Sometimes in life, it seems like there is an underlying theme or a series of coincidences that just keep popping up. Well, it has been kind of like that for me lately on the topic of postpartum fitness and postpartum wellness. First in the blogging and Twitter world, I noticed lots of ads for disposable underwear to help those that suffer from bladder leakage and incontinence. It turns out to be a fairly common problem among moms. Then I learned about abdominal recti and how it is a common condition that affects many postpartum moms. Finally, I learned about Baby Bod®, a new book by Marianne Ryan, PT, OCS and it seems to address these issues and many more. It offers a plan for postpartum fitness and postpartum wellness that so many are missing. I will share a bit more about this useful postpartum book with you here.
A copy of Baby Bod was provided in order to facilitate review but all opinions expressed are my own.
BabyBod®: A GROUNDBREAKING SELF-CARE PROGRAM FOR PREGNANT AND POSTPARTUM WOMEN
I seriously dig this Baby Bod book. I will be giving it as my baby shower gift from now on because this is important stuff that no one tells us new moms! What could be better than having our body back in good shape allowing us moms to function and feel great?
Postpartum Wellness: How To Get Things Working Properly Again
The reason I am so excited about this new Baby Bod book is that it is a program that address the whole package of how having a baby can change your body. It also tells you want to do so that you can get your body back! While pregnancy is a special and exciting time in a woman’s life, it may also bring with it a long list of physical changes and issues like leaky bladder, lower back pain, and a flabby tummy just to name a few. Most women assume that these new problems will either go away or that they are just stuck with them. Author Marianne Ryan, address postpartum wellness and helps give us solutions!
Postpartum Fitness: Turn Flab into Fab in 12 Weeks Flat
And if that wasn’t enough, Baby Bod helps you “Turn Flab into Fab in 12 Weeks Flat!” The Baby Bod® program was successfully tested on over 100 women who were able to start the program from day one after delivery. The author, Marianne Ryan PT, OCS, is a leading women’s health physical therapist with 30 years experience. She helps bridge the gap between medical care and fitness needs of new moms. She knows what is safe and effective for postpartum fitness so you don’t have to guess anymore!
Message From The Author:
“If you are pregnant, or a first-time or veteran mom age 18 to 40+, you won’t find a more comprehensive source of evidence-based, self-care advice and fitness instruction anywhere! Postpartum moms, Baby Bod will help you flatten your bellies and recover strength and tone in every muscle, tissue, and organ that was stretched, compressed, or strained during pregnancy. It will tone your butt, back and thighs, and recondition the pelvic floor muscles that support the vaginal walls, making sex yummy again. If you want to rock your pregnancy and beyond, make Baby Bod your new BFF!!!”
As a mother of two, Marianne is passionate about helping women prepare for childbirth and helping them restore their bodies afterwards. I have to say it is so exciting and empowering to have Marianne’s message that we can restore our bodies. This DIY step-by-step postpartum wellness program can be started during pregnancy, one day after delivery or even years after becoming a mother.
Where To Get The Baby Bod Book:
Baby Body is available at your local book store or on amazon.com in kindle version or in paperback.
You may also want to follow Baby Bod on Twitter and Facebook for useful postpartum wellness tips!
Have you read Baby Bod yet? Are you as excited as I am about a book that addresses postpartum fitness and postpartum wellness?
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Ashley C says
I love that this book covers real topics that moms (new and old) are dealing with. I also love that there are articles on the site. I’m already reading!
kathy dalton says
i like that it works all the body problem areas
My wife read it. She really liked it and she commended writing style. Thank you for your insights!