The following postpartum exercise guidelines are just 'guidelines' as they form the basis for re-commencing a postnatal exercise and recovery program ONLY after you have been given approval by your doctor.
The first six weeks following your baby’s birth (postpartum care period) is a very important time not only for your baby, but also for your own health and well-being. All too often postnatal care for mother is neglected as priority is given to baby.
Here's What to Expect with Your Postpartum Recovery After Childbirth. During the days and weeks after the delivery of your baby it is vital that you understand what changes will occur to your body and what it takes to recover during this postpartum recovery period.
There are some women who have no problem returning to their pre-pregnancy weight while others struggle when they want to lose baby weight. Once you have completed your postpartum recovery, then, and only then, should you prioritise losing weight.
Today it's just you and me talking about post pregnancy body awareness. We're going to have a chat about that fact that you CAN do this! So make sure you watch this one!
PregActive Workout 6 For your PregActive Workout 6 you can either workout alongside me in the video class. This workout consists of 2 x 10 minute sets. You can complete them together in this 20 minute video, or just do the first if you are looking for a
PregActive Workout 5 For your PregActive Workout 5 you can either workout alongside me in the video class. This workout consists of 2 x 10 minute sets. You can complete them together in this 20 minute video, or just do the first if you are looking for
Today we are talking about posture postpartum! How do you stand? How do you sit? This week, I want you to assess your posture and start implementing some positive changes to help you feel better, LOOK better and prevent back pain!
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