your pregnancy and post pregnancy too. There are step by step workout videos and short clips of workouts you can do. Please feel free to comment, share and subscribe!

Here are 4 Post pregnancy core exercises with options.
You can do these exercises before your 6 weeks post birth check to help start strengthening and rebuilding your core. After birth our core is very weak and requires specific training to help rebuild and repair in the correct way. These are 4 exercises that can help, however you need to be cautious and concentrate whilst doing them. Think about your breathe and engaging in your abdominals(which feels very different at this stage however you will feel and notice the change) PLEASE DO NOT ignore any abnormal pain! And do let your midwife know you have started core repair work!

Do be careful training #postpregnancy because our body still continues to have the relaxin hormone in, which makes our bodies very flexible and our joints quite loose. This is why I would advise no heavy lifting within the first few months especially if you are new to exercise! You know your body so please go with the options that are given if you need to! Remember we have all started from the beginning

In the last two exercises feel free to place your foot down if you need too - then aim to keep your foot off the ground through the exercise. Balance work is so amazing for your tummy! 

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