Oh, hindsight is a beautiful thing! If only I knew back then what I do now about Tupler Exercises for Diastasis Recti. In the first part, I wish I knew what Diastasis Recti was. Then the second part, knowing what Tupler Exercises for Diastasis Rectiwere actually suitable. I might not have such a gap, with such a bulge. Whilst many of us look back and wish we did things differently, it shocks me when I look back about some of the potential damage I was doing to my separation. I was definitely not treating my separation with care, and most certainly not undertaking safe Tupler Exercises for Diastasis Recti.Let’s put it this way; I was doing EVERYTHING that you are told not to do!
Let’s analyse (yes, I’m throwing myself under the bus all for the sake of examples) my exercise regime and what I was doing wrong.
So three key elements underpin any exercise. To ensure you do not sheer, flare or put force on the connective tissue of the diastasis recti. Ha! This is what I was doing. For thirteen classes a week!
I could seriously go on for a long time giving you a list of what could be achieved by eliminating undertaking proper Tupler Exercises for Diastasis Recti. So if you want some inspiration, guidance or support to return to exercise, Aleenta Barre hold MumCore classes, nine-week programs to help decrease or prevent diastasis recti and provide general support to pre and post-pregnant mothers.
If you would like any further information on Tupler Exercises for Diastasis Recti, please contact NMT’s head office on 1300 217 372 or send them an email to firstname.lastname@example.org