Getting back to exercise after having a baby is important for the body and mind, but take it slow to let your body adjust naturally.
Crunch style sit-ups while pregnant put too much pressure on your lower back and mid-line. But this doesn’t mean you have to give up abdominal exercises altogether!
Understanding what’s safe and what to avoid when starting a postnatal fitness program can be confusing. Here are a few Do’s and Don’ts to keep you on track.
Playing a major role in battling PND, exercise is a vital tool used to enhance mental and physical wellbeing.
Increasing back strength with leg and abdominal muscle tone can offset common ailments of pregnancy.
Making a few simple diet changes during your pregnancy can help both you and bub get a healthy head start.
One of the most common questions women ask when they become pregnant is, “Is it okay to exercise?”
A strong core and pelvic floor will assist in achieving an easier delivery and recovery. This 15 minute workout will teach you how to work the abdominal and pelvic-floor muscles separately.