Pregnancy is a long-term journey where your body is changing every day – it would be unnatural and unrealistic to expect things to simply return to ‘normal’ overnight.
A tummy gap or Diastasis Recti is a gap of roughly 2.7cm or more between the 2 sides of the muscle that covers the front surface of the tummy area (Rectus Abdominis Muscle).
It is important to take into consideration a few key things before you start your postnatal fitness journey and the experts at CARiFiT have put together a few pointers and areas to consider to get you back on track safely and effectively.
You've brought baby home and they're settled in their new home; now it's time to help your body recover and regain your post-pregnancy strength.
Exercise professional Amy Moore advises on pelvic girdle pain and exercises that can treat and soothe it.
After you have given birth, it can feel like a minefield trying to work out what kind of exercise you can and can't do. In a nutshell this all depends on the type of birth you had - ie natural, assisted or C-se...