There are a lot of babies that want to be with mommy all the time so how are you supposed to find time to workout? That’s why I prepared this fitness routine! You can do this postpartum workout with your baby at home and use your baby as a weight! It is suitable for babies at any age – but probably best until your baby can walk (because then they often don’t want to be held) or until your baby gets too heavy for you to lift.
This postnatal fitness sequence is not something to keep you and your baby entertained but it is a real full workout! It is very effective as it trains all body parts and burns lots of calories without any jumping that puts stress on your pelvic floor. If you want to lose some baby weight, I suggest doing this workout 2-3 times a week.
If you gave birth only a few weeks ago you should get a go from your healthcare provider that you can exercise again! If you have a diastasis recti there are two exercises that need modifications. I will explain it when we get there. Please always watch your baby and only continue if your baby enjoys the workout. My baby had a blast and I hope yours will as well! Enjoy this mommy and me home workout!
25 Min Mommy & Me Workout With Baby Carrier:
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00:00 Intro & How to hold baby
04:55 Full Body Workout
26:40 End & Outro
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DISCLAIMER: The information in this video is not intended to take the place of medical advice from your healthcare provider. Viewers are strongly advised to consult with their doctor or other healthcare provider before undertaking any exercise or exercise program demonstrated in this video. Any application of the recommendations provided in this video is at the viewer’s discretion and sole risk.