Whether it’s been 8 years or 8 weeks since you had a baby, the good news is you can tighten up loose skin, tone up your muscles, reduce the cellulite, and — most importantly — create a strong functional core that can support you in all of life’s activities!
The transverse abdominis is often overlooked, under-cued, and under-recruited. Try these 7 core exercises that focus on the TA.
Generally toning exercises are recommended every other day, with a recovery day in between. During recovery, usually 24 – 72 hours, your muscles repair.
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The distended belly, muffin top, baby pooch, mummy tummy …whatever you want to call it, can be eliminated! A lot of time this area is stubborn because we don’t exercise or we don’t do the proper exercises.
The most popular core workout is one that works the entire core. If one portion is weak — other, stronger muscles take over. Have you ever felt your lower back or your upper abs take over during a plank or a crunch?
Because the Transverse Abdominis (TA) is known as the corset muscle, it is the one we want to hit up to get those pre-mommy tummies back.
These ab exercises focus on the transverse abdominis and can be done every day to maintain and improve core health. Take 5 minutes before bed every night to do this routine.
Looking for a good calorie burn while toning your tummy? Do this circuit 2 times through all in under 15 minutes.
While your body is incredibly smart – it makes all the pregnancy adaptations without you even asking of it – you should modify your workouts for pregnancy, specifically your core workouts.
Advanced abs workout for moms means doing more in less time! That’s what we all need in our fast-paced lives.
The biggest reason a “mom pooch” remains postpartum is due to underused or under-activated transverse abs. Learn how to work this important core muscle.
Boy, do I love this workout! It has compound exercises which works multiple muscle groups meaning … you are getting a lot done in a short amount of time. What momma doesn’t love that!
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Let’s torch calories as we sculpt your core with dance and kick cardio core – a fun, all-time fave of mine!