Have you had a baby (or maybe a few babies), and you feel like your abs will never be the same? Or are you just thinking about getting pregnant, and you’re totally freaked out about what growing a baby will do to your perfectly flat belly?
I’ve been in both places… a bunch of times. And I have your solution!
When I met Brett Hoebel at a Fitness Magazine event a few weeks ago and got to talk to him about body image, training, and what true health really means, I knew my audience would fall in love with him. But then again, you’re probably already a fan of his after watching him on the 11th season of The Biggest Loser.
Then when he agreed to do a BexLife video with me, I knew I had to exploit his expertise in an area that SO MANY trainers just don’t have the first clue about – baby bellies.
And I’m not just talking about “how to lose your belly pooch” after having your first baby. I wanted him to show us how to train before getting pregnant to prevent future abdominal muscle issues, how to exercise safely during pregnancy to maintain strength, and which exercises are best after delivery – especially if you’ve experienced diastasis recti, the separation of the abdominal wall.
I also mention my favorite pre & postnatal supplements in the video… find them at DeltaLabsUSA.com. You won’t be disappointed (and they’re safe for nursing moms)!
I’m sure you have a couple girlfriends who this could help, so remember to share this post on facebook or CLICK HERE to tweet it to your friends.
Watch this video carefully, because he’s giving us amazing information…
Do you have your own training issues that you’re battling? Are you struggling with your diet and you just can’t find a way to eat that makes you happy? Hit me up in the comments below or tweet me @bexlife on Twitter, and I’ll maybe I’ll feature your question in an upcoming video.
Stay blissed in! xx
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