Health & Fitness
  • K
  • over 1 year ago

Postpartum Workout

Hey beautiful mamas! I got the all clear from my doctor today to start working out. I’m almost 6 weeks pp. I exclusively breastfeed my daughter...I’ve heard sometimes working out can mess with your supply. So kinda nervous so any advice would be appreciated. I’m not really looking to lose weight either just tighten everything back up. Also I have baby 24/7 so workouts that can be done with baby maybe? Sry if post is all over the place sleep deprived. Lol But I’ll take any advice y’all have on workouts that won’t effect supply, tighten my body back up, and baby friendly?
  • A
  • over 1 year ago

Take a look at bodyfit by Amy On YouTube!

  • H
  • over 1 year ago

Check for diastasis recti first; ab separation is really common from pregnancy and there are videos to show you how to check for it on YouTube. If you have it, start with fixing it by using free exercises for diastasis recti on YouTube then you can start any workout program❤️

  • K
  • over 1 year ago

I’ve never heard of that will check..thank you

  • J
  • over 1 year ago

I do Beachbody on Demand, I started about 2 months ago and haven’t noticed a decrease in my supply. I wear a full support sports bra, it does up in the front with a zipper. It’s not too tight but holds me nicely and doesn’t feel like my boobs are suffocated.

  • K
  • over 1 year ago

I definitely need to get a good sports bra! Thanks

  • M
  • over 1 year ago

I returned to spin classes 14 weeks after having my boy & was exclusively BFing but it never impacted my supply. Look up Nancy Taylor on YouTube for PP workouts and/or workouts with baby. Hers are only about 20 mins but you will sweat!

  • K
  • over 1 year ago

Thank you will look her up I think shorter workouts will be my friend...lol

  • A
  • over 1 year ago

If you like yoga, yoga with Adrianne does some really great videos. You can find her on YouTube.

  • K
  • over 1 year ago

Never tried it but I know my husband likes yoga so might...thank you

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