Getting sick of heel slides, clamshells and squats to help heal your diastasis and get a stronger core and pelvic floor?
Mix things up by adding some (or all) of these exercises into your core and floor healing routine.
There’s not a crunch, plank, or v-sit in sight which means that they’re designed for your postnatal body – even if you have diastasis recti or other pelvic floor and core issues.
(Just obviously check in with your physio or physical therapist before you dive in if you’re dealing with a severe diastasis, prolapse, or extremely weak pelvic floor and core).
And yes – even though they may not look like your traditional core exercises – all these movements are working your core and pelvic floor.
You can add a couple of them to your current strength training routine, or do them all together for a full body workout.