I get it. The barrier to good, effective exercise can be high.
A trainer costs a lot of money. It's far from the house. It's hot outside. Postpartum that barrier gets REALLY FUCKING HIGH - you're tired. Your body hurts. You're scared of doing damage. You have no idea where to start. Exercise can be hard. It can be expensive. It can be complicated and time consuming.
But movement is easy, simple and cheap... FREE even. It can be done in a few minutes.
I'm a really big
I've heard quite a few incorrect / misinformed / downright silly things about diastasis recti after pregnancy lately, so let's set the record straight... Let's take a look at some of the biggest WHOPPERS I've heard lately... Diastasis Recti Myth #1: you need a "diagnosis" by a medical professional How do you know if you have Diastasis Recti after pregnancy? You do not need a formal "diagnosis" by a doctor or any other healthcare professional. They DON'T get taught how to chec