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In my 12 Week Course I educate my mommies the proper way to bind their bellies and the exercises/movements to avoid to maximize healing.


Here's my link to purchase the correct medical belly binder.

📢Hey MOMMIES! Let's talk about waist training and its potential risks, especially if you have diastasis recti and pelvic floor dysfunction. 🚫

🎯Waist training involves wearing tight corsets or waist trainers to achieve a smaller waistline. However, if you're dealing with diastasis recti and pelvic floor dysfunction, it's crucial to be aware of the potential dangers it can pose.

🚫 Waist training can exert additional pressure on the already weakened abdominal muscles affected by diastasis recti, hindering the healing process and potentially worsening the condition.

🚫Moreover, it can compromise core stability by immobilizing the weakened muscles and relying on the waist trainer for support, leading to poor posture and increased risk of injury.

🚫Waist trainers can restrict diaphragmatic breathing, disrupting the natural synergy between the diaphragm and pelvic floor muscles, further exacerbating pelvic floor dysfunction.

🚫Additionally, the increased intra-abdominal pressure caused by waist trainers can strain the pelvic floor muscles, potentially resulting in urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, and prolapse.

🚫Remember, diastasis recti and pelvic floor dysfunction are medical conditions that require evaluation and treatment by professionals specializing in women's health or pelvic rehabilitation. They can provide safe and effective exercises and therapies tailored to your needs.

🚫To promote a healthy recovery and support your body, it's generally recommended to avoid waist training if you have diastasis recti and pelvic floor dysfunction. Focus instead on exercises and techniques that strengthen your core properly.

💪🏾Stay informed, listen to your body, and prioritize your well-being! Remember, there are safer and more effective ways to achieve your health and fitness goals.

📲 Share this important information with anyone who may benefit from it!

#WaistTrainingAwareness #DiastasisRecti #PelvicFloorDysfunction #HealthyBody #FitnessJourney #WellnessMatters

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