Smart Core Reconditioning for Moms
Women who go through childbirth have stretched out, weak core muscles and connective tissue, yes...even athletic moms. But this is not a lost cause. Your tissue and muscles CAN regain strength, shape and function again through proper reconditioning.
Simply doing isolated "kegels" and heading back to the gym does not properly retrain the inner core to strengthen and function as a whole. Women deserve to know how to get their core back and what can be done DURING and AFTER pregnancy to offset many problems such as the common "belly bulge" diastasis recti, stress incontinence, prolapse, back pain, posture issues and more.
What makes MomBod Fitness different from other Pre/Post Natal programs out there?
MomBod Fitness is about helping moms keep and regain inner core strength throughout pregnancy and beyond. Proper core exercises are a must and sometimes a Maternity support is needed during pregnancy. After childbirth ReCORE and the Post-Natal FITsplint is recommended for every post-partum mom and focuses on strengthening the inner core progressively and functionally. The spine and hips become more stable, the stretched out muscles and tissue WILL strengthen and shorten, posture will improve, the pelvic floor will regain strength ...and yes, a trimmer, stronger waist is a great benefit.
"As a sports medical professional, I've helped athletes restabilize their core muscles and decrease low back pain. But, I've never had to start with the very basic exercises needed for someone who had just had a baby and had all their abdominal muscles and tissue stretched and weakened! This was truly an eye-opening experience, and I'm so glad that I worked with Celeste on building on the basics of my strength before I tried any of the more advanced and difficult exercises I know from treating athletes..."
-From Mary, an athletic trainer who used the Maternity FITsplint, wore it post-partum and did the ReCORE program.
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5 Prenatal Core Exercises Included Inside!
After childbirth women have some degree of abdominal separation (stretching of connective tissue and muscles). It is not guaranteed to shorten on its own. Wear after delivery for up to 6 weeks. The FITsplint will pull and hold stretched out rectus abdominal muscles close together for an effective recovery (while doing ReCORE or safe corrective exercises).
5 ReCORE Exercises Included Inside!
**If you are currently pregnant and want to buy the Post-Natal FITsplint ahead of time, buy a size larger than your pre-pregnancy waist.
If we are SOLD out of a size, please order through Figure8Maternity.com, thanks!
Total core reconditioning for the Post-Natal Mom
Online/In-Home - Irvine, Orange County CA
Every woman needs proper core reconditioning after pregnancy and childbirth. We have access to lactation consultants, OB's, pediatricians, midwives, nurses..but NO direction in how to regain core strength. The inner core NEEDS attention and ignoring it for months/years can make women more likely to deal with diastasis recti, stress incontinence, prolapse etc. To avoid physical therapy later, re-strengthening the core before returning to "typical workouts" is important. Typical gym exercises do not strengthen the stretched out core properly. Yes some women are fortunate and the weight falls off and the abs look good... but most do not get their core function back fully. Alignment may be off and the entire core can be off balance. The inner core muscles should be strengthened progressively and functionally. By doing this you can effectively stabilize the hips, improve ab, back, glute and pelvic strength, posture and body alignment.
Sample of clients who have completed the 6 week ReCORE program
- Former Professional Triathlete -Nicole DeBoom
- Rachel Reiff Ellis (Editor of Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine)
- Professional Mountain Biker
- Former Professional Opera Singer
- Mom of 9!
- Moms with mild stress incontinence and mild prolapse
- Moms 2 months post-partum
- Mom over 5 years post-partum
- Mom's with c-sections
- Moms without Diastasis Recti
- Mom's with Diastasis Recti
- Ironman Triathlete
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