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Healing Diastasis Recti and Postpartum Exercise - Erica Ziel





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Streamed live on Dec 23, 2016

Start improving your core strength and Diastasis Recti today with The Core Rehab Program - because you can do something about your core postpartum!

This postpartum exercise is super effective for re-strengthening your deep core and abdominal muscles postpartum and beyond, even if you have abdominal separation (diastasis recti). I want you to know that you can strengthen your core and improve your posture to boost your body confidence and feel good again, no matter how long it has been since you’ve had your last baby.

My name is Erica Ziel and I have made it my life’s work to help moms feel like themselves again. In my free video series, ‘Boost Your Body Confidence’ you will learn simple and easy tips for how to improve your posture, how to start strengthening your core, healing diastasis recti, and get your body confidence back!

As a mom of three myself, and having healed my own diastasis recti, I know what it’s like. I understand the frustrations and I’m here to tell you that you don’t need surgery to heal diastasis recti. With the right instruction, movements, exercises and commitment, I am confident you will improve the fascial connections of your body, especially through your abdomen.

A couple things to remember while doing the routine:

These pelvic tilts and hip rolls can drastically improve your core function, strength, posture and decrease hip and low back pain. While laying on your back, start on your side then roll to your back to minimize putting too much stress on your abdomen. Postpartum it’s easy to allow your pelvis and butt to tuck under, when you really need
to work on lengthening out your spine and ultimately progressing your pelvis towards a neutral, to even slightly anterior tilt. This position will make it easier for you to properly activate your deep core muscles, which includes proper activation of your pelvic floor muscles. This movement will also help lift your booty and giving your back
more support.

Remember that breathing plays an important roll in connecting your deep core muscles. Focus on breathing deeply out to the sides and back of your ribcage. Then on your exhale, it will be easier for you to find and connect your deep core muscles, including your pelvic floor. Think kegels, but using much more muscles through your
core all working together.

Sign up today to learn how to improve your posture, strength your core, start healing abdominal separation and feeling good again!


The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regiment or purchasing any product(s).


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