The easiest way to reach your health and fitness goals are to make overall changes in your everyday life. The most common complaints heard from my clients throughout the years usually revolve around not having enough time to get their workouts in. Life happens. Between work, children and other responsibilities it can get a little crazy and sometimes it’s just not feasible to workout more than a couple days a week.
Thank you to LILLEbaby (the makers of the LILLEbaby Airflow baby carrier that I use in all my workouts) for featuring my post on their blog this week! Check it out lillebaby.com
Lets be honest, finding time to workout with a baby at home is challenging! Between feedings, naps, diaper changes, playtime, work, and attending to other duties, there isn’t much time left!
Do you have a baby or child who enjoys babywearing? Do you have 30 minutes in your day in which you find yourself having to entertain your child or carry them around to keep them happy? Why not use that time to try some babywearing workouts!
If you are pregnant, or have recently had a baby, you may have heard of Diastasis Recti. I have written about this before, but since it is the #1 topic that people ask me about, and something that I have dealt with myself postpartum, I feel it’s important enough to write about again!
So what is it? Diastasis Recti is a condition in which the ligament tissue between your rectus abdominal muscles (6 pack muscles) is weakened causing them to separate resulting in core instability and weakness. Read on for the Who, What, Where, When, Why & How of Diastasis Recti.