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6 Exercises to Rebuild Your Core after Pregnancy

A Workout Plan to Repair Your Abs

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I need to rebuild core because of an accident so I am going to try them Report
And none of these exercises are in the Fitness Source, therefore no points. Grr. Report
MUSICNUT
Thanks for a great article! :) Report
PYADAV
Thanks for the exercises, I will try them even I am at 54.

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What about after hernia surgery? Report
I either have a weak back or weak abs. Either way, I need to strengthen my core so not to have sciatica pain. I went to physical therapy to help eliminate the pain, and was doing great. Then however, I gained some weight and my core went more flabby. I saw this article and thought it sounded like it might be the same as when I went to PT... sure enough - these exercises are alike and I'm going to try to do more of. Thanks SP! Report
I either have a weak back or weak abs. Either way, I need to strengthen my core so not to have sciatica pain. I went to physical therapy to help eliminate the pain, and was doing great. Then however, I gained some weight and my core went more flabby. I saw this article and thought it sounded like it might be the same as when I went to PT... sure enough - these exercises are alike and I'm going to try to do more of. Thanks SP! Report
I've had 9 full-term babies, and lost my 10th in miscarriage early on. I've gained only five pounds per child, but that sure added up! 9x5= eek!
My attempts at fitness were sincere, but not consistent. I was easily side-tracked...esp since the 9 children came within 13 years.
But it's NEVER too late to get in shape. Don't give up. Fitness and health need to be a daily part of our lives, not just something we TAG ON when we see a rise in the scale or on the measuring tape.

Last year I had an ovarian cyst surgery (much like a hysterectomy in healing) and THIS year I had an incisional hernia that needed 'major surgery'. So keep up the movement.
Any kind of movement is better than NONE. So take baby steps if the idea of fitness overwhelms you. Report
I am a little over 10 weeks postpartum.
This was my 5th full term pregnancy and I notice my pelvic girdle is much more uncomfortable and painful with certain movements, let alone exercises.
I will add these to my workout routine. Report
I was given these exercises to do after my back surgeries and it was suggested that I do them every day to help with my mobility and to keep my core strong since I have very limited mobility due to the injury. Report
Even though it has been over 20 years since I had my last child I am going to give these exercises a try. Report
I wish I had seen this before my weak post-partum abs caused a slipped disc! But better late than never... Report
LIVEEASYRUNHARD
It took a YEAR before my core felt normal again after an emergency C-section. My son is now 3 and I'm only just reaching pre-pregnancy strength - not through being lazy either, I'm someone who enjoys exercise. Report
what if the baby is 22 years old ? Report
I wish I knew this when I was carrying. Report

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