Did you hear? A reporter at NPR has stumbled upon the fix to your mummy tummy. This reporter, Michaeleen Doucleff, interviewed a personal trainer and doctor duo dedicated to teaching mothers of the world a brand new, quick, and simple exercise guaranteed to close any diastasis recti. Even though this exercise has flown under the … Continue reading 100 Percent Success Rate of New Exercise to Close Diastasis Recti
Crunches are forboden, so sayeth the diastasis recti gods. Thou shalt not move out of neutral. Thou shalt not flex your spine whilst lying on the floor. Why? Because pressure, pelvic floor, bigger gap, or something. The rationales vary. Indeed, I was once firmly anti-crunch. I talked about how postpartum women don’t know how to … Continue reading In Defense of the Crunch for Diastasis Recti
I wanted to write this post from the perspective of a neutral observer. I planned to look at the pros and cons of tummy tucks, the satisfaction rates, and the relationship between plastic surgery and body image. But, then I thought, “Bollocks. I’m not a neutral observer, and I can’t speak for everyone, just myself” … Continue reading Why I Restarted My Tummy Tuck Fund
Can diastasis recti cause pelvic floor disorder, or is diastasis recti simply associated with pelvic floor disorder, or neither? These are the questions that have consumed me the last few days. Why? Beats me. It’s like an uncatchy song stuck in my head. Nevertheless, the questions are important. If diastasis recti (DRA) can CAUSE pelvic … Continue reading Does Diastasis Recti Cause Pelvic Floor Disorder?