However, there are benefits to having strong pelvic floor muscles even if you're not pregnant. Kegel exercises can help you with bladder control and can even help make your orgasms better. Plus, Kegel exercises are incredibly simple and can be done anywhere, anytime. To do them, you just need to contract your vaginal muscles as if you were trying to stop the flow of urine. Hold the contraction for a few seconds then slowly release. Aim to hold the contraction for 10 seconds (you might have to work up to this) and try to do about 25 a day.
Go For A Walk It is important to get a cardiovascular workout since this will help you burn off the baby fat. One of the best forms of exercise, especially for new moms, is walking. Walking is a great way to get some fresh air, tone your legs and improve your over-all health. In fact, it's one of the best exercises around - and it doesn't even require special equipment. All you need is a good pair of shoes, fine weather and your baby, of course!
If there are other new moms in your neighborhood, you could organize a group to go for regular walks together. This will help to keep you motivated as well as make the outing more enjoyable. Plus, walking, whether with a group or on your own, is easier to fit into your daily schedule as it allows you to take your baby with you.
|Table of Contents|
|1. Getting Your Body Back|
|2. Tips for working out|
|3. Sit-ups for flat tummy|
|4. Getting Your Body Back|
|5. Best exercises for you|