CORE Online Bundle

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CORE Online Bundle
CORE Online Bundle
CORE Online Bundle
CORE Online Bundle
CORE Online Bundle

CORE Online Bundle

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Program Focus
  • Regain inner, outer and full body core control, strength and function
  • All postpartum women
  • Inactive women
  • Also helpful for those with diastasis recti, mild prolapse, c-section and stress incontinence
Program Includes
  • PDF -ReCORE Workout Guide/Assessment
  • VIDEO -Intro to Ab Sets
  • VIDEO -Drop Test Video
  • VIDEO -Check for Diastasis Recti
  • VIDEOS -ReCORE Weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6

What is Covered?

Week 1
Week 1
  • Learn the basic of inner core activation, breathing and core control with upper and lower body movements. Will use theraband and small ball or pillow
Week 2
Week 2
  • Add more resistance to further challenge core control with theraband and gym ball.
Week 3
Week 3
  • Slightly increase level of difficulty with higher pressure core exercises. Miniband and small ball or pillow used.
Week 4
Week 4
  • Continue to challenge duration of core and pelvic control. Gym ball will be used.
Week 5
Week 5
  • Progress core control exercises along with core stability. Gym ball used.
Week 6
Week 6
  • More full body core exercises, in all planes of motion, challenging core control and improving core strength and function. Gym ball and weights used
Mobility
Mobility
Program Focus
  • Continue to progress core control, function and strength
  • For postpartum women who have completed ReCORE
Program Includes
  • PDF - ReCORE 2 Workout Guide
  • VIDEO - Intro to Ab Sets
  • VIDEO - Drop Test
  • VIDEOS - 6 Workouts/Weeks
  • VIDEOS - 1 Mobility Workout

What is Covered?

Week 7
Week 7
  • Challenging core control with more resistance. Mini-band and theraband used.
Week 8
Week 8
  • Slowly increasing level of difficulty. Gym Ball needed
Week 9
Week 9
  • Progress to more challenging core exercises. Weights, gym ball and mini-band needed.
Week 10
Week 10
  • Shifting weight to challenge core stability as well as more difficult full body exercises
Week 11
Week 11
  • Adding some eccentric core exercises. Using theraband and gym ball as well
Week 12
Week 12
  • Challenging core control with higher impact exercises. Weights and gym ball used
Mobility
Mobility
Program Focus
  • Core Control (breathing, controlling intra abdominal pressure, avoid bulging)
  • Improve Core and Pelvic Floor Strength
  • Inner to Outer to Fully Body Core Strength
  • Hip and Pelvic Mobility
  • Great for any trimester (modifications provided)
Program Includes
  • PreCORE Workout Guide
  • 5 PreCORE Workout Videos (modifications provided)
  • 2 Mobility Videos
  • Intro to Ab Sets during Pregnancy Video

What is Covered?

Couch Workout
Couch Workout
  • Strengthen the inner/outer core to full body core with just a couch or bench. Mini band also used.
Mini-Band Workout
Mini-Band Workout
  • Learn ways to improve inner/outer core strength with a mini-band and theraband
Weight Workout
Weight Workout
  • Challenge core stability even more with weights
Gym Ball Workout
Gym Ball Workout
  • Workout the inner/outer core to full body core with the gym ball.
TheraBand Workout
TheraBand Workout
  • Coordinate upper body with core progression using the Theraband
Mobility 1
Mobility 1
Mobility 2
Mobility 2

Press Reviews

“Using your program was THE TICKET! It got my inner core solid and 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!”

-Heidi Smith, Health & Wellness Coach, Triathlete

“I started doing the ReCORE program about 2 months after our daughter was born, and I couldn't believe how weak I was! I worked hard on the exercises every day and noticed improvements in my strength within the first few days!”

-Mary, Athletic Trainer, NJ

“The 6-week [ReCORE] program was definitely structured to fit me and my needs. Celeste's videos were easy to understand and follow. When I had questions or concerns, she was responsive, helpful, and encouraging.”

