Adios #MommyPooch Exercise

mommytummyStudies say that nearly 40% of new mom’s experience the ‘mommy pooch‘. In addition to the frustrating soft bulge, new mom’s can also drag with back pain resulting from the aftermath of pregnancy. Doctors like Geeta Sharma and physical trainers call this phenomenon abdominal separation. The good news is that the fix for this common effect is as as simple as a 10-minute exercise. It sounds too good to be true but the resounding praise for this technique was well received for nearly all the mom’s who took the class. You can track down the New York City personal trainer Leah Keller or take a simple class to pull the muscle back together or check–out the book “Lose Your Mummy Tummy“.

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