Generally, it is recommended that women wait about six weeks to start exercising after they have given birth; eight weeks if they have had a cesarean. However, some women can start exercising before this. Listen to your body and wait until you feel ready.
Ooh, I am so excited to share these pictures with you!!! Celebrate with us - like this post and share the love in comments! Meet one of my favorite and most successful clients - Vanessa Her main goal was to lose belly fat and to tone up (she had a baby 7 months before starting my workout program). We trained 3 times per week for 2,5 month. In total we had 30 workouts or 30 days of training.
Home workouts only, we never left her house. Sometimes we would use TRX for an outdoors full body workout in her backyard.
Vanessa’s results in 30 workouts: ✅7 inches off her waist ✅2,5% of body fat down ✅4 lb down ✅Increased muscle mass ✅Improved endurance and balance
I should also mention that Vanessa is a mom of 3 small children 👶🏻👧🏻👩🏻 and she was not looking for excuses!
Here is an example of how our workouts would look like:
⏰ You’ll need a timer 🔥BEGINNERS: 30 seconds work, 30 seconds rest between exercises 🔥ADVANCED: 45 seconds work, 20 seconds rest 💪🏻 ⚠️Remember to focus on high quality reps, don’t half ass this workout
Watch videos of each exercise here 1️⃣LUNGE TO LEG SWITCH 2️⃣FLOOR TAP TO LUNGE 3️⃣HIP THRUST TO KICK 4️⃣180 JUMP SQUAT 5️⃣SPLIT SQUAT TO HOP (left leg) 5️⃣SPLIT SQUAT TO HOP (right leg) 🔄Repeat 3 rounds. Rest between rounds 40 seconds.