Let’s go beyond the basics of heel taps and pelvic tilits. This program is intended to get you back into higher level of fitness keeping in mind the special considerations of the postpartum body (and postpartum is forever, ladies!). Total body workouts are quick, effective, and all centered around building strength in you pelvic floor and core, flattening your tummy, reducing back pain, and getting you feeling strong as a mother!
Core Basics Overview
15 minute workouts to help you reestablish mind-muscle connection with your deep core and pelvic floor.
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Who can benefit from this program?
Do I have to do Core Basics before doing SLAM?
How do I know which level to start with?
Is it too late? I had my baby X number of years ago...
What equipment do I need?
How long are the workouts?
How often should I do these exercises?
Aiming for 5 days a week is a great goal.
Will these exercises heal my prolapse and/or diastasis recti?
Is this program safe for pregnancy?
Is this program safe while breastfeeding?
What people say about me
getting stronger can feel my core better. Still very slow but progress has been made. Hoping soon to move into basic #4. This program has been great. At the moment I cannot afford to see a pelvic PT but with this program and some Instagram I’m able to work on my core and pelvic floor. I hope one day PT becomes a part of postpartum care. I am a twin mom x2 and 3 more besides and for the first time in a long time or maybe ever I feel like my car is a strong and I can only imagine when it actually gets strong when I can do your Instagram exercises.
Core Basics | Level 3
Lovin this! I’m just in the core basics, but on this first real day of spring in New England, I went for a run (NO LEAKS!) and then did this workout. Love the motivation at the end, and this resource to keep me going now that I’m done with PT 🙂
Core Basics | Level 4
I am loving this! I had a bad back before having kids, then my core was out of shape after 3 kids in 5 years in my late 30’s. I feel like this was the perfect first steps into getting back into full body strong!
Core Basics: Level 4
And PS: I LOVE your workouts and tell all my friends to check you out! It’s taken me a long time to find a trainer that kicks my butt and considers/improves my diastasis. Most “mom” workouts are so boring! Your’s are not! Thank you!
Core Basics: Level 5
Your cues are BOMB. Just when | start to to fade, you give a tip that brings all the engagement back! I’m sweating…is that crazy?
Core Basics: Level 3