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    Quote Originally Posted by Bec2686 View Post
    Is there any way to get rid of overhang? Like do sit ups and ab exercises work? I have major overhang after only one bubba (he was over 9 pounds if that makes any difference lol)
    Apparently planks are good for tightening the skin around the stomach. My old PT had 5 kids and was in her 40's, with the flattest stomach ever, and she swore by them!

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    As for boobs... Mine are a DD-E cup. I HATE them. BUT, they can look ok in the right bra... But its near impossible to find one. I hope they shrink as I continue to.

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    Bennos mummy, your body is amazing! I'm using your stomach as my inspiration once bub is born

    As or getting rid of overhand, reps of planks, side planks, burpees, bicycle crunches, chair leg raises, lunge rotations... pretty much anything that really gets you using your core muscles. It wont happen overnight but it will definietly help flatten your stomach.

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    I'd be brave enough to post if I wasn't the only one lol! Buuut I think it probably breaches forum rules. Dammit!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milktini View Post
    Bennos mummy, your body is amazing! I'm using your stomach as my inspiration once bub is born

    As or getting rid of overhand, reps of planks, side planks, burpees, bicycle crunches, chair leg raises, lunge rotations... pretty much anything that really gets you using your core muscles. It wont happen overnight but it will definietly help flatten your stomach.
    Thanku!!

    A workout that I've found that works my whole body is boxing. I attend a class once a week and while doing combos I feel my arms, tummy, back and legs being worked, then they real it up with burpees, squats, plank holds, crunches etc..... Highly recommend it!!

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    Thanks for the advice. DS is 5 months now and I think it's time to get started! I had a gym membership, but found it too hard to keep up with as I couldn't leave bubs. I cancelled it so now it's up to me to kick start the weight loss. I'm looking at possibly trying to drop 15kg by the end of the year. Do you think that's possible?

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    Definietly possible Bec. I lost 17kg in 5 months(went from 93kg to 75kg) by healthy clean eating and daily exercise i used a gym, but you could do most of what I did at home). If you have an iphone I recommend downloading the couch 2 5k program, once I started running the weight seemed to just drop off. Also look up home exercise routines, maybe get a couple of yoga or zumba dvds to mix it up. Best thing for weightloss is getting your heartrate up, so interval training, running etc. One thing I found that really helped me was starting my day with a big glass of slightly warm water with freshly squeezed lemon, it really gave my metabolism the kickstart it need. Goodluck

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    Any exercise suggestions for someone who can barely walk, definately not run?
    a brief slow walk makes me have a bad asthma attack.

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    Thanks for the advice. DS is 5 months now and I think it's time to get started! I had a gym membership, but found it too hard to keep up with as I couldn't leave bubs. I cancelled it so now it's up to me to kick start the weight loss. I'm looking at possibly trying to drop 15kg by the end of the year. Do you think that's possible?


 

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