Exercises for postpartum
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042: Essential Breathing Strategies & Posture Exercises For Postpartum Fitness

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Having a baby is a traumatic event in so many ways, right! Your body adjusts and changes so much during your pregnancy and now you’ve given birth, you need to ensure you take care of you and do what you can to return to normality.

For many women, issues such as bladder incontinence, pelvic floor weakness or prolapse occur and it’s a difficult time. In this episode, I’m speaking with Tonie Lough, a personal trainer and author of “Getting to the Core of Postpartum Fitness”. Tonie talks about specific exercises for postpartum fitness you can use to retrain your natural system of core strength and bladder control.

I hope you enjoy the insights that Tonie shares.

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About Tonie Lough

Tonie Lough

After a traumatic running experience that left Tonie with a feeling of being betrayed by her body, she began her path to becoming a personal trainer.

As she trained women she heard more and more stories of similar experiences. Mom Home Fitness works to address some of the conditions that can linger after pregnancy and focuses on specific exercises, and timing of those exercises, to retrain our natural system of core strength and bladder control.

With the release of the new eBook (and videos!) “Getting to the Core of Postpartum Fitness” Tonie hopes to make these exercises accessible to any mom with the same issues!

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