-Emily, Cincinnati OH

Frequently Asked Questions

Celeste Goodson
Celeste Goodson Answers
ReCore Fitness founder, pre and post-natal trainer, and ACE Medical Exercise Specialist is here to answer your questions!

Women who go through childbirth (diastasis or not) all have stretched abdominal and pelvic floor muscles that can benefit from proper core reconditioning to regain their core strength, control and ability to generate stiffness. Rebuilding core strength is about improving the ability to create force, resist force and absorb force. Doing basic breathing and TvA exercises are a good start but needs to be progressive. With specific programming, recovery can go smoother and faster and prep the body for heavy lifting and impact (running)

Top priority is doing ReCORE. You can do just the ReCORE program! The FITsplint is recommended if within 3 months postpartum and diastasis larger than 2 fingerwidths for abdominal support to the stretched tissue (see research on our Learn page).

General rule of thumb is 3 weeks postpartum (vaginal) and 4-6 weeks postpartum (c-section) if you can sit and walk pain free with doctors permission. We do have a letter you can send your OBGYN or midwife. While you do not have to start this early, you can do ReCORE when you feel mentally ready and that happens to be a few weeks/months later, that is fine! Even if you didn't hear about ReCORE and you are 1-2 years postpartum, it is not too late to recondition the inner/outer core!

The focus of ReCORE and the FITsplint is to provide the best environment to recondition the core to the best of its ability (not promise a diastasis fix) Often times, postpartum programs stick to basic TVA exercises and do not prepare moms back to sports or lifting, running and jumping.

Yes! Even though there may not be a diastasis..moms still have abdominal muscles that have stretched and weakened. By conditioning the inner core progressively, moms can regain their core strength, control and function again.

Difficulty of weight/bands will vary among users, but listed below is a general idea Medium Therabands, Light, medium or heavy mini-band, Weights 8-20 lbs (10-15 lbs average), Gym ball and Small (9") ball (or thick pillow).

Yes, this is a great program to do even if you have a hernia (given it is not painful and cleared to exercise by a physician) The exercises help strengthen the muscles and tissue, help teach how to distribute intra- abdominal pressure well and can help reduce chances of hernia getting worse. It is recommended to stop if hernia pain develops

We recommend doing the exercises four days a week for about 30 minutes each day (can be split up if needed due to baby demands )

While the ReCORE download is great for those with mild prolapse, it can also depend on your level of symptoms. If you are dealing with prolapse we recommend seeing a pelvic PT and working one on one with our training sessions or consult for specific guidance.  Progressing inner/outer core strength is important for women with prolapse to do, however each person may need to progress at different rates.

It depends! If within 3 months postpartum, for non-complicated deliveries we recommend waiting till: 1) about 7-8 weeks post, have done at least had 3 weeks of the ReCORE program or you have seen pelvic pt Returning to run should be VERY gradual. Start by walking for a few weeks while doing ReCORE, then add in a few times a week doing walking hill repeats (fast up, easy down), running hill repeats (medium fast up, easy down) and then short run/walk intervals to slowly get back to just running. 2) If you are dealing with more severe incontinence or prolapse symptoms, we recommend seeing a pelvic PT, waiting at least 3 months and working with one of our coaches on a specific return to run program. If you started ReCORE and you have already been running and you're only dealing with Diastasis Recti or mild stress incontinence issues, you can continue to run as you strengthen with ReCORE and symptoms improve.

Often times women focus on basic transverse ab exercises without gaining much core control back. ReCORE 2 will help women progress in core and pelvic floor strength, function and control

General rule of thumb is 3 weeks post if you can sit and walk pain free with doctors permission (we have a letter you can send your OBGYN or midwife) While you do not have to start this early, if you do ReCORE when you feel mentally ready and that is a few weeks/months later, that is fine! Even if you didn't hear about ReCORE and you are 10 years postpartum, it is not too late to recondition the inner/outer core!

