There comes a point in your 3rd trimester where all you dream about are waistlines and wedge heels. Imagine wearing jeans with actual snaps that close! And then you\’ve got your baby, who is healthy as can be, thank heavens, and such a little darling, and you have still got plenty of stomach where the tiny dove used to roll around and kick you if you ate spicy food for dinner or snuck a sip of wine.
The question to hand is how to get fit safely, at the pace right for your body and your baby. These are some tips that address your entire person, not just flattening those abs.
1. Wear a motherhood support girdle. It\’s good for your back, it lends support to the pliancy of your stomach, poor stretched out thing, and it gives you a touch svelter shape even though it protects you. Don\’t leave home without your maternity support girdle–and wear it at home, too, if you are going to be standing for a lengthy period of time for any cause ( risotto, anyone? ).
2. Give up indulging the cravings. Pickles are not too bad, but that was a large amount of ice cream you were eating in the latter days. It was fun, but now that you have delivered, it\’s time to return your focus to health aware eating. This does not mean dropping meals or taking in too few calories, though. Make sure you are getting plenty of calories for breastfeeding, young woman! Your concern is passing nutrition along to the small one, and that means 1,800 calories a day, from a mix of sensible foods.
3. Walk. In the first 6 weeks, you need to take it easy and let your body heal. You have enough on your plate feeding the newly born and recovering from this extraordinary nine months of excitement, expansion and change. But before starting with any more intense exercise, bring walking back into your life on a regular basis. Walk with baby, naturally, showing him off to the world, who needs to see this new tiny life, trust us, and don\’t forget to wear your motherhood support girdle.
4. Simple yoga stretches. Another thing you can do as soon as your body feels able is stretch. Take a cue from your prenatal yoga classes, and either return to a postnatal class, if this is available to you, or do some delicate stretching at home each day . Kegels are a good stretch to restore the vaginal floor and walls. A little at a time, and gradually.
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