Free Guide: Exercises to avoid post-birth

  • What exercises and movements to avoid
  • What exercises to do instead
  • The 2 most important exercises to do from day 1 post-birth (with step-by-step instructions)

Free Guide: Exercises to avoid post-birth

  • What exercises and movements to avoid
  • What exercises to do instead
  • The 2 most important exercises to do from day 1 post-birth (with step-by-step instructions)
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Congrats mama - you made it!

Now that you've got that little bubba out into the world, it's time to get your own body healed up properly, and back to even better than pre-pregnancy. 

Be careful though - your body can't instantly go back to doing exactly what you did before, and doing so could cause injury and permanent damage to your core, pelvic floor, and insides. 

That's why we created this convenient, 3 page guide as to what movements to avoid post-birth, and the ones you should do instead. 

Meet our experts

Kat Stanley

Mama, Certified Personal Trainer

Kat Stanley is incredibly passionate about functional fitness and healthy living. She is one of those people that just exudes energy, and her drive and infectious personality has seen her carve out a very successful career in the fitness industry in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Kat has been in the fitness industry for ten years; personal training, running marathons, taking team training and specialising in women's fitness. She is also a Certified Les Mills Group Fitness Instructor.

Caitlin Day

Mama, Women’s Health Physical Therapist

She likes to call herself the Vagina Physio, and that’s because she has no shame in telling people she is hugely passionate about women’s health. Caitlin Day is a Physiotherapist with post-graduate training in pelvic floor and women’s and men’s health. For more than eight years, Caitlin has been practising physiotherapy in Australia and New Zealand’s public and private health systems. She has helped hundreds of women recover from pelvic floor dysfunction conditions, conditions not talked about a lot, but with serious consequences.

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