Simple Post Delivery Weightloss exercise To Do From Home
Walking is one of the simplest ways to ease into a fitness routine after giving birth.
Start with an easy stroll. Eventually go ahead with a power walk.
But a gentle walk can still do wonders for you and your body, especially in the beginning.
Lie faceup on mat with knees bent 90 degrees, legs lifted, calves parallel to floor.
Place hands behind head, elbows out, and crunch up, lifting shoulders off mat.
Extend legs diagonally up, cross ankles, and extend arms overhead. Holding this position, switch feet over and under each other 8 times. Return to start. Do 8 reps.
Start with hands and toes on floor, hands slightly wider than shoulder-width apart.
Bend at the elbows and lower chest about an inch from the ground.
Straighten arms and push away from the floor, returning to start position.Do 1-3 sets of 10-20 reps.
Lie on your back with your knees bent and a pillow under your hips and another between your knees.
Feet flat and your arms at your sides, inhale, then exhale and draw your abs in and tuck your pelvis under slightly, squeezing your buttocks as you do a Kegel.
Hold 5 seconds and release for 10 reps.
Start in plank position, body in straight line and wrists under shoulders. Contract abs and imagine a rope pulling your butt toward the ceiling (pictured), then return to plank. Do 20 reps. Works abs, arms and upper back.
Sit with knees bent and heels on floor, your arms straight out in front of your chest, palms together.
Lean your torso back at a 45-degree angle. Brace core and rotate to the right as far as you can, without raising or lowering your torso. Pause, then reverse your movement and twist all the way to the left as far as you can. That's 1 rep; do 20 reps.
Get into plank position (abs engaged, back straight, forearms on floor, legs extended).
Hold for 30-60 seconds, keeping hips up and abs tight.
Lower knees to floor, resting for 30 seconds before resuming.•Complete a rep of 4-5 planks.