Your core muscles stretch for nine months.
It’s time to give them specific attention.
Improve core/pelvic floor control, strength, stability and function
through pregnancy and recovery
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Join us as we chat with Dr. Rita Deering on her amazing postpartum research. Rita has published 6+ peer reviewed publications. She has been studying abdominal strength in postpartum women, specifically diastasis recti, trunk fatiguability, steadinesss as well as running biomechanics.
Rita's paper "Impaired Trunk Flexor Strength, Fatigability & Steadiness in Postpartum Women" was the first of its kind to recognize the deficits women are still dealing with 6 months postpartum. Simply going back to daily activities of walking, lifting children and general exercise did not sufficiently restore deficits by 6 months.
We can't wait to dive more into her research and find out what she has learned along the way!
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I had an amazing experience working with Celeste from Recore Fitness. I was lost when it came to strengthening my core after birth the correct way. I loved the program and exercises that Celeste guided me through along with the knowledge she provided me with. I’m so happy with the progress my core has made and I’m excited to continue incorporating these exercises into my fitness routine.
Thank you so much for helping me get my body back to pre-pregnancy shape so I can do what I love - run! You are so amazing to work with and I'm so grateful for our friendship. You are changing lives for the better!
Neely Spence Gracey
Having a safe postpartum core routine helped me rebuild stability and get back to running with out complications!
I was your client over a year ago- my son is now 17 months. This is my second baby and I struggled with a separation of 1-2 inches after my first child. Using your program was THE TICKET! It got my inner core solid and my split is now consistently .5-1.5 at most. The best part is now I am very conscious of my core and sure to do inner strengthening just as much as outer. Thank you for your program!
I am not a perfessional or even elite athlete. I am someone who enjoys athletic activities and working out. I have tried a few other core programs after my other pregnancies (I have had 4) and did not enjoy them (they were boring and did not progress to the level of core strength I was looking to regain). This was the best....
Alysia Montano 2xOlympian
Last pregnancy took me almost 2 years! Thank you so much @recorefitness. I still have a ways to go by way of strength but I like where I am heading.
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What is Diastasis Recti?
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Diastasis Recti 101
Simply put, it is stretching (not a separation) of the linea alba between the rectus abdominus muscles, 2-3 finger widths or more apart.Getting Started
10 Things To Know About Diastasis Recti
Simply put, it is stretching (not a true separation if abdominal muscles) of the linea alba between the rectus abdominus muscles. While 2...Learn More