Have you been doing ab exercises with no results? Traditional ab exercises will never give you results. You must incorporate the correct rehabilitation exercises to heal your abs after babies and I will show you how.
Most moms do traditional ab workouts and have no success. My program uses specific physical therapy exercises that they have never been exposed to before. That makes my program different from all other programs. My program helps them avoid invasive surgeries...tummy tucks.
I am over the moon excited that you are here reading this! As a mom of 4, I understand first hand, how the body changes after pregnancy.
My mission is to share the post-baby ab and fitness secrets, that I have discovered through years of research and my own personal fitness journey, with other women who are experiencing the same challenges that I have experienced. If I can inspire, encourage, educate, and give hope to at least one other woman my mission has been accomplished!
What I want you to know is that you can heal your abs and get rid of the post baby pooch. Yes, you really can and I will show you how through my programs. Your post baby abs will be better than you could have ever imagined. I promise!
This is why I developed my highly sought after Reclaiming Strength Core Program that has helped thousands of women reclaim their core strength. I developed this program after devoting two years to educating myself and studying under two different women’s health physical therapists. Most traditional ab programs do not focus on strengthening your inner most core which is key after pregnancy. My program will teach you the correct exercises to do so that you get the results that you want!!
As a mom of 4 who had all 4 of my babies in a 5 year period, I know just how hard it can be to get your abs back after having babies. During my 4 pregnancies I developed a 3-4 finger ab separation known as diastasis recti and an umbilical cord hernia. This condition made me look pregnant months after having my baby and also exposed me to other health problems. I felt very frustrated and discouraged. At the time, there was very little information out there about diastasis recti.