Losing the baby weight: Barre workout number one

As of tomorrow, the bean is four weeks old. Which means mama is four weeks post-partum. Aka: I’m ready for my jeans to fit again. And technically, they do. Well, if you don’t could that muffin top and all.

Regardless of how you have a baby, you need to do some ab work to get your tummy back in whatever shape it was in prior to getting pregnant. Having a c-section increases that need for tummy toning exponentially. And since I didn’t have the greatest ab workout tendencies prior to getting preggo, I figured there was no time like the present to really kick start my workouts and get on the ab burnin’ train. Reading between the lines: I’ve committed myself to some serious barre workouts...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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Comment by Christina Sanchez on October 24, 2012 at 11:51pm

Hi I just started a diet . I am on a ideal protein diet. I found this diet at a day Medical spa that I visited. It is really hard for me but I have lost 3 lbs in 5 days. I also have P90x but my DR said not to do it with this diet. :( But After my body get use to it . I am going to start working out. I want my tummy to be  like it use to. I hope the best for you on ur workouts, Just don't give up. Well I just thought I would share this .http://www.christina-fashion.com/best_mineral_makeup.html

 

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