Let me share my postnatal secrets with you!
This program will get you back on track, feeling great and supported
Let’s be real, even if we’re walking on clouds with our new baby, we also want to feel ourselves again and get that flat tummy back!
Reeducating your abs is key to flattening your tummy, correcting a diastasis recti, solving incontinence issues, avoiding back pain and getting back to your favorite physical activities safely!
As you may know, I’m a mom of 2 and I know how hard it is to make time for ourselves, take care of the kids, have a full time job and feel discouraged by the lack of clear guidance and support. That’s why I do my best to make fitness accessible to busy Mothers, as well as support and guide them through their new fitness journey.
Here’s a little sample of what happens in 6 weeks when you start doing the RIGHT postpartum exercises.
The changes are significant because the lifestyle is so simple to implement and sustain.
THIS ONE-OF-A-KIND PROGRAM RESPECTS THE HEALING PHASE OF YOUR BODY.
Postpartum is a specific and sensitive time in our lives. Unfortunately when it comes to information, you can find everything and its opposite online, especially with the growth of social media and Crossfit.
I understand how it feels to be frustrated by the confusion and misinformation presented online, by your doctor, PT or by well-meaning friends… I’ve been there and I can relate to the feeling of being on a never-ending roller coaster when it comes to trying to heal a diastasis recti or improve pelvic floor functions.
DIASTASIS RECTI OR NOT, I’LL TEACH YOU HOW TO:
-EASILY STRENGTHEN YOUR CORE & FLATTEN YOUR STOMACH,
-IMPROVE YOUR PELVIC FLOOR FUNCTIONS,
-INCREASE YOUR WELL-BEING
"I started working with Julie at 8 weeks postpartum. I had a Diastasis Recti (DR) and was concerned about starting a routine that would prevent my progress. That’s why I was excited that this program was designed for new mums! Needless to say - after 6 weeks my DR is completely healed. My pelvic floor and core stronger then even before I was pregnant and on top of that I am well informed about exercising-especially what to do for my core and pelvic floor. Highly recommend for all new mums, runners and anyone else that wants to not only get back into shape but also become more informed about fitness and effects it has on ones body." Angelina
Our society put a lot of stress on Mommy’s shoulders to “get their body back” and we often applaud new Moms able to run a Spartan Race or return to Crossfit a few weeks after giving birth… But what about the Moms who want to respect their bodies, heal, recover safely, and stay away from peeing their pants each time they sneeze, laugh or play with their kids. Sadly, I doubt the Crossfit mamas will stay away from incontinence, or worse, organ prolapse!
We are postpartum forever
Let’s work on your core and daily habits to allow you to get back to your favorite activities without something feeling achy or tight! I’ll give you a plan that translates into a simple lifestyle, not an intense, stressful quick fix.
So let’s dive in and see what we can do to get you confident and strong again!
Through the Better Body after Baby, you'll get :
- 6 weeks of daily workouts
- Fully laid out calendar telling you exactly what to do each day
- PDF guide with tips to implement into your daily life to work towards your flat tummy goals
- Specific postnatal exercises
- Core focused full body workouts
- 10-30 min workouts to squeeze into our busy schedules
- Videos and exercise descriptions
- Printable routines, so you can keep them forever ️
- Open to everyone beyond 8 weeks Postpartum
- NO equipment required
- Facebook is highly recommended so that you can access the group discussion area and communicate with me on daily basis, support each other, share tips, doubts, progress...
"I did the postpartum program 6 weeks after my baby and it helped so much! I now have no problems with holding my bladder and no longer feel like my organs are bulging out. My stomach is also flat and I feel like my DR is significantly better. Maybe 1 finger, if that." Rachael