Working Out For Your Cycle

Working Out For Your Cycle

Working Out For Your Cycle

Are you tailoring your workouts based on your cycle? With all the hormonal fluctuations we endure throughout the month, doing so might change your life.

Everyone's cycles are a little different—it’s important that above all, you’re listening to your body.

Menstrual Phase (Days 1-5): Honor your body

If you need rest, rest. Feeling stressed or anxious? Do some low impact movement (hot girl walks always accepted). Did you know? Exercising on your period can help relieve menstrual cramps and improve mood.

Follicular Phase (Days 6-14): Ramp up

This is the perfect time to push yourself. Set some new personal records in your spin class or take that boxing class you’ve been eyeing. You’ll feel extra powerful during HIIT and strength training workouts.

Ovulatory Phase (Days 15-17): Recover

During this phase, you’re more prone to injury. That doesn’t mean you should pump the brakes, it just means you should give yourself plenty of stretch & recovery time as you continue to take advantage of your higher energy levels.

Luteal Phase (Days 18-28): Slow down

As you near your period, you might want to skip the high intensity workouts and focus on low impact strength workouts & restorative exercises like yoga and pilates. 

If you haven’t heard, 2 FLO a day can help make your entire menstrual cycle a whole lot smoother. By naturally balancing hormones, FLO’s ingredients help reduce the intensity of cramps, bloating, mood swings, and more! 

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Plus, our MOTO Capsules have a blend of herbal antioxidants and clinically-studied ingredients to help promote healthy metabolism, fat burning, and regulate blood sugar.