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3 Exercises for Postpartum Fat Loss

3 Exercises for Postpartum Fat Loss

As you’ll know from my previous posts, there are many priorities for a new mom that take precedence over fat loss, like pelvic floor/deep core muscle recovery, nourishment and stress management. That being said, the changes that pregnancy and childbirth create...
How to Eliminate the Post-Baby Pooch

How to Eliminate the Post-Baby Pooch

Pregnancy and childbirth take the ultimate toll on your body. Over the course of 10 months, you are growing a human and your body is adapting accordingly. Before we learn how to undo what pregnancy does to the body, it is important to understand how complex these...
3 Exercises to Avoid After Giving Birth

3 Exercises to Avoid After Giving Birth

So you just had a baby, and you’re not loving the way your body looks (especially in the midsection). The doctor says you are cleared to exercise, but doesn’t tell you any more detail than that.  So you go online and google the best exercises to lose belly...
Common Postpartum Conditions

Common Postpartum Conditions

Common Postpartum Conditions Going through pregnancy is no easy task.  You carry an ever-growing little human, AND an organ (the placenta) that your body creates to nourish that new life.  This creates a lot of strain on your pelvic organs, muscles, bones and tissues....
Dead Bug Sequence

Dead Bug Sequence

The dead bug sequence is a great progression to start challenging the core after about 6 weeks postpartum. There are a few ways to do this exercise.  First you want to get into the dead bug position: Once you’re in this position, you’ll want to do a deep...