Here’s an extraordinary move that will tone your core and your lower body to begin getting back in shape after giving birth. In the video below, fitness coach Jillian Michaels exhibits a Stationary Lunge with Pelvic Tilt and Bicep Curls.
To begin, put your hands on your hips. Begin with your feet hip-width separated and step one foot forward, coming into a wide position with both feet indicating forward and your back heel lifted off the ground. Bend your knees, lowering until both legs form a 90-degree angle. Rehash grouping on inverse side. When you’re prepared, add bicep curls to the lunge. Get 3-or 5-pound weights, or grasp both ends of a resistance band and tuck the center of the band under your front foot.
Hold up no less than six weeks postpartum to do any quality training – and no less than three months if you had diastasis recti or a C-section – and make sure to get your doctor’s endorsement before you start.