The Recipe for Postpartum Pelvic Floor and Core Strength

As featured in Hot (Sweaty) Mamas: Five Secrets to Life as a Fit Mom, the Sahrmann Exercises are a progressive sequence of exercises that knit the diastasis recti (the gully created between your ab muscles during pregnancy) back together. In the May issue of Experience Life magazine co-author Kara talks about getting back to exercise after baby and in the video demonstrates the Sahrmann Exercises and important pelvic floor strengthening tips. You don’t have to have a newborn to benefit from these exercises. Heck, you don’t even have to have been pregnant to benefit. It’s just another great way to strengthen your core, and a little insurance against sneeze pee.

Bonus! If you click through to the Experience Life page to watch the video you can enter to win a free DVD, “Down There for Women,” from Katy Bowman at the Restorative Exercise Institute.

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