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Diastasis Recti Exercises Recovery Tracker

As you begin your journey to heal your Diastasis Recti through the exercises found in this guide, you’ll want to track your progress! Here’s a helpful guide to do so. It’s recommended that you first measure your gap at about 1 week post-partum, then 6 week weeks, then 12 weeks.  You’ll be measuring not only…

Quora “Diastasis Recti” Question Of The Day!

Question: What are recommended exercises to heal diastasis recti post pregnancy? Resources would be greatly appreciated. I have tried many different non crunch options, but they are not making a significant dent. Hello! Part of the answer to this depends on how far post-partum you are. There are some basic exercises that can set the…

Fitness Goals?

I recommend having a defined goal – something that you can measure. The goal does NOT have to be perfection!  Just progress works just fine, and still serves to give you something to celebrate about yourself when you achieve it. As I continue to completely obsess over learning everything related to DR because I want…

Take a Moment of Gratitude!

Hello Mama! First Things First! I know that you’ve signed up for this course to learn how to be proactive with your core strength, whether you are currently pregnant and want to PREVENT diastasis recti (the splitting of abdominal muscles)  or HEAL it.  And, you’ll get everything you need! But, before we dive in, let’s…

What Is YOUR Biggest Challenge With Diastasis Recti?

I am so glad to have you as part of the Strong Mama community! Thank you for joining us! I’d love to learn more about your own challenges around Diastasis Recti.  If you’d take just a moment to answer a few questions, it would be awesome- and help me to make the course even better…

Welcome to Diastasis Recti Recovery!

Hello, and Welcome to Your Resource for Healing Diastasis Recti! This site has been created with a simple mission in mind: To Empower Women To Heal Their Diastasis Recti. Side mission:  To Help The “Every Mother Counts” Foundation So, who the heck am I? I’m a 30-something mother of two.  My son, Henry, is 4…
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