How to exercise after baby

Finding 5 minutes for home workout – you know it makes sense. But it’s so often easier said than done. Whether you’ve just had a baby and need to relieve pain or lose baby weight, or your children are a little older and you need something that doesn’t take up much time? So if you’re…

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The core of the body is an area that carries out the main load during pregnancy. Limited physical activity and natural body changes make core muscles stretched and weakened in the postpartum period. As a result, new mothers often experience back pain, discomfort in pelvic area and wobbly mummy tummy. However, exercises to strengthen your…

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2 weeks ago we gave you the first 5 ways Mums can fit exercise into their normal daily routine, whilst doing the washing and other housework… We’ve created another 5 easy ways for you Mums!!   Playing with your baby Why not join your baby or toddler on the floor as they play? Of course,…

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At BeHappyMum we love bite-size exercises that new mums can fit into their busy days.  And we know how important it is for new mums i the postpartum/post-pregnancy stage to exercise correctly when, so we’ve developed simple Do’s and Dont’s for each of our FitMama exercises. This sneak preview looks at the Butt Squat Blooper,…

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Yesterday, we talked about beautifying ours butts and looked at the Butt Squat Blooper – one of the 3 most common postpartum/post-pregnancy workout mistakes. Today, we’re looking at the mummy-tummy, with an illustrated guide on how to avoid the Crippling Crunch, another common (and potentially painful) mistake… As we saw yesterday, it’s vital that new…

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After pregnancy, women often complain about upper body pains and especially postnatal shoulder ache. And it’s not a surprise at all, as they’re cuddling their baby all the time, doing the housework with a baby in one hand and often sleep with their arms around the child. This is a massive load upon their shoulders. And this pain can even…

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Many new mums exercise to get back in shape after childbirth. But if you’re thinking about starting postnatal exercises, it’s really important that you do it correctly. Because not only does it take your body months to recover from childbirth – you also don’t want to be wasting your precious time getting your post pregnancy…

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