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Any help with diet and exercise for those with diastasis recti?

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Old 05-14-2013, 11:23 AM   #1
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been on this weight loss journey for a few years now, and was doing really well (260-145!), but then i was blessed with pregnancy! gained a few pounds (145-172) and a few months post natal discovered that the reason my exercises werent working like they used to is because i have diastasis recti anyone know how to deal with this problem? any advice is welcome!
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There's a book called Losing Your Mummy Tummy by Julie Tupler (I think). If you're on Pinterest, you can search and find a ton of exercises for closing that gap, try searching "Tupler technique." Some people may eventually require surgery to totally "fix" it, but there's a LOT you can do with exercise.
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Thank you! i'll definitely be looking into that
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