I know first hand (three times over) how hard it can be to start exercising again after having a baby. An all inclusive program is going to be your best option for getting stronger after having a baby. At this point, thousands of postpartum women have done my 4th Trimester Workout to slim down, tone up and gain core strength. The videos below share some of my favorite cardio, core training, and conditioning exercises. If you’re not quite ready to invest in The 4th Trimester Workout, they are a great way to begin.
***Please make sure that you have received your OBGYN or Midwife’s approval before performing any of these exercises.
One of the necessities of getting back into shape after having a baby is cardio conditioning. Progressing slowly will be key in a successful recovery. Watch this video for 3 of my favorite cardio drills you can do. Some of the exercises have different options, with each one becoming progressively more challenging.
Having safe go-to core exercises in your postnatal recovery can be such a game-changer. Whether you’re taking classes at the gym or working out on your own, having a few good core exercises that you know will help you strengthen your core in the safest and best way possible (and not causing or worsening potential diastasis recti) will be key in a successful postpartum recovery. Watch this video for three of my favorites:
And last but not least, creating tone and gaining upper and lower body strength are key in being a strong Mama. Here are a few of my favorites to get you started:F:;ad
Have more questions about working out after baby? Leave them in the comment section below, so I can help. If you’re interested in finding out more about The 4th Trimester Workout, go HERE.
2 thoughts on “Postpartum Cardio, Core & Conditioning Exercises”
Awesome! I like the fact that you are helping women around the world. I’m 2years postpartum and still look 3months pregnant, is it still possible to lose that belly pooch? I will really appreciate your reply thanks.
Yes! Have you checked yourself for diastasis recti? Also, please consider my 4th Trimester Workout: https://sarahaley.com/product/expecting-more-the-4th-trimester-workout/