With Bellyy exercise program Diastasis Recti can significantly be improved - now available online

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How could we get back to our prenatal shape? Is it even possible? The health of your abdominal wall is not only a question of aesthetics. As a result of the Bellyy exercises, 2/3 of the patient's opened abdominal muscles were closed entirely.

Heal abdominal separation & its associated symptoms | Bellyy exercise | diastasisrectiexercise.com

Heal abdominal separation & its associated symptoms | Bellyy exercise | diastasisrectiexercise.com

The Bellyy exercise program is meant to optimize the quality of life of mothers and others who live with abdominal separation (Diastasis Recti) & its associated symptoms. It is medically proven that with Bellyy exercises Diastasis Recti can significantly be improved and just in a couple of weeks.

Heal abdominal separation & its associated symptoms
The health of your abdominal wall is not only a question of aesthetics

The Bellyy exercise program is meant to optimize the quality of life of mothers and others who live with abdominal separation & its associated symptoms. This online exercise regime has 7+1 parts and it was developed for the rehabilitation of the separated abdominal muscle condition. It is medically proven that with daily 10-15 minutes of Bellyy exercises Diastasis Recti can significantly be improved and just in a couple of weeks. As a result of the exercises, 2/3 of the patient's opened abdominal muscles were closed entirely and the others achieved a reduction in the abdominal volume of a minimum of 4.5 cm and a maximum of 14 cm.

How could we get back to our prenatal shape? Is it even possible?

Genetics plays a key role! It is worth taking a look at both paternal and maternal parents to see how the mothers’ shape changed after giving birth, considering the invested exercise and other factors like diet, lifestyle, etc. We all know women who are lucky to get back in shape 1 month after delivery. Mothers who do not develop DRAM should still exercise regularly to maintain their abdominal muscle condition.

Those who are dissatisfied with their new shape after delivery should be patient. By the end of breastfeeding, hormonal changes that shape the body during pregnancy and delivery will end. This is the perfect time to get a more realistic picture of what the after-delivery body shape will look like. If the weight gain is significant, it’s definitely worth discussing the possibilities and the lifestyle changes needed with a nutrition consultant and a competent trainer.

These professionals can tailor their advice to the needs of each new mom.

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Diastasis Recti (DRAM)
Nearly 70% of the population sooner or later will experience open abdominal muscle problems and some of their associated symptoms.

Approximately 75% of new mothers are affected by some form of an open abdominal muscle problem. Older-aged men are also affected by Diastasis Recti (DRAM) caused by weight change and obesity. This is not only an aesthetic problem but also a detriment to the quality of life. The Diastasis Recti (open abdominal muscle) practically means that the rectus abdominal muscles do not close up, a gap remains in between them, and a condition develops that can lead to serious health problems. The neglect of Diastasis Recti can even lead to further complications and subsequent health problems- hernia-, and spine problems. Abdominal muscles have an important role in the optimal sustenance of digestion, venous circulation of lower limbs, and the regulation of blood pressure and lymphatic circulation. A sluggish abdominal muscle can also affect pelvic floor muscle functions.

The condition of the muscles and abdominal wall can be greatly improved by doing the Bellyy exercise program regularly. The exercise program is available online: https://diastasisrectiexercise.com/

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