The focus of ReCORE and the FITsplint is to provide the best environment to recondition the core fully to the best of its ability (not promise a diastasis fix) Moms are weak in 4 core areas postpartum. Often times, postpartum programs stick to basic TVA exercises and do not prepare moms for typical gym workouts. Moms need to recondition the core fully (abs, back, pelvic floor, posture, glutes) whether there is a separation or not. Splinting is helpful to a certain point. Once the tissue stops responding, the core is functioning well and is stronger, splinting is NOT needed or helpful anymore. That is why ReCORE is 6 weeks and the FITsplint is only used for 4-6 weeks. Some may need a little longer, but most ReCORE clients can recondition their core well in 6 weeks or enough to understand how to move on to their favorite exercises again and stop splinting.

Yes! Even though there may not be a diastasis..most moms still have a very weak stretched out inner core muscles including the pelvic floor, back, abs, postural muscles that contribute to weakness, belly bulge and malfuntion. By conditioning the inner core correctly and effectively, moms can regain their core strength, shape and function again.

Only if dealing with Diastasis Recti that is still responding (finger width shortening from ReCORE) Women should stop using the FITsplint once the tissue (fingerwidth) stops shortening. Tissue can still continue to tighten and get stronger (along with the core muscles) but the width of diastasis recti may not change.

Diffuculty of weight/bands will vary among users, but listed below is a general idea Light to medium Therabands, Light, medium or heavy Mini-band, Weights 8-20 lbs (10-15 lbs average), Gym ball, and Small (9") ball (or pillow)

We recommend doing the program exercises 4 days a week for 30 minutes each day.

Keeping the core and pelvic floor strong during pregnancy helps the body handle the physical demands of pregnancy as the core muscles stretch. With a focus on inner, outer and full body core strength and hip mobility, the body will be better prepared for pregnancy, delivery and recovery ​

As early as you can, but it is never too late. These workouts can be done during any trimester (modifications provided)

The FITsplint is recommend to use as needed for additional support to belly/back/hips in 2nd or 3rd trimester exercises, running, walking or heavier lifting. It is also recommended to use if dealing with any back, bladder, hip or pelvic pain along with doing strengthening exercises

Yes! This will help you maintain core strength even with DR and learn core control to help reduce stress on DR.

Yes! Focus on staying active, doing cardio, general strength training (with core control) and keeping the core and pelvic floor strong with PreCORE. Work on breathing and hip mobility with PreCORE as you prepare for birth. Use the FITsplint if needed for support during strenuous activity or when dealing with a large diastasis, back, bladder or hip/pelvic pains.

Possibly, but all women get some degree of DR by end of 3rd trimester. There are also a lot of factors that contribute to DR, some that we cannot control. The main focus should be to keep core strength up and learn core control. The Maternity FITsplint also can be worn to help reduce stress on DR if painful.

Yes this program is helpful for those with prolapse issues, as they are low impact and teach core control, however get clearance from physician. If you do get heaviness symptoms, exercise may need to be modified. Seeing a pelvic floor therapist during pregnancy is highly recommended.

Difficulty of weight/bands will vary among users, but listed below is a general idea Light to medium resistance bands, Medium or heavy mini-bands, Weights 8-20 lbs (10-15 lbs average), Gym ball, and Small (9") ball (or thick pillow)

We recommend doing the program exercises 4 times a week for 30 minutes each time.

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Jaimie C Verified Reviewer
12/31/2021

Celeste and her programs are amazing! I followed the programs and was able to keep a good amount of core strength and recover quickly after I gave birth. I was able to continue working out during pregnancy and bounced back to workouts and running quicker than I thought I would after the birth of my son due to this program. Celeste is easy to understand, gives great tips on how to adjust the exercises for different degrees of intensity and has a great overall program. I feel that I also was able to have a more comfortable birthing experience since my muscles were still able to be engaged and better used during the pushing process. I highly recommended following this so that you can recover and do what you want in life post pregnancy.

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