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Podgy Tummy After Baby

Podgy Tummy After Baby

Now, this is a blog I can poke fun at. I have to lift the tone to this article as it can be a sensitive subject and right now, looking down at my Podgy Tummy After Baby I have to laugh, or I’ll cry. My Podgy Tummy After Baby is quite evident, and even more evident now that I have stopped teaching classes and begun a desk job with little to no exercise. When we put on a few kilograms, our Podgy Tummy After Baby becomes even more evident (it has in my case anyway). It tells me I need to get back into fitness and exercise and start being a little bit more strict on the amount of Tim Tams I eat in one sitting.

My Podgy Tummy After Baby is hilarious to my kids, and despite them coming up and saying that I am ‘snuggly and squishy’ there does come the point when they start trying to talk with my rolls that it becomes humiliating, not funny.

My Podgy Tummy After Baby has become a part of me, but also my enemy. Even when I am at goal weight, I can still feel the Podgy Tummy After Baby. I was a trainer, instructor, and teacher for over two years and when I started training in diastasis recti and undertaking the exercises, I could finally see some tone and structure to my Podgy Tummy After Baby. Was this a miracle? No. It was proper rehabilitation for the separation that I clearly had gained from all the years of gymnastics and sport, flaring of my ribs and then after having two kids. Whilst my first was only the size of a bag of sugar, my second child most definitely stretched my connective tissue even more and resulted in a high four-centimeter gap just below my ribs. Whilst I complain about my Podgy Tummy After Baby to my husband a lot now, there is something simple I can do about it. Find a No Mummy Tummy Trainer and undertake the program to reduce it!

To help reduce your Podgy Tummy After Baby, this program or rehab for the tummy muscles will protect and strengthen the recti muscles. This is done in four steps:

  1. Exercising safely
  2. Wearing the diastasis splint
  3. Protecting and strengthening the core
  4. Moving diastasis safe

By using the above four steps, women can heal their stretched connective tissue, learn to protect it by wearing a diastasis approved splint and move and exercise in a safe manner. It honestly feels so secure, and you don’t even feel your Podgy Tummy After Baby.

For more information about options for your Podgy Tummy After Baby, please contact the No Mummy Tummy Team on 1300 217 372 or email them at hello@nomummytummy.com.au

When you have a reduction in your Podgy Tummy After Baby, you will be thanking the Trainers over and over!