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Fourth Trimester Recovery - Your First 12 Weeks Postpartum

January 18, 2018

Find out key tips for an efficient recovery in the 4th trimester (aka 12 weeks after birth) :

 

- Steps to rehab and retrain your pelvic floor and core

 

- Posture for babywearing to help you feel stronger with less aches or pressure

 

- What info the 6 week appointment with your care provider really gives you when it comes to returning to exercise

 

- Information about healing your diastasis (ab separation) after birth

 

- PLUS so much more

 

Some of our fave resources to help with your 4th trimester healing:

 

Jessie Mundell: Core and Floor Restore Program

 

Julie Wiebe : Pelvic floor Piston: foundation for fitness

 

Brianna Battles: Strength training for pregnant and postpartum athletes

 

Bellies Inc: Core confidence exercise program

 

Free video - Your questions about diastasis answered

 

Free video - Recovery tips for first 2 weeks postpartum

 

 

 

 

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