Your core muscles stretch for nine months.
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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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ReCORE was exactly what I needed to get back to the high intensity workouts I love. As an athlete and first time mom I wanted to go 0-60 (but know better), and ReCORE was the perfect way to stay active and working toward my goals without overdoing it. Thank-you for helping me gain my strength and body back!!
I would recommend looking into one-on-one training with Celeste (via online) to customize the progression. She is a wonderful person and resource to work through all of this with.
Neely Spence Gracey
Having a safe postpartum core routine helped me rebuild stability and get back to running with out complications!
Get down to the #CORE of it! Working on rebuilding my core with the support of my #FITsplint Thanks ReCORE Fitness!
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!
I went to pee AGAIN and remembered my #FITsplint that I hand't quite fit into yet, it made a world of difference, so much so that I wanted to see if my "speed" legs were still there-ish
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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