Women's Fitness


This month’s postnatal workout builds on the core rehabilitation work you’ve done over the past few months, taken from Stage 2 of the Fiit Mum plan. The new moves will improve mobility in your thoracic spine to help alleviate any tightness in the mid-back from carrying your baby and feeding. They focus on building pelvic floor and transverse abdominis connections, progressing this in different positions

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