Work it, baby!
New mum and founder of TIFFXO.COM Tiffiny Hall shares her baby workout
Tiffiny Hall’s new baby workout
Feeling ready to get back into exercise? Your bub makes the perfect workout partner but, remember, baby safety first! If you don’t feel comfortable yet or strong enough to hold the baby while doing these exercises, then have your baby at a safe distance in their bouncer or on a blanket while you do your exercises. And always check with your doctor before starting a post-partum exercise plan.
1. Curtsy squats
This is a fantastic low-impact exercise that engages all the muscles in the body.
Start standing up straight, holding onto your baby.
Step one leg behind you on the diagonal and sink down into a curtsy. Lower your back knee as close as you can to the floor, maintaining the alignment of your front knee with your big toe. Engage the core by flattening your stomach against your spine and drawing the top of your rib cage down, connecting lightly up through the pelvic floor.
REPEAT 12 REPETITIONS EACH LEG. COMPLETE 3 ROUNDS.