9 Tips for Exercising with Hashimoto’s

9 Tips for Exercising with Hashimoto’s

With Hashimoto’s, you’ve got a few extra things to consider when it comes to planning your exercise routine. It’s common for women with Hashimoto’s to struggle losing weight and beating the crushing fatigue, but luckily I’ve discovered some critical Hashimoto’s...
Frozen Shoulder and Hashimoto’s

Frozen Shoulder and Hashimoto’s

One day you reach up to comb your hair or slip an arm in your favorite jacket and you feel a pull. At first you think nothing of it. Then you notice that washing your hair makes your shoulder feel stiff and achy. You start to lose the ability to lift your arm at all....
Knee Pain and Hashimoto’s

Knee Pain and Hashimoto’s

Do you have knee pain that comes and goes without rhyme or reason? There may have been no logical onset for the pain, like stepping off a curb awkwardly, twisting your knee as you stood up, or pushing yourself too hard at the gym. Your knees simply ache without a...
3 Ways To Make Squats Not Suck With Hashimoto’s

3 Ways To Make Squats Not Suck With Hashimoto’s

Squats, a love affair. They are like the mentor that pushes you to be your best self and challenges you to be better even when it annoys you in the moment. But it feels so good after, like a breath of fresh air and a revelation. Squats don’t make my heart sing, but...
To Workout Or Not To Workout With Hashimoto’s

To Workout Or Not To Workout With Hashimoto’s

Ladies! You’ve been diagnosed with a thyroid disease, specifically Hashimoto’s. At first the diagnosis felt devastating, confusing, and in some cases, a relief. Now you have a name to describe what you’re feeling day in and day out, which is symptoms of...