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Muscle-Building Workout and Diet


Hey, my name is Erin, and I’m a former U.S.
junior Olympics certified swim coach and personal trainer, and fitness is my passion, so I cannot
wait to share it with you guys. All right, ladies, welcome to your post-baby
workout. Most new moms are rightfully concerned about
their figures after they give birth. Now, likely you’ve put on a minimum of thirty
pounds, which is natural. Don’t worry. It’s going to come off. 80 percent of any sort of getting into shape
route is your diet, not going to lie. Right? So, 20 percent is your workout. That said, your workout can help motivate
you to eat a little bit cleaner, so they go hand in hand. Now, for a woman who has just given birth,
one of the things you’re most concerned with is your core. Right? You’ve been carrying around all this weight
in your midsection for a very long time. Some great moves that you can do to help begin
to tighten that section up again and stabilize your core involve using the physioball. Which is why my recommendation for new moms,
I think the best piece of equipment you can buy, most bang for your buck, is a physioball. Why? Because you can do the exercises that you
need on it, it’s portable, you can use it in your bedroom or in your living room with
your baby right by your side which is nice, doesn’t make a lot of noise so the baby could
be sleeping. It also activates the core and it allows for
modification. You can use the ball to modify a lot of different
moves. So, I’m going to show you guys a couple of
different things that you can do, and there’s various ways that you can modify to make it
more or less intense. But I’m showing it to you guys here, because
each person is a different height. I’m 5′ 8”, so I need a physioball that’s
a different size than you at home might need. So, just make sure that, you know, proportionally
it kind of looks like this, and it’s going to be a good size for you to use. Next thing you want to do is make sure that
you have your yoga mat. So if you don’t have a yoga mat, you can use
a towel at home. Just, something to protect yourself from the
floor. The best thing about these workouts is that
you can do them at home, with your baby by your side, which is a nice way for a new mom
to bond with your little one. Hope you enjoyed, good luck!

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