|When should I start training after the birth?|
|As soon as you feel able...|
The doctor and midwife will advise you to wait until your 6 week check - In reality this is a little bit of an arbitrary estimate but is probably a good guide as to when you will feel slighly recoverd and more able to even think of exercise!
As soon as it pops into your mind that you feel you're ready to try then that's when you can do some basic exericses to help you feel half human again and eventaully you can begin to put some regular exercise in place.
What happens if I have had a ceasarean ?
The doctor and midwife will advise you to wait until your 12 week check - In reality you can start slightly earlier if your scar is healing perfectly and you have proper personalised 1-1 training at home.
|Why is post natal exercise good for me?|
|Don't beat yourself up about it!|
Post natal exercise will help you improve your figure - but do it when you're ready
There are small exercises you can do everyday - while you breast feed for example (in the early days)
There are also longer groups of exercises that you can start to introduce each week
|How do I get started? |
|Call us and we'll get you going again!|
You can book for 10 sessions - Because you are a past client of ours we will give you a free session-worth £75!
You can book a 1.5 hour 'Body Rebuild' training session - This costs £75 and will be delivered by Chrissie, leaving you with a programme of exercises you can work on alone and use to rebuild your strength and tone
You can order Chrissie's book on Ceasarean Recovery - Even if you haven't had a C-section there are many useful exercise in the book that are relevant for all postnatal women
Best wishes from all at
Please do get in touch with us again and we'll do all we can to help you recover from the birth and get that fit body back!
Any advice, exercise tips (and opinions) freely given!
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