How to Get a Flat Stomach After Baby: Circuit Training Workout





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This workout was designed by Marissa Lysaght, MPH, CSCS. Marissa is a nationally certified personal training specialist and holds a Master's Degree in Maternal and Child Health. She specializes in fat loss and pre and post-natal training. She is the co-owner/operator of Fitness Redefined, a boutique fitness studio in Jupiter, FL.

Staying physically fit is a challenge for everyone, but it can be especially challenging for new moms. This total-body conditioning and core training workout can be done at home (while baby naps!) This workout helps moms-to-be and new moms multi-task by targeting core muscles in their abdominal region in addition to the large metabolically active muscles of the legs, hips, chest, back and arms (strengthening the large muscles will help you burn more calories, even during rest.)
While its best to start a fitness program (including these exercises) BEFORE you even get pregnant, the workout program is good for both prenatal and postnatal women. These exercises are recommended for women with no known contraindications, and should be followed according to your own body cues. If you are pregnant, you can begin the exercises slowly. Again, let your body be your guide; never over-exert yourself and avoid doing any movements that cause pain.
If youve recently delivered, consult your physician before beginning these exercises (or any exercises for that matter). However, once you get the Green Light to exercise, if you perform this circuit training workout consistently you will be on your way to getting your pre-pregnancy body back! You should be encouraged to know that having a flat stomach is absolutely possible after having a baby.

a. A playground ball, weighted medicine ball or light dumbbell
b. Resistance Band
c. Stability Ball
d. Yoga or fitness mat

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If you have questions for Marissa you can email her at: Marissa@fitnessredefined.com


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