Best Stomach Exercise After C-section

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The Best Exercises To Flatten Stomach Muscles

There isn't a person who can honestly say they don't want to look better -

but sometimes we could use a little help... right?

Exercises to flatten stomach muscles have turned out to be a popular solution for many people wanting to look better. Let's face it, when you think of what makes a beautiful person, it usually includes a sexy six-pack. But that isn't the only reason why you should try to work off your gut.

Medical scientist have discovered strong evidence that shows a correlation between belly fat and a number of health problems, like diabetes. What you want to keep in mind here is causality... meaning that when you have a strong well balanced core, which is your stomach muscles, then the rest of your body is likely to be strong and healthy too. By focusing your efforts on exercises to flatten your stomach muscles you'll find your body will experience less tension, better posture and fewer back problems.

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Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the best exercise to get a flat stomach after having a c-section?

    • ANSWER:
      walking, then bike riding.

    What are the best exercises to do for your stomach after a c-section?
    My c-section was 5 months ago.

    • ANSWER:
      Pilates worked for both me and my sister.

    What's the best exercise for the lower stomach after 2 c-sections?And for lifting and firming your bottom?

    There's alot of muscle damage after c-sections and it's tough to tone that area.

    • ANSWER:
      First check with a REAL honest to goodness Doctor to determine if you are clear to exercise this region.
      Then go for the same great ab exercise that everyone else does - leg lifts, crunches (there are about 6 kinds), etc.

      But, and this is a big butt (heh), be sure to compliment with good back exercises. If you develop the front without compensatory back exercises, then your body will suffer. Your overdeveloped front will draw your back out of alignment and you will look wrong and feel bad.

      So concentrate on the front but compliment with overall body toning. Post C-section I'd recommend yoga (which is pretty much systematic stretches and toning) and/or swimming and stretching (if you don't go for the yoga).

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