This post c section workout has 6 of my best moves to tone and lift your butt.

Follow this c section exercise video to the end as we activate your glutes for not just a better-looking butt, a stronger one too so your body fires up these muscles for daily movements such as walking, climbing stairs, lifting your baby and pushing the buggy or stroller. I show you how to do the exercises and position yourself correctly to avoid strain to your stomach, scar or back.

This postpartum workout after c section is one you can do at home whilst your baby naps. Plus it’s a good post-pregnancy workout for your butt too if you haven’t had a c section as the exercises are diastasis recti friendly too.

Make sure you’ve healed and fully recovered after birth before starting this post c section workout. These exercises can be started usually after 4 to 6 weeks but it depends on the mom or mum and how she is recovering so ensure your scar is not infected or inflamed before starting exercise. I always advise seeing a women’s health physiotherapist or a physical therapist help with your postnatal assessment and recovery.


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Consult your doctor or health professional and follow all safety instructions before beginning any exercise program. Results may vary. Exercise and the correct nutrition are necessary to achieve and maintain muscle tone and weight loss. Bump and Beyond by Vicky Warr is a registered trademark of Bump and Beyond by Vicky Warr Ltd., ©2024 Bump and Beyond by Vicky Warr. All rights reserved.

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