Post-Pregnancy Workouts Englewood CO

We have examples of post-pregnancy workouts and advices on how to achieve results. Read on to know more about post-pregnancy workouts.

Arthur S Waldbaum MD
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Englewood, CO
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499 E Hampden Ave # 210
Englewood, CO
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Denver, CO
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John D Bell
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601 E Hampden Ave
Englewood, CO
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(303) 788-1325
701 E Hampden Ave
Englewood, CO
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Nicolas M Colorado, MD
701 E Hampden Ave Ste 130
Englewood, CO
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Dr.Susan Harding
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601 E Hampden Ave # 370
Englewood, CO
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Medical School: Univ Of Ks Sch Of Med
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Post-Pregnancy Workouts

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Post- Pregnancy Workout

Mat Crunches

(works the abdominals, hips and waist)
  • Lay flat on your back on a floor mat (Figure 01).
  • Bend your knees and cross your arms over your chest (Figure 02).
  • Lift your head and shoulders up crunching at the waist (don't use your neck to lift) (Figure 03).
  • Lower your head and shoulders back down to the mat (Figure 02).

Variations of this exercise: stability ball crunches, incline/decline bench crunches, weighted crunches.

Dumbbell Lunges

(works the butt, quads, calves, inner thighs, hamstrings and lower back)
  • Stand looking forward, holding a dumbbell at each sides (Figure 04).
  • Lunge forward with right leg, keeping the left foot still on the floor (Figure 05).
  • Lower your body, bending the right knee and hip forward until the left knee almost touches the floor (Figure 06).
  • Raise your body up by extending the right hip and knee (Figure 04).
  • Repeat by alternating the right and left leg.

Variations of this exercise barbell lunges, reverse lunges, side lunges, cable lunges.

After 4-6 weeks, change at least one of the following components:

  • Type or Weight of Resistance
  • Exercise
  • Positioning

Standing Hip Extensions

(works the hips and outer thighs)
  • Stand erect and hold a chair or the edge of a table for support (Figure 07).
  • Extend your right leg up and back, keeping it straight. Lower the leg (Figure 08).
  • After your reps are complete, do same exercise with opposite leg (Figure 07).

Variations of this exercise: standing abductor machine, cable hip abductions, seated hip abduction machine.

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