Research shows that Pilates can help to strengthen your core, (abs and back), relax your body, and can help to...
Research shows that Pilates can help to strengthen your core, (abs and back), relax your body, and can help to ease your post pregnancy body back into a good fitness routine. Pilates alone won't help you lose all that baby weight, but it is a great component of a post-pregnancy exercise routine. Most experts reccommend that you do Pilates about three times a week - at this rate you should feel positive body changes within a month. Now, if you did Pilates before your baby came, you may know how to get started. If you haven't tried Pilates you can take a class, which is the best idea for learning, but not the best idea for mamas with little time. Another option is to find a good book (also time heavy), or a DVD. The DVD option may be best for busy, new mamas. First you need to get an ok to exercise from your health care provider, and then you can look into some resources. Prenatal & Postnatal Pilates - DVD: 2 workout level, 20 mins only. Fusion Pilates - Exercise With Baby: Fun way to get in shape and play with your baby. Made especially for busy mamas. Here's a long list of pregnancy and post-pregnancy Pilates DVD / video options.